(China 1915– )
96.0 x 44.7cm image; 186.0 x 59.6 x 68.5cm scroll [height x width x rod]
'Born in 1915 in Laiyang County, Shangdong Province, Cui began studying painting at the age of twelve, copying the styles of the great 17th century individualist painter Zhu Da and the later masters Wu Changshuo and Qi Baishi. The influence of these artists is evident in Cui’s dramatic and expressive brushwork. More recently his style has been characterised by an increasing individuality in the economic use of powerful brushworks and rich colours. For many years Cui was Vice-Director of the Beijing Studio of Chinese Painting and he was advisor to the Beijing Society for the Study of Bird and Flower Painting. Cui’s biography includes being placed first for outstanding artwork in Beijing in 1981, and holding various one-man shows in China. In 1981 he participated in an exhibition from the Beijing Painting Academy held in Canada and an exhibition of Contemporary Chinese Painting organised by the Chinese Cultural Foundation of San Francisco in 1984, which toured America.'
'Contemporary Chinese Painting', AGNSW, 1985, pg.5.
'Flowers' by Jacqueline Menzies, not paginated., The 4 seasons 1989, 1989, (colour illus.) not paginated [chart].
Jackie Menzies (Australia) (Author), Contemporary Chinese Painting, 1985, 14 (illus.). Cat.no.2
Contemporary Chinese Painting, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 04 May 1985–30 Jun 1985.
The four seasons, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Jun 1989–Jul 1990.
Art of the brush, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 23 Sep 1995–12 Nov 1995.
Brushstrokes from Asia (1997), The Brett Whiteley Studio, 25 Jan 1997–20 Apr 1997.