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Chu Teh Chun

  • Title:
    Accords Fondamentaux
    Year:
    1991
    Size:
    162x130cm
    Medium:
    Oil on Canvas
     
  • Title:
    Touches of Orangees
    Year:
    2004-05
    Size:
    162x130cm
    Medium:
    Oil on Canvas
     
  • Title:
    Untitled
    Year:
    1975
    Size:
    92x65cm
    Medium:
    Oil on Canvas
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  • Title:
    Untitled
    Year:
    2004
    Size:
    65x91cm
    Medium:
    Oil on Canvas
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  • Title:
    Untitled
    Year:
    2005
    Size:
    162x260x cm Diptych
    Medium:
    Oil on Canvas
     

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Chu Teh Chun

(b.1920,China)

Now lives in France

 

Education

1999   He was formally inducted into l’Institute de France, Academie des Beaux-Arts

1997   In recognition of his contribution to painting, Chu was elected to membership in the Institute de France,Academie des Beaux Arts.

1983   Chu acted as an external examiner for the Fine Arts Department of the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

1955   Left for France. After a month’s voyage, he arrived in Paris, attended drawing classes where he met the artist Pan Yuliang.

1951   Chu taught at the National Taiwan Normal University in the Fine Arts Department.

1950   He was appointed professor in the Department of Architecture at the Taipei School of Industry.

1949   Chu left Nanjing for Taipei.

1935   Chu entered the National College of Arts in Hangzhou, directed by Lin Fengmian.

 

Solo Exhibition

1987   A major retrospective was organized at the National Museum of History in Taipei.

1982   The Andre Malraux Museum in Le Havre organized a major retrospective of Chu’s

works executed after 1955.

1958   Chu had his first solo exhibition in Paris

 

Selected Group Exhibition

1956   Chu viewed paintings of Nicholas de Stael at the National Museum of Modern Art in Paris

1969   He was invited to the Tenth Biennale in Sao Paulo, Brazil

 

Selected Publication

1993   In March, the Cercle d’Art published a large volume edited by Pierre Cabanne

devoted to the works of Chu.

1992   Chu did a lithograph for the Olympic Games Centenary.

1979   Hubert Juin, a French writer, poet, art critic as well as a critic for the 19th Century

French Literature, published book on the art of Chu in the Pocket Museum series.