Li Yutian (李玉田)
|Died||16 June 1952(aged 82)|
|Education||William Merritt Chase|
John Singer Sargent
|Known for||Oil Painting, Sculpture, Calligraphy|
|Unfinished Portrait of an Old Man|
The Revoluntary Cai Tingrui
Fish and Aubergine
Li Tiefu (October 1869 – 16 June 1952) was a Chinese painter, sculptor, calligrapher and revolutionary, known for introducing western oil painting to China and for assisting Sun Yat-sen in funding the Xinhai revolution and overthrowing the Qing Dynasty. During his time in New York, he was a member of the National Academy of Design (now known as the National Academy Museum and School). Li Tiefu was hailed as one of the most important Cantonese artists of the 20th century at the Guangdong Art Centennial Exhibition.
- "傳承藝術中心". www.ccartsc.com. Retrieved 2017-07-04.
- "Guangdong Art Centennial Exhibition gets underway". www.eguangzhou.gov.cn. Retrieved 2018-06-17.
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