Botany painter's exhibition opens in Shanghai

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Botany painter's exhibition opens in Shanghai
Zeng’s painting on a bird. [Photo by Gao Erqiang/]

An exhibition featuring 36 paintings themed on the wealth of nature and the cycle of botanical life by Chinese botany painter Zeng Xiaolian is taking place at the Shanghai Center of Photography.

The exhibition, which will last till May 22, is titled “Imaging Nature Before and After Photography”.

The 83-year-old artist has worked for over 40 years at the Kunming Institute of Botany in Southwest China’s Yunnan province, which falls under the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

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Botany painter's exhibition opens in Shanghai

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