Ms. Amy Fei (费丹黎) Donates Book to MNCCS
Ms. Amy Fei (费丹黎) recently donated her book and works to our school. Ms. Fei was raised in Huzhou, Zhejiang Province and born in Beijing. She is a descendant of Qing Dynasty painter Fei Danxu (费丹旭). Ms. Fei has loved Chinese classical literature and art since childhood. She was admitted to the Central Academy of Fine Arts. Ms. Fei graduated from Renmin University of China, majoring in Chinese painting. She studied in the United States in 1991 and now works in Michigan. Ms. Fei's masterpiece "Dawn of the Wind and Crane" is a monograph introducing the works of the famous Qing Dynasty painter Fei Danxu.
Fei Danxu (费丹旭), aka (Hao Xiaolou (号晓楼)), was a famous painter in the Qing Dynasty. He specialized in painting beautiful portraits, with delicate and elegant brushwork, light colors, and beautiful images. He was also a master at painting poetry as an artistic conception; he integrated portrait painting with landscapes to express the inner world of classic characters. His works include: "The Atlas of Twelve Golden Hairpins'', collected in the Palace Museum in Beijing; "The Old Picture of Orchard," collected in the Zhejiang Provincial Museum; "The Picture of Dongxuan Yishe," collected in the Zhejiang Museum; "Fan Yiyi" "Autumn Picture Axis", held in the Shanghai Museum, etc. He is also good at calligraphy and poetry. He is the author of "Still the Manuscripts of Thatched Cottage" and "Unengraved Poems by Fei Xiaolou".
The book will enter the library of our school. Interested students and parents are welcome to borrow.
--- English translation by Nicole Zhong