- Chinese Painting
- History of Chinese Art
Professor Liu She, graduated from Nanjing University of the Arts in 1987 with a B. A. in Chinese painting, is the president of the school of fine art of Nanjing Normal University, Jiangsu province. As a renowned contemporary painter in China, For his prestige and achievements, professor Liu She was invited to participate and lead various official and unofficial society of art and education. He is the member of the State Council Academic Degrees Committee of China, the member of the College Education Supervisory Committee of Ministry of Education of China, the member of Chinese National MFA Education Supervisory Committee, the vice president of Art Education Committee of China Artists Association, the vice chairman of Jiangsu Artists Association, the member of Jiangsu CPPC, the member of Jiangsu Association of Literature and Art, and the vice chairman of Jiangsu Chinese. Painting Society.professor Liu She has won several prizes and participated in various national and international exhibitions of Chinese art including the 7th, 9th and 11th National Art Exhibition of China and the Great Exhibition of China Contemporary Hue Art, the Chinese Art Biennale (in Canada), the Exhibition of Chinese Art (in U.S.A.) and the First Chinses Landscape Painting Exhibition etc.. In 1993, Liu She presented a solo invitational exhibition in Hong Kong. His works have been collected by many international art galleries, museums and private collections, and over hundreds works have been published in international art magazines and albums, such as Collected Edition of Chinese Hue Art, Complete Works of Chinese Contemporary Renowned Artists, Great Works of Chinese Artists in 21th Century. Professor Liu She published broadly on the subject of Chinese art in refereed journals and edited volumes, he is the author of Works of Liu She, Great Masters of Art in Modern China, Illustrated Book of Teaching Chinese Painting, Sketch of Chinese Landscape, Portfolio of Chinese Contemporary Artists---Liu She etc.. In 2003 and 2010 respectively, Liu She was invited by the Chinese National Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications to design and paint two series stamps named Chongyang Festival (three stamps) and Qingming Festival (three stamps) to distribute in China.