Huang Ti: painter, also known as huanglixin, written name: Jing Zhi, born in 1933, and taught by Wang Peizhi, Tian zero and Zhang Laohuai in Tianjin. In the middle age, he was instructed by GuanShanYue, Qibaishi disciple Li kuchan and famous edition painter Zhang Lu. Now I am specialized in freehand painting of flowers and birds, and I am good at drawing plum blossom. In the early years, he created the wheat straw painting "the deer chasing picture" as a national ceremony and gave it to Princess monilie (now the queen Prince) to Mrs. Sihanouk in 1965. Wang Guangmei points out that Huang Ti designed it. In the same year, a large-scale wheat straw painting squirrel was designed for Heilongjiang Hall of the Great Hall of the people. The works won gold medal in the 2000 Chinese art creation seminar, collection and auction site meeting (plum blossom). In 2004, the national plum orchid and bamboo chrysanthemum Chinese Painting Exhibition (plum blossom) won the silver medal. In 2008, the collection of fine works of Chinese Red artists' poetry, calligraphy and painting photography commemorates the 114th anniversary of Mao Zedong's birth (plum blossom) and won the silver medal. In 2009, Heilongjiang library collected freehand paintings (plum blossom). In 2010, Heilongjiang library collected freehand paintings (eight immortals). In 2011, the world famous calligrapher works exchange exhibition won the silver medal. In 2013, Xiangjiang won the silver medal at the 9th China calligraphy and painting (strip painting) exchange exhibition. February 26, 2014, published in China book and painting newspaper.
Plum branches grow freely in nature. The young branches hold their heads high and the old branches stretch out in all directions. They are round and vigorous. They are not only pleasing to the eye, but also full of strength. Therefore, they are called "iron bones".
The composition is simple and clear, the ink is thick and light, and the painted branches and stems are rusty and full of vitality. It is a rare masterpiece of plum blossom. With the contrast of antique rice paper, the whole work becomes antique. Viewing this painting, there is not only the literati ink rhyme of plum blossom, but also the beauty of Chinese classics. In order to highlight the elegant charm of the painting, the painter used pink plum with softer color. It has to be said that the combination of pink plum and classical temperament is really bright and amazing!