Greatest American Painters

Guan ZeJu (1941)

Posted by M.R.N. on October 31, 2009

timeless eternal scenesTimeless 1 – Eternal Scenes

Timeless 2Timeless 2

Timeless 3 - Lingering MelodiesTimeless 3 – Lingering Melodies

Timeless 5 - Procession Of The PastTimeless 5 – Procession Of The Past

Timeless 6Timeless 6

16Timeless 7

ZeJuTimeless 8

Timeless 9 - Eternal Sunshine Of The Song DynastyTimeless 9 – Eternal Sunshine Of The Song Dynasty

The Rising Of BeautyThe Rising Of Beauty







Ballet BeautiesBallet Beauties

guan ze-ju

14 Responses to “Guan ZeJu (1941)”

  1. Fabio said

    Davvero belli quelli che mischiano la figura moderna con l’arte tradizionale del fondale.
    Il primo però mi sembra una copia di un dilettante.

  2. marco said

    spettacolari. e poi, che opera d’arte in sé una bella donna, che opera d’arte.

  3. Wojciech Majewski said

    Fabio, you are right. The first painting is not an original. It is a copy from one of the numerous Chinese paint houses in Shenzhen art district. The original is much better!

  4. jmmnewaov2 said

    Guan Zeju is amazing. Thanks for this post.

    I have a blog and I did a post featuring his ballet paintings.
    Have a look at here –>


  5. Guan Zeju is a brilliant painter !!…I would like to see more of his ballet subjects
    they are amazing !!
    Bob Mounzer

  6. Do you know where these paintings can be seen?

  7. moonbulk said

    Can someone tell Guan to join us on Moonbulk ?
    it would be great because is a special art gallery with focus on bottom of people and we seek exceptional artist like Guan !

  8. Wojciech Majewski said

    3rd painting from the bottom is not Guan Zeju. It is another Chinese painter – Lu Jian Jun – who was exhibited at the same time at Weinstein Gallery in San Francisco in 2004.

  9. vincenzo said

    The artist seems to me very good, and in the female nudes, he able to express very well the typical beauty of oriental women, made ​​of elegance and delicacy. However breasts of women represented very pronounced, reminiscent of the use of modern breast surgery.

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