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"I have lived in the Mongolian steppe for more than ten years (1967-1980). I have been going back to Mongolia for the past few decades and I have been visiting Mongolia for a long time. There are 700 kinds of native pastures and many wild animals such as yellow sheep and swans. There are various cranes and wolves, and the nomads lived there for two"

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 Once Echoing Steppe - Mongulia horse and pictures   The first sketch - horse. webaite: http://163art.com/gallery_en_sketch3_116.htm
 Jiqun Chen's Art Works   oil paintings from Steppe nomadic life and nature
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LANDSCAPE 138

THE HERDSMEN IN THE HOMETOWN OF "WOLF TOTEM"

NUDE WITH A FOX

BLUE CAT

THE HERDSMEN IN THE HOMETOWN OF "WOLF TOTEM"

20TH CENTURY - UJUMCHIN TRIBE

PUTTING HORSES AT "NAILIN" RIVULET

Two horses

Mongolian Herders

UJUMCHIN HERDSMAN IN WINTER PASTURE

HERDER AND HIS HORSE

HORSE IN SNOWFIELD

FINIS

LANDSCAPE IN XILINGAOLE

UJUMCHIN HERDSMAN IN WINTER PASTURE

WHITE HORSE No.5

WHITE HORSE No.5

Nude and Horse

TWO PAINTERS

Nomadic life

Side of the body

Return Heaven

Horses on Erdeng Wula

Grasses to Heaven

MIAO-MIAO



[Page - Jiqun Chen - 2Ko - 2017]


 Once Echoing Steppe - Mongulia horse and pictures
The first sketch - horse. webaite: http://163art.com/gallery_en_sketch3_116.htm
[Page - Jiqun Chen - 3Ko - 2014]


 Jiqun Chen's Art Works
oil paintings from Steppe nomadic life and nature
[Page - Jiqun Chen - 2Ko - 2012]


I have lived in the Mongolian steppe for more than ten years (1967-1980). I have been going back to Mongolia for the past few decades and I have been visiting Mongolia for a long time. There are 700 kinds of native pastures and many wild animals such as yellow sheep and swans. There are various cranes and wolves, and the nomads lived there for two thousand years depending on the nomadic culture. It is the hometown of Genghis Khan and the hometown of the Genghis Khan Code, so the ecological protection is very good.

map:
http://www.cnsteppe.com/map_en_x.htm

photo:
http://www.cnsteppe.com/photo_steppe_Chen.htm

[Biography - Jiqun Chen - 2Ko]


Echoing Steppe Art Show 2019 

Place: THE CULTURAL PALACE OF NATIONALITIES IN BEIJING, CHINA         

 Time: May 26-31,2019

http://jiqunchen.com/2019artshow_chen.htm

[Biography - Jiqun Chen - 2Ko]


Painter devotes artistry to protecting enviroment in Inner Mongolia

By Liu Hui / Chinadaily
http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2017-07/10/content_30060670.htm



The Ujimqin tribe has been living in Dong Ujimqin Banner of Xilin Gol League, North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, practicing their old nomadic ways for ages. However, since the 1970s, the industrialization and urbanization brought great changes to the lifestyles of the herdsmen.

Take the Ulagai River as an example; it originates in the Greater Hinggan Mountains in Northeast China, covering 320km. But by the end of the 1970s, several reservoirs had been built on its upper and mid reaches for fishery and industrial uses, which left the lower reaches subject to repeated droughts and desertification.

In 1967, artist Chen Jiqun relocated to the rolling grassland as an educated youth, also known as zhiqing, who left the urban districts to live and work in rural areas as part of the "Up to the Mountains and Down to the Countryside Movement" during the "cultural revolution" (1966-76).

Chen's artistic career was inspired by his 13-year stint in Dong Ujimqin Banner.

"I feel pained as I witness the Dong Ujimqin prairie degrading day-by-day," Chen said.

"With the deterioration of the ecology of the grassland, the traditional prairie culture is also vanished rapidly."

When asked about the treatment of the grassland, Chen said it is just like the skin. "If it had been destroyed or affected with cancer, it might not be easy to recover."

He added that joint efforts should be made to address the thorny issue faced across the grassland in Inner Mongolia autonomous region.

 

Nowadays, the 71-year-old, renowned for his oil paintings of portraits and landscapes, has devoted himself to preserving Inner Mongolia's environment, local people's rights and nomadic cultural traditions through the sale of his paintings.



Chen's art website:  www.jiqunchen.com

[Biography - Jiqun Chen - 4Ko]


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[Biography - Jiqun Chen - 3Ko]


Chen Jiqun was born in China, 1947.

He attended the Art School Attached to the Central Academy of Fine Arts from 1963 to 1967.
Chen Jiqun moved to Inner Mongolia in 1967, a young man in search of adventure.
The grasslands of Chen Jiqun’s youth live on in his paintings even if they continue to recede in reality. Vast landscapes filled with horses galloping between herds of sheep, goats, and cows grazing on foot-high grass have been replaced with cornfields, fenced-in pastures, mines, and increasingly, deserts. Grassland echo in his paintings.
As a professional artist who is open to commision requests, and taught oil painting.
All work in this gallery is the original artwork of Chen Jiqun. All images in this gallery are protected by China and International Copyright laws (Copyright 2011).
His art website is:
www.163art.com

He advanced studies at the Xu Beihong Art Studio of the Central Academy of Fine Arts from 1985 to 1987. 

Chen Jiqun is a member of Beijing Society of Art. He has held 
successful exhibitions in Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and 
Beijing. As a professional artist who specializes in portraits and 
landscape paintings, his vibrant-style has captured the hearts of many.
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Artist photos

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www.cy.ngo.cn/travel_en.htm


Studio.  Apr 2007
   
      
      
      
[Biography - Jiqun Chen - 4Ko]


Unheard Voices

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The grasslands of Chen Jiqun’s youth live on in his paintings even if they continue to recede in reality. Vast landscapes filled with horses galloping between herds of sheep, goats, and cows grazing on foot-high grass have been replaced with cornfields, fenced-in pastures, mines, and increasingly, deserts.

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Chen moved to Inner Mongolia in 1967, a young man in search of adventure.

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The middle rider on horseback is Chen:

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He stayed until 1980, doing a variety of jobs including living as a semi-nomadic herder for a few years. Returning frequently throughout the 1980s and 1990s to paint and visit friends, Chen witnessed how reform policies, including the uneven implementation of the household responsibility system, affected the grasslands. After the so-called “enclosure policy” began creeping northward through Inner Mongolia in the late 1990s with desertification not far behind, Chen felt compelled to do something. “I kept reading about what was happening on the grasslands, but it was never from the viewpoint of the Mongol herders. Actually, they were always cast as the cause of desertification rather than as the victims,” reflects Chen.

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[Biography - Jiqun Chen - 2Ko]


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Chen Jiqun was born in China, 1947.     Chen's  art site:  www.163art.com 

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He attended the Art School Attached to the Central Academy of Fine Arts from 1963 to 1967 and advanced studies at the Xu Beihong Art Studio of the Central Academy of Fine Arts from 1985 to 1987. He began his artistic creation about grassland scenery in 1967 when he was sent to East Ujumchin Banner, Inner Mongolia as an educated youth and continued-his artistic endeavors throughout his stay on the grassland (1967-1980).
Chen Jiqun is a member of Beijing Society of Art. He has held 
successful exhibitions in Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and 
Beijing. As a professional artist who specializes in portraits and 
landscape paintings, his vibrant-style has captured the hearts of many.
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Soul Back To Nailin Rivulet         Year Created: 1999
Medium: Oil        Size: 47"x47"

Camel Car In The Winter      Year Created:1998
oil on canvas         Size: 63"x51"

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[Biography - Jiqun Chen - 3Ko]



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