Fu Xiaoshi, Xinyu, Jiangxi, the eldest son of Mr. Bao Shi, a master of Chinese painting, graduated from the Department of Printmaking Department of the Central Academy of Fine Arts in 1958. He is also the first-level artist of the Chairman of the Nanjing Disabled Persons Association, a professional painter in Jiangsu Provincial Art Museum, a member of the Chinese American Association, and the world of the United States. Ceremony of Celebrity Research Institute specially invited consultants and other positions. Fu Xiaoshi has been influenced by his father since he was a child, obsessed with painting, and courageous to explore new and seeking new. He created his unique painting style without bone figure painting. He is also good at bringing out the effect of oil painting with Chinese painting.
Fu Xiaoshi’s work is vivid and vivid, hearty, just like his bumpy life. Fu Xiaoshi was mistakenly classified as a rightist, and during the Cultural Revolution, he was imprisoned for ten years because of protecting his father’s paintings, which led to a broken left leg. He spent seven years in prison and wrote more than 40,000 words of “”New Detective”” manuscripts, and continued to create sketches. In 1979, he suffered from stroke due to excessive excitement. He had hemiplegia in his right half, and his limbs were not disabled. In 1980, Fu Xiaoshi switched to painting with his left hand with strong perseverance, and then held more than 30 paintings in Nanjing, Yangzhou, Nantong, Suzhou, Beijing, and Singapore, the United States, Japan, Australia, and other major cities at home and abroad. “”Pipa””, “”Spring River Flower Moon Night””, “”Dunhuang murals””, “”Magnolia’s Army””, “”Light Song Man Dance””, etc., are also collected by art galleries, museums, galleries and other places in various places. In addition, dozens of books such as “”British Cambridge World Celebrity Dictionary””, “”Chinese Contemporary National Dictionary””, “”World Chinese Famous New Year’s Eve”” and “”World Celebrity Records”” have also included his works and profiles.