Do you like romantic but wild landscapes, gorgeous sunrises over Mongolian grassland, wild horses, rain clouds, sunsets or rainbows - designed and painted in beautiful colors and in figurative style? Then the Mongolian artist Jie Rentai might become one of your favorite artists. Jie Rentai is a leading artist from Inner Mongolia with deep roots in the history and customs of his people. Jie Rentai has exhibited widely in China and in Japan.
First Publication: September 2007
Latest Update: February 2014
Mr. Jie Rentai is of Mongolian descent. He was born in 1947 in Inner Mongolia. The artist works as a senior teacher of fine arts at Jarud Banner Mongolian High School. In 1997 Jie Rentai began advanced studies at the Department of Fine Arts of Inner Mongolian University.
The artist uses the reduction woodblock technique. Jie Rentai is especially good in the depiction of the Mongolian grassland scenery. Gorgeous compositions - often from bird view - and daring colors create images of a celestial atmosphere. His editions are very small with rarely more than 30 copies.
Jie Rentai has created more than one hundred prints since the 1970s. These art works have regularly participated in a series of renowned exhibitions such as:
From these exhibitions, Jie Rentai received several awards over the years.
Several of his art works were sent to Japan to be shown at art exhibitions. Newspapers and magazines of Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region and other provinces have reported about Jie Rentai frequently.
Author: Dieter Wanczura
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