Landscapes Inspired by Old Masters

Discover how Zhou Kai and Wu Hong used works by past Chinese masters as catalysts for their personal creativity. Inscriptions on seven album leaves and a hanging scroll reveal that the artists were seeking, as Wu writes, to capture the “beauty and spirit” of works made as early as the 900s.

Organized by the Norton Museum of Art. This exhibition was made possible by the generosity of John and Heidi Niblack.