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Xing Qing Xin


  • Born 1968 in Dali, Shaanxi province, China

  • Graduated from Xi’an Academy of Fine Arts, 1990

Xing Qing Xin grew up in a family of painters. His father was a professor at the Xi’an Academy of arts, and his brother is a famous Chinese ink painter. He too has established a name for himself in oil painting and now enjoys a well-regarded reputation in Xi’an, the capital of Shaanxi province, which is also a great cultural centre in China.

Often executed plein-air with lyrical brushwork and skilful palette knife sculpting, Xing Qing Xin is known for his loving portrayals of the tranquil yet luxuriant nature of Chinese countryside. The sensitive mood and technique in his rendering of landscapes under different seasons also reflects his influence by Western greats like Isaac Levitan and Vincent van Gogh. Regionally acclaimed writer Fan Chao describes Xing’s work as ‘paintings {that} make the tired soul happy.’



2016 Vernal Equinox Joint Exhibition @ Fire in the Easyhome Art Gallery, Shaanxi province, China

2016 Romantic Countryside Oil Paintings by Xing Qing Xin, AC43 Gallery, Singapore

2014 Group exhibition in celebration of Republic of China’s 65th Year of Liberation @ Shaanxi Province Art Museum, China

2010 First solo international exhibition @ artcommune gallery, Singapore

2008 Second solo exhibition @ Shaanxi Province Art Museum, China

2007 Art Shanghai 2007 Exhibition, China

2006 First solo exhibition @ 书院门庆平堂艺术画廊, Shaanxi province, China

Collections & Commissions

  • Art museums and commemorative museums in the United States of America, Japan, Hong Kong etc.

  • Private collections in China and overseas

  • A 345 x 480 cm commission for the government affairs hall in Xi’an Xianyang International Airport Terminal 3