Shandong artists honor front-line medics with paintings

(| Updated : 2020-03-26

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Artists in East China's Shandong province have created dozens of paintings depicting the fight against the novel coronavirus pneumonia.

The paintings not only show their strong support for and solidarity with the country in its fight against the epidemic, but also pay homage to medical workers who are playing a vital role in the battle.


A Chinese ink painting titled "Guardian of Love" by Zhang Wang of the Shandong Art Museum [Photo/WeChat account: sdswltwx]


"Messenger of Spring" by Shan Wei of the Shandong Artists Association [Photo/WeChat account: sdswltwx]


"Warm Spring and Blooming Flowers" by Xia Xiaohui of Shandong University of Arts [Photo/WeChat account: sdswltwx]


A painting created by Fang Min from the Shandong Artists Association depicts people in Hubei province expressing their gratitude to the people of Shandong for their help and support in the fight against the epidemic. [Photo/WeChat account: sdswltwx]


A painting by Tu Hailong, a Shandong artist, shows medical professionals fighting on the front lines of the battle against the epidemic. [Photo/WeChat account: sdswltwx]


A painting by Shandong artist Chan Xiaodong portrays a doctor in the fight against the novel coronavirus. [Photo/WeChat account: sdswltwx]


A painting created by Yang Guofang, an artist from Jining, Shandong, depicts family members missing medics fighting on the front lines. [Photo/WeChat account: sdswltwx]


"Warmth of the Sun", created by Zhu Gangming from Weifang, Shandong, depicts medical workers in protective suits treating patients suffering from the coronavirus disease in an intensive care unit. [Photo/WeChat account: sdswltwx]