Lee Shih-chiao

Painting, Visual Artist

1908 – 1995


Who was Lee Shih-chiao?

Lee Shih-chiao was a Taiwanese painter. Lee Shih-chiao was one of important Taiwanese artists early in the Japanese Colonial Period. Most of his paintings were realistic, but he also created some cubist works in his mid-life. He contributed significantly to art in Taiwan, as well as educating and inspiring quite a few followers who later became excellent artist. After Lee Shih-chiao’s death, more than four hundred pieces of his works, including oil paintings, water-colour paintings, sketches, and their related items, have been preserved in the Lee Shih-chiao Museum of Art. They are Taiwan’s important cultural assets and should be carefully preserved for future appreciation and study in the concept of modern arts.

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Jul 13, 1908
Taishan District, New Taipei
  • Tokyo University of the Arts
Lived in
  • Taishan District, New Taipei
Jul 7, 1995

on July 23, 2013


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