Zhang Zhimin, No. Zhang Dashi, male, born in February 1956 in Yangxin County, Shandong Province, is good at Chinese painting. He graduated from Shandong Art College in 1983 and stayed in the same year to teach. In 1985, he graduated from the Senior Graduate School of Landscape Painting of China Academy of Fine Arts (Zhejiang Mei). He is currently the president, professor and master's supervisor of Shandong Academy of Art, director of China Artists Association, vice-chairman of Shandong Wenlian Association, chairman of Shandong Artists Association, founding director of Chinese Painting Society, researcher of China National Painting Academy, supervisor of Zhang Zhimin studio of China National Painting Academy, and vice-academy of Chinese Academy of Chinese Academy of Fine Arts, Ministry of Culture. Director, Vice President of the Great Wall Academy of Calligraphy and Painting, Art Consultant of Shandong Academy of Painting, and Special Artist of Tangfeng Art Museum in Beijing. Excellent Teachers in China, Famous Teachers of Higher Education in Shandong Province, Doctoral Tutor of Griffith University in Australia, Member of Teaching Steering Committee and Art Sub-Committee of Art Major in Higher Education of Ministry of Education, and Member of Art and Art Design Sub-Committee of Graduate Education Steering Committee of National Art Major. Huaxia Art Network has set up a column on calligraphy and painting for it.
Born in Yangxin, Shandong Province in February 1956.
In 1983, he graduated from the Department of Fine Arts of Shandong Academy of Art with a bachelor's degree and remained in school to teach.
In 1985, he graduated from Senior Graduate School of Chinese Landscape Painting, China Academy of Fine Arts.
In 1986, a personal painting and calligraphy exhibition was held in Jinan.
In 1993, "Lu Yaoyao" was selected as "the first national Chinese painting exhibition"; and "Sunset Picture" won the "National Chinese Landscape Painting Exhibition" excellent award.
In 1994, Zhang Dashi Painting Collection, a collection of contemporary Chinese artists, was edited and published by China Painting Newspaper. The work "General Out of Mountain" was selected as the eighth National Art Exhibition.
In 1995, the work Railway Guerrillas (Cooperation) was selected as the silver medal of the National Art Exhibition to commemorate the Victory Anniversary of the War of Resistance Against Japan and the World Anti-Fascist War, and was awarded the first prize in Shandong Province by Shandong Fine Arts Publishing House.
In 1998, Qiu Qian's Wordless Works was selected as "Chinese Landscape Painting - Oil Painting Landscape Competition in 1998 International Year of Fine Arts". Zhang Zhimin, an excellent collection of Chinese Painting, was edited and published by Shandong Fine Arts Publishing House. In 1999, Shandong Fine Arts Publishing House edited and published The Study of Landscape Sketches.
In 2000, the "Qifeng Shandong Landscape Painting Six People Exhibition" was organized by the Chinese Art Museum. Landscape Painting was awarded the Gold Prize of the "55th Anniversary of the United Nations World Peace Art Exhibition" and the "World Educator" Award by UNESCO. In 2001, the work "General Out of Mountain" won the award of "National Art Exhibition on the 80th Anniversary of the Founding of the Communist Party of China" and the Shandong Special Prize; edited and published by Shandong Fine Arts Publishing House "Research on Chinese Landscape Composition"; edited and published by Hubei Fine Arts Publishing House "Landscape Painting Techniques", "Congpu-Zhang Zhimin Landscape Essays" by famous Chinese painters. He participated in the "Nine People's Exhibition of Chinese Paintings 2001-2001" held in the Chinese Art Museum and published the Collection of Zhang Zhimin's Paintings.
In 2002, his work "Wind and Rain Confucius Mansion" participated in the large-scale exhibition of "World Cultural Heritage in China", two of which were collected by the National Museum of China; Qiu Qi Wu Yan Painting Collection, published and distributed by China Art Court Publishing House; Qiu Qi Wu Yan Painting Collection, published and distributed by Shandong Art Publishing House.
In 2003, his works "Day by Day", "Water Control", "Northern Painting of Nanshan" and "Writing a Strange Section in the Chest" participated in the "Oriental Rhyme" large-scale painting exhibition.
In 2004, "Nominated Exhibition of Contemporary Chinese Ink and Wash Charm", sponsored by China University of Science and Technology. A special lecture on "Learning and Creation of Chinese Landscape Paintings" was held, and the artist was recommended by Wenxuan Gallery of "Twenty Chinese Paintings by Zhang Zhimin" published by Beijing Fine Arts Photography Publishing House.