Pan Yuliang (1895 - 1977), a famous Chinese painter and sculptor. In 1921, he went to France to study. He entered Lyon University of China and France, National College of Fine Arts, Xu Beihong and the National Academy of Fine Arts in Paris in 1923. Pan Yuliang's works were displayed at the Rome Art Exhibition and won the Italian Government Art Prize. In 1929, when Pan Yuliang returned to China, he was the chairman of Shanghai Academy of Fine Arts and Shanghai Art Atlantic Painting Department, and later a professor of Art Department of Central University. In 1937, he lived in Paris and was the president of Paris Chinese Art Association. He participated in many exhibitions in France, Britain, Germany, Japan and Switzerland. He once sculpted the head of Zhang Daqian and the image of Wang Jiyuan. Ms. Pan was the first person to be admitted to the Royal Academy of Painting in Rome, Italy.