Oil painting exhibition takes you to “traverse” and understand Tibet

On April 29, a Tibetan-style oil painting exhibition was held in Lhasa, Tibet Autonomous Region. The exhibition featured 60 oil paintings painted from 1976 to 1983. The works restore the customs and natural beauty of Tibet at that time and show the unique scenery of the plateau. The works in the exhibition were created by Zhang Ying, a national first-class artist and part-time professor of Xizang Minzu University (the previous Tibet Public School), when he lived in Tibet.