H. G. Lee: Calligraphy and Paintings

April 1 – April 15, 1979

McPherson Library Gallery

This exhibition features traditional Chinese calligraphy and paintings produced by H.G. Lee. Content of the writings is aimed at praising the fine aspects of human nature, upholding of virtues and morality, and encouraging people to value perseverance and endurance both physically and spiritually. The pieces draw from bamboo, orchids, plums and poetry.