Ba Da Shanren Memorial Hall locates in Qingyun Pu Garden, Nanchang City in Jiangxi Province, China. It is the first memorial hall built for ancient artist. In fact, it is the former residence of Ba Da Shanren – Zhu Da, who was a master of Chinese Landscape Painting in the early Qing Dynasty and lived as a hermit to concentrate on his artistic creation. Ba Da Shanren Memorial Hall is a memorial museum seting collections, exhibitions, research and advocacy as a whole, with rich collections.
The memorial hall covers an area of 1 hectare, and there are pavilions, pagodas and bridges, hills, waters and plants built in well balance that created a pleasant environment. The name board inscribed by the constructions of the hall once to be the Taoist temples and pavilions, in 1959, Chinese government rebuilt the garden and turned the Taoist buildings into memorial exhibition halls.
The memorial hall has rich collections. Over 80 artistic works are displayed in different exhibition halls. You may also have chance to appreciate outstanding works of other modern artists as the memorial hall will regularly hold art exhibitions to show people the master pieces of Chinese painting.
【Chinese name】: 八大山人纪念馆
【How to get to Ba Da Shanren Memorial Hall using public transportation in Nanchang】: You may take Bus Route 115 at Jinggangshan Avenue, or take Bus Route 20 in downtown Nanchang to reach the Memorial Hall directly.