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The Li Mei-shu Memorial Gallery

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The Li Mei-shu Memorial Gallery

About the Gallery

The gallery was set up in 1990 under the name, the Liu Qinggang and Li Mei-shu Memorial Gallery. In April 1995 the gallery moved to the present site at No. 10 Lane 43 Zhonghua Road, Sanxia District, New Taipei City and was renamed the Li Mei-shu Memorial Gallery.


The Gallery was set up to commemorate the life of painter Li Mei-shu (1902–1983), a native born and bred of Sanxia (formerly Sanjiaoyong) who devoted his life to artistic creation and art movements. During his career he both persevered in the realism he had learnt at Tokyo School of Fine Arts (now the Tokyo University of the Arts) and embraced the native aesthetics of Taiwan, earning the title the “Great Wall” of the fine arts movement in Taiwan.


In 1947, Li Mei-shu began to plough all his energy into the rebuilding of Sanxia’s Zushi Temple. By striving to create artworks which would unite folk art and the artistic techniques of the academy, Li helped turn the temple into an “Eastern Palace of the Arts”. From 1935 to 1958, Li’s solicitude for public welfare led him to serve his hometown as local councillor. Later on he would teach at what is today the National Taiwan University of Arts, Chinese Culture University and National Taiwan Normal University. In his 81 brilliant years, Li laid down a splendid page in the history of Taiwanese fine arts, with a long career as an artist, an educator, a politician and a temple builder.


As well as exhibiting artworks from various periods in Li’s career, the gallery’s display room also presents letters, documents, drawing instruments and sketches from throughout his life. We hope that visitors will not only get an insight into Li’s thoughts and intentions as he created his art, but also will come to a better understanding of how Li’s career is also the story of the localization of Taiwanese fine arts. In 2005, the Li Mei-shu Memorial Gallery was designated a local cultural museum for Sanxia by the Ministry of Culture.

Opening times:

Daily, 10am–5pm

Ticket prices:

NT$100

Address:

No. 10, Lane 43 Zhonghua Road, Sanxia District, New Taipei City


Directions

By metro

Bannan Line to Xinbu. From exit 2, take the 910 bus direct to the museum (alighting at the Anxi Elementary School stop). From exit 1, take the 702, 703 or Blue 19 to the Sanxia stop.


By bus

Take a Taipei Bus Company bus (Taipei–Sanxia or Taipei–Daxi), or a number 702, 703, 705, 706 (get off at the Sanxia stop) or 812 (get off at the Sanxia Anxi Junior High School stop). For bus 910, consult timetable.


By train

Alight from the train at Yingge Station and take a Taoyuan bus to Sanxia.


By car

Take the National Highway No. 3 and leave at the Sanxia Interchange. Follow signs to the Changfu Car Park, where you can leave your vehicle.

參觀資訊
Name: The Li Mei-shu Memorial Gallery
Hours: The beginning of the Lunar New Year holidays a year
Admission: NT$100
Tel: 02-2673-2333
Add: No. 10, Lane 43 Zhonghua Road, Sanxia District, New Taipei City
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