Mei-Hui Lee

Mei-Hui Lee

Mei-Hui Lee was born in north Taipei in 1943. After graduating from Taiwan Junior College of Arts, she worked as a graphic designer for major Taiwanese companies. She then taught art and concentrated on her own painting. Her artistic career took off with her first solo exhibition in Taipei in 1980, followed by many regular annual exhibitions since.

She now lives in Sincheng, Hualien County, in the mountainous east coast of Taiwan. Mei-Hui Lee specializes in oil painting, and is particularly inspired by the landscapes of the Song and Yuan dynasties. Therefore, she makes her ink and wash paintings with oil painting pigments. This new style differs from traditional ink and wash. In her countryside home, her themes reflect her mountainous and forest surroundings. Her emotion connection with nature is evident in her artwork.

Lee Mei Hui is one of the most famous female artists in Taiwan. She is already well known by many Asian collectors. Since 2013 her work has been collected by the Taiwanese government and is recognized as part of Hualien’s cultural heritage as Taroko’s official painter.

Verbena Hybrida
Verbena Hybrida
Mei-Hui Lee
2012
pastel, charcoal and oil on canvas (390 x 218 cm)
The Orchid
The Orchid
Mei-Hui Lee
2017
pastel and oil on canvas (270 x 150 cm)
Taroko Juilu
Taroko Juilu
Mei-Hui Lee
2016
pastel, charcoal and oil on canvas (140 x 100 cm)
South Cross Mountain Ridge
South Cross Mountain Ridge
Mei-Hui Lee
2007
pastel and oil on canvas (140 x 500 cm)
South Cross Highway Cypress Valley
South Cross Highway Cypress Valley
Mei-Hui Lee
2007
pastel, charcoal and oil on canvas
South Cross Highway Chuangtzekuan
South Cross Highway Chuangtzekuan
Mei-Hui Lee
2007
pastel, charcoal and oil on canvas
Snowing Jade Mountain
Snowing Jade Mountain
Mei-Hui Lee
2011
pastel, charcoal and oil on canvas
Seashore Mountain Range
Seashore Mountain Range
Mei-Hui Lee
2012
pastel, charcoal and oil on canvas
Jotting of Sakashita 2 Chinshui Cliff
Jotting of Sakashita 2 Chinshui Cliff
Mei-Hui Lee
2013
pastel, charcoal and oil on canvas (190 x 130 cm)
Jotting of Sakashita 1 Chinshui Cliff
Jotting of Sakashita 1 Chinshui Cliff
Mei-Hui Lee
2013
pastel, charcoal and oil on canvas (190 x 130 cm)
Plum Blossom
Plum Blossom
Mei-Hui Lee
2009
oil on canvas
Night View Of Plum Blossom
Night View Of Plum Blossom
Mei-Hui Lee
2008
pastel and oil on canvas
Jingang Mountain 2
Jingang Mountain 2
Mei-Hui Lee
2014
pastel, charcoal and oil on canvas (140 x 350 cm)
Chinshui Cliff 5
Chinshui Cliff 5
Mei-Hui Lee
2011
pastel and oil on canvas (27 x 35 cm)
Chinshui Cliff 3
Chinshui Cliff 3
Mei-Hui Lee
2011
pastel, charcoal and oil on canvas (24 x 33 cm)
Chingshui Rocks
Chingshui Rocks
Mei-Hui Lee
2014
pastel and oil on canvas
Chingshui Rocks
Chingshui Rocks
Mei-Hui Lee
2014
pastel and oil on canvas
Chingshui Cliff 3
Chingshui Cliff 3
Mei-Hui Lee
2014
pastel, charcoal and oil on canvas
Chilai North Peak
Chilai North Peak
Mei-Hui Lee
2015
pastel and oil on canvas (140 x 260 cm)
Lioufang Bridge No. 1
Lioufang Bridge No. 1
Mei-Hui Lee
2015
pastel, charcoal, and oil on canvas (280 x 220 cm)
Shrkeng Mountain No. 2
Shrkeng Mountain No. 2
Mei-Hui Lee
2014
pastel, charcoal and oil on canvas
Shrkeng Mountain No. 1
Shrkeng Mountain No. 1
Mei-Hui Lee
2014
pastel, charcoal and oil on canvas
Old Juilu Trail
Old Juilu Trail
Mei-Hui Lee
2016
charcoal and oil on canvas (260 x 140 cm)
Baisha Bridge No. 2
Baisha Bridge No. 2
Mei-Hui Lee
2015
pastel, charcoal and oil on canvas (260 x 140 cm)
Chingshui Cliff No. 3
Chingshui Cliff No. 3
Mei-Hui Lee
2014
pastel, charcoal, and oil on canvas (200 x 275 cm)