Pan Yuliang is a Chinese woman, born in China (birth place not verified) on May 22, 1899 and deceased in Paris, France on July 22, 1977. She was born into a poor family and orphaned at an early age. She was married to Pan Zanhua, a revolutionary who later became a government official of the new Republic after the fall of the Qing Dynasty.
Pan Yuliang studied in 1918-1921 at the Shanghai Art Academy with Hong Ye and Wang Jiyuan.
In 1921 she was accepted into a program of the Republic of China to send students abroad to help modernize China in all fields of study. She matriculated at the Academy Franco-Chinoise in Lyons, France and then in 1922 or 1923 went to Paris to study at Le Grand Chaumiere in the stud
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