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No longer a ‘street’. Located on the first floor of a building undergoing refurbishment (Sept 2018). At the point of my visit there was construction scaffolding up and it was even cordoned off but inside it was business as usual. A lot of shops with...More
We went there as our friends wanted to pick up something that will remind them of China. We ended up picking 2 ourselves - it's a good place if you want to get a replica made or just pick something for your home.
As the name says, "Painter's Street" (written in English at the entrance of the street which is fully pedestrian), is solely composed of painting shops. In most of them you will see the painter producing live in the shop or in the street. You will...More
Read about this in Time Out Shanghai and decided to give it a look.
Located on a small street off Wending Lu opposite a hotel it was an interesting morning. A range of styles and sizes, framed and unframed gave us a bit to look...More
True, this painters street is smaller and more expensive than others you might find in China. I won't add to the (largely accurate) comments of others. Bigger picture, this area is evolving into the hub of overall home decoration within Shanghai. I revisited the street...More
I have been a few times to the painter village in Shenzhen,... So this street is mini and expensive compared to that one. I find the paintings that they have ready are often just OK. However we have got several paintings made there and those...More
My friend, who has lived in Shanghai for a year, had heard of Painters Street from others, but had never managed to get there. So during my recent visit we made of point of checking it out. The lane is not that long, but we...More
I'm in Shanghai on business often and I always try to squeeze in a trip to Painters Street. I've purchased several works of art here both in oils and watercolor. Many of the artists have their own pieces along with the copies of famous works....More
West of Shanghai’s better-known business, cultural and entertainment centers, lies an expansive area of residential neighborhoods peppered with lifestyle pockets that have their own unique attractions. The schools have formed pockets of international communities throughout Gubei, Hongqiao and Minhang. Quite a few entertainment and shopping centers have built up over the years to cater to these communities.
While living here means you are relatively far away from Shanghai’s usual hot spots, the large parks, spacious homes and proximity to great Japanese and Korean food keep the neighborhoods popular.
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Christy, the lady who did some really quirky stuff, including portraits, is Ada, at 212 Wending Road, shop D1.3 & E7. I don't have the details for the store which sold my friend's husband the Shanghai skyline painting, but... More
Christy, the lady who did some really quirky stuff, including portraits, is Ada, at 212 Wending Road, shop D1.3 & E7. I don't have the details for the store which sold my friend's husband the Shanghai skyline painting, but we found them on one of the upper levels of the adjoining building, which I think multiple stores have access to.