Wu-Yung Hsu (1920～2016) was born in Tainan City, during Japanese occupied Taiwan. Educated and trained in University of Tokyo as a physician in internal medicine, his true passion was in oil painting. While working as a physician, he used any free time he had in pursuit of art. Throughout his artistic career, he blended Western and Eastern styles and techniques in his paintings. He often painted themes and motifs ranging from fantasy, travelogue sceneries, and Taiwanese cultures. He expressed his romantic sentiment toward life’s beauties and yearnings, mixed with skillful Cubism artistry, as his “Romanticism” style of painting.