As a prestigious world-known painter in the field of the 20th century modern painting, Chinese artist Wu Guanzhong constantly explores the abstract and the concrete, the two distinct aesthetics schools in the east and the west. Ingeniously, Wu blends the two divergent artistic concepts together. The painting 《Wild Chrysanthemum》reveals a trace of post-Impressionism. While he chooses colors to present abstract images, Wu keeps the proportion of the painting realistic, displaying his mastery of blending the east and west planting skills. Making use of partial framing in his composition, Wu made the chrysanthemum, along with the green leaves, deliver a lush and abundant spring. The bright yellow dots scattered in the green backdrop make the painting more full and solid, brimming a delightful atmosphere.