Chen Cheng-po was a prolific artist. The 46 paintings on view here include: Near the Water Source, a watercolor painted when he studied at the National Language School; Tropic of Cancer Post, a plein air painting created when he taught at Shuikutou Public School; the plein air paintings Tokyo School of Fine Arts and Fine Art Museum in Ueno Street, both composed when he studied in Japan; Street Scene on a Summer Day, selected for the 8th Imperial Art Exhibition (Teiten); and, Self Portrait, another important work. During his days in Shanghai, he created West Lake and Stream depicting the scenery of Jiangnan area, as well as the intimate My Family. After returning to Taiwan, Chen continued to create plein air paintings around Taiwan. Important works from this period include Tamsui Landscape and Snow on Mt. Jade.