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In July 2007 we received from our Chinese agent a number of inexpensive but stunning art prints created by young talented artists who recently graduated from a Chinese art academy. One of these emerging young "baby boomer" artists is Sun Xiuming.
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Sun Xiuming was born in 1987 in Rizhao city of Shandong province. He graduated from Printmaking Department of Fine Art Academy, Hunan Science and Technology University in 2007.
Sun Xiuming shows a scene that can still be seen on the famous Yellow River. Because of the fast flowing currents full of twists and turns, these boat trackers are still used. With the fast replacement by modern transportation a scene like this will soon disappear.
With 20.7 inches = 52.5 cm by 27.0 inches = 68.5 cm this print is rather large. It was created in woodblock technique in an edition size of only 7 impressions.
A Tibetan woman with her son, standing in front of a beautiful highland landscape. This print is rather large with an image size of roughly 23.6 inches = 60.0 cm by 30.1 inches = 76.5 cm. The light blue and white solor shades give this woodblock print a noble appearance. The edition size is only 7 copies.
Author: Dieter Wanczura
(July 2007, updated August 2009)
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Works by emerging Chinese artists in BUYDIRECT.