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Paul Gauguin, 1848-1903, was born in Paris as the son of a jounalist and a Peruvian mother. When the family had to leave France for political reasons, Paul's father died during the sea voyage to Peru. And Gauguin was nineteen
years old, when he lost his mother.
Paul Gauguin Biography
This article could be titled soemthing like 'Latest blog from Songzhuang artist village'. It is based on a letter and photos that I have received by an artist and friend of mine who has lived in Songzhuang artist village for several years, and who has greatly helped to make artelino's first Grand Auction of Chinese paintings (Feb 12-19, 2012) possible.
Blog from Songzhuang artist village
Mr. Zhang Liufeng is one of my favorite contemporary Chinese artists. I have several of his paintings in my own personal collection. I like his surreal subjects and I admire his great mastership in painting textures.
Zhang Liufeng - Painter and Printmaker
Fumio Fujita is a major artist of Japanese post-war woodblock printmaking. During more recent years his reputation has suffered in my view by stereotype, repetitive images of white-bark trees. This may have built a wrong image of the artist. In reality his works are quite diverse and full of creativity.
Fumio Fujita - Biography
Hagiwara Hideo is one of the most successful and internationally best established Japanese print artists of the second half of the twentieth century. With his constant search for new themes, his main emphasis on abstraction and his experiments with a mix of different printing techniques, he is typical for the artist generation after world war II.
Biography of Hagiwara Hideo
July 2009: Mr. Zhu Rui has finished four new designs in reduction woodblock technique. Two new landscapes in large format in the style of designs like 'Dongchuan Impressions' and two smaller formats dealing with a different subject and in nearly abstract composition. It looks like Mr. Zhu Rui is testing new grounds.
New Woodblocks by Zhu Rui
Fumio Kitaoka impressively employs versatility and perfection in each technique and stylistic adjustment used in his work. He also skillfully commands the technique of traditional Japanese color woodcuts as well as the western black and white woodcut, realistic presentation, and abstraction.
December 2006: Paul Binnie announced a new bijin print - Furo Agari - "After the Bath".
Paul Binnie - Furo Agari
Mr. Zhu Rui, born in 1970 in Siamo city, is a young printmaker of the second generation of what is today called the Yunnan Art School. The images on this page show Mr. Zhu Rui at work in his studio creating two new art prints. The
snap shots give an insight into the specific
Chinese way of producing woodblock prints, which is similar but also different from the techniques used by Japanese artists.
Printmaker Zhu Rui
Zhu Rui, born 1970, is a young artist from Yunnan. His style is typical for the Yunnan Art School - thick oil-based inks, reduction woodblock prints and the influence of folk art of the ethnic minorites that can be found in the South of Yunnan province. In spite of his young age Zhu Rui has acquired the status of a leading Chinese artist. His art works are in several Chinese museums.
Zhu Rui Résumé