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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 Wu Jian, born in 1985.
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 Yu Dan.
In July of 2007 we received a mesmerizing painting by Chinese artist Zhou Changquan. The painting shows a beautiful Chinese lady from the late Quing Dynasty (1644-1911).
Mr. Yang Dehua passed away in 2002 - by far too early - after a long period of disease and hospitalization. The artist had worked at Qujing Art Institute in Yunnan as a painter and printmaker and art teacher for the younger generation of artists. His painting and printmaking philosophy and figurative style had been formed under the old political era of social realism. During the last decade of his life, Yang Dehua had developed a passion for the culture and people of Yunnan and China's western provinces like Tibet. The artist exhibited regularly in China's top level art exhibitions and received awards at these art shows. His works were shown in several countries including the United States of America (New York) and are in many major museums in China.
The following article 'A Pilgrim of Arts? - Thinking of Mr. Yang Dehua' was written by Chinese painter and printmaker Yang Yongsheng and was published in the Chinese magazine 'Circles of Fine Arts, 4th edition 2003, ISBN1002-7416'. The article is an obituary for a great painter and printmaker and an exceptional personality that influenced many of today's leading Chinese painters and printmakers, including the author, Mr. Yang Yongsheng. Mr. Yang Dehua was Yang Yongsheng's art teacher and later a close friend.
This page is a commented publication of a little booklet, titled "China Contemporary Elite of the Artist Series", published by China International Art Publishing House, ISBN 962-86073-8-3. The booklet features paintings by Li Ping, born 1963, a renowned Chinese painter. The booklet is written in Chinese.
Paintings by Li Ping
Chinese woodblock printmaker Wen Mujiang, born 1970, is one of the most successful artists in artelino's auctions of modern Chinese prints. Following the great success of his woodblock series "The Faraway Sparrow Sounds", the artist has started a new series titled "Shadow of Breeze".
Shadow of Breeze
Lu Runeng is from the generation born before World War II and one of the pioneers of modern Chinese printmaking in the era past the Cultural Revolution. Some of his prints like "Twisting", "May" or "Sister and Brother" will one day have an outstanding place in Chinese printmaking history. Mr. Lu Runeng retired and does not create prints any longer.
Zhuang Yanjun is a young artist born into a Buddhist family. He has specialized in woodblock prints, paintings and scultpures with Buddhist subjects. His art often shows people or scenes from Tibet. No wonder that his images have a fascinating effect on Western art lovers. Zhuang Yanjun was a student of master printmaker Zhang Minjie and was admitted for the 17th National Chinese Printmaking Exhibition. His former teacher, Zhang Minjie, and art critics are full of praise for this young artist who has begun to attract the attention of the international art scene.
Zhuang Yanjun - Biography
A Chinese garden is unlike a western garden. It is an art discipline, a philosophical manifestation and above all, an integral part of Chinese culture. The traditional art of gardens was also practiced by artists and developed in parallel to painting as well as the traditional color woodcut.
Works by emerging Chinese artists in BUYDIRECT.