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AIKE BEER Original Oil Portrait of Woman on Canvas – Signed

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Original oil portrait on canvas by Chinese artist Aike Beer (1972-) depicts a woman seated on a stool within a parlor, tying her hair up. A yellow couch is visible in the background, pillows and clothes from the day strewn about it. A sensually painted piece by a skilled painter, Beer’s brushwork is mindful and precise, creating a piece that relishes in the medium of oil paint. Framed in gold and signed by the artist in the lower left of the painting. This painting is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

ZAO WOU-KI Abstract Etching

$3,000.00
By Chinese-French artist  Zao Wou-ki, this etching is abstractly composed with yellow and bits of burgundy decorating black and white. Tonal variation indicates a mastery of the medium. Framed in simple black with a wide white mat. Numbered 72/95, signed in pencil  Zao Wou-ki 068. About the Artist: Taken from attached information label: Zao Wou-ki (1921-2013) was born in Peking, China.  Zao Wou-ki studied for six years at the School of Fine Arts in Hangchow, and later served there as professor of drawing. In 1948 he left China and settled permanently in Paris. The following year he had the first of many one-man exhibitions in Paris.  Zao Wou-ki’s work, stylized at first, is now abstract. In addition to his paintings he has illustrated a number of books including Malroux’s Tenation de l’Occident, St. John Perse’s Poems, and Rimbaud’s Illuminations. His graphics have been widely exhibited, both in France and abroad.  Zao Wou-ki’s first one-man show in New York was presented in 1952. Since 1958 his works have been shown regularly at the Kootz Gallery in New York. He has been represented in many group shows, most recently in an exhibition of French paintings, shown at the Metropolitan Museum, the National Gallery of Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Museum of Art, Boston. His works are in the collections of important museums and galleries throughout the world, including the Musee de Art Moderne in Paris, the Tate Gallery in London, the Museum Folkwang in Essen, and the museum at Helsinki, Finland.  This print is just one of hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection   

WILFRED LANG Acrylic on Canvas Painting – Signed

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An original painting by Chinese-American artist, Wilfred Lang. Using a sophisticated, restrained application, Lang approaches this seascape painting using primary colors, which creates a saturated and arresting piece of artwork. Housed in a gold frame, this painting is signed by the artist in the lower left hand corner. This painting is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

DAVID LEE Original Painting on Silk – Signed

$3,500.00
An original painting on silk by Chinese artist David Lee. Minimal in composition yet impactful in emotion, the poetic Gentle Caress painting on silk captures a meditative tranquility in it's technique. Signed by the artist and inscribed in Yue on the top right of the painting reads: "Summer is so soft Gentle breeze upon my face Touch the surface of the water Making small waves Seems a dream fading away." This painting is just one of hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection

Original ZHAOMING WU Touching the Sky

$18,000.00
Transcendent original painting by Chinese artist Zhaoming Wu titled “Touching the Sky” depicts a woman wrapped in billowing cloth seated next to a windowsill. Golden light envelops her as it pours in through the window. Gold frame adds to the masterful glow of this piece. About the Artist: Zhaoming Wu (1959-) grew up in Guangzhou City during the Chinese Cultural Revolution under Mao Zedong. When he was eight years old, schools closed under the repressive government. Wu filled his days with studying a book of traditional Chinese brush painting and copying comic books. Wu’s mother was a doctor and convinced one of her patients, a professor at Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art, to begin his formal art training at age twelve. He worked in an advertising agency as a graphic artist until he applied for Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art, where he was one of 32 accepted out of over 2,000 applicants. One of 16 students of Western style oil painting, he studied landscapes and small villages. He participated in the National Art Exhibition and made waves when he did not create government propaganda, but rather painted a village wedding illuminated by candlelight. He received much media attention, leading to his art being recognized and shown at an international level. He became a professor at Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art, a high honor, where he taught for seven years. He immigrated to the United States once the borders opened up, settling in California with his family and beginning his master's program at the Academy of Art College. He became an instructor of painting there, and continues to teach and work alongside his students at the Academy of Art College in San Francisco. This painting is one of hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.