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Chinese artists

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3dRose LLC 8 x 8 x 0.25 Inches Mouse Pad, Picture of Ancient Chinese Lotus Painting (mp_62635_1)

3dRose LLC 8 x 8 x 0.25 Inches Mouse Pad, Picture of Ancient Chinese Lotus Painting (mp_62635_1)

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长安月 — Beijing opera | Jingju | 京剧    by Chinese artist...

Beijing opera | Jingju | 京剧 by Chinese artist 姜迎久Jiang Yingjiu

Zhang Daqian (1899-1983) Viewing the Waterfall, 1963. 134 x 68 cm (52¾ x 26¾ in). Sold for HK$64,225,000 in Fine Chinese Modern Paintings on 29 May 2018 at Christie’s Hong Kong

Christies specialist offers insights into his life and career, from his brilliance as an innovator and forger to his restless globetrotting lifestyle

Wang Yidong (1955-) - 2000 Portrait (Hong Kong Christie, 2012) | par RasMarley

Oil on canvas; 60.5 × 50 cm. Born in the Yimeng Mountain area of Shandong Province, China 1982 Graduated from the Central Academy of Fine Art, Beijing and has been teaching there ever since. Known for his portrait studies, in particular, people of his native regions. Regarded as one of the representatives of Chinese Oil Portraits in the modern era. 1984 Participated in the 16th International Art Fair, France. Participated in the Sixth Asian Art Fair, Japan. 1986 Participated in the Seventh…

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이샤【אישה】 on Twitter: "Liu Yun-sheng. (刘云生. Chinese, 1937~) 리우 윤솅, 중국 출신 수채화가. 그의 그림 속 소수민족 아이들. 눈동자를 더럽힐 수 있는 것은 오직 마음 뿐. http://t.co/ilRvXYskMq"

“Liu Yun-sheng. (刘云生. Chinese, 1937~) 리우 윤솅, 중국 출신 수채화가. 그의 그림 속 소수민족 아이들. 눈동자를 더럽힐 수 있는 것은 오직 마음 뿐.”

Yue Minjun - Dark Sky, 2003, 130 x 89 cm, 51 x 35 in. - Chinese artist Yue Minjun rose to fame for his sculptures and paintings, depicting himself laughing. They have been reproduced numerous of times as prints and posters, together with many published books and a collaboration with street artist Kaws. Find out more about his self portraits at https://publicdelivery.org/yue-minjun-self-portraits/

Yue Minjun’s style is easily be recognized. His self-portrait oil paintings depict himself in vivid colors while grinning with his mouth gaping. An oxymoron of sorts, the self-portraits evoke feelings of sympathy as well as humor. The depictions of himself in various poses laughing draw numerous diverse interpretations. However, the general consensus is that while the self-portraits are meant to display humor, they also show the complexities found underneath the outer surface.