"Bountiful Harvest" 1995

Shao Kuang Ting


Title:
"Bountiful Harvest" 1995

Medium:
Deluxe Serigraph on Japanese Rice Paper

Unframed Size:
Sheet size 41.5" x 33", Image size 38" x 30"

Edition Size:
AP

Condition:
Mint - Never Framed

Purchased Year:
2016

Purchased from:
Private Collector

Certificate:
Yes

Certificate
Issued By:
Gallery

 
Retail Price:
$10,000.00

Asking Price:
$2,500.00

Unframed
 

Hand signed:
Hand signed by the artist to lower right in pencil Numbered (AP) by hand to lower left in pencil




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This wonderful original serigraph on Japanese rice paper is by Chinese Yunnan artist, Ting Shao Kuang. Titled Bountiful Harvest, Deluxe Version, this artwork is hand-signed by the Artist and notated AP (Artist Proof). This serigraph is in excellent condition and comes with a certificate of authenticity. Image dimensions are 38 x 30 inches. Rice paper sheet dimensions are 41-1/2 x 33 inches.

Ting Shao Kuang was born in Chenggu, a village located in the Northern province of Shanxi, China in 1939. He lives now in the United States for the past 30 years. At the age of 11, he was painting every day, using cooking oil as a medium for his pigment. Despite his lack of adequate supplies, he evidenced such remarkable talent that, in 1954, he was given the opportunity to attend the prestigious high school affiliated with the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing. In 1957, Ting was accepted at Beijing's Central Academy of Arts and Crafts. Although he was taught "Socialist Realism" in his classes, it was during this time that he discovered the works of Picasso, Matisse and Modigliani. The paintings of these artists inspired him to experiment with new themes and techniques. Ting Shao Kuang, a prominent contemporary Chinese painter in America, has produced works characterized by a combination of traditional Chinese painting techniques and the more expressive Western art forms. He has created a unique style that does not belong exclusively to the East or the West, but to the world. Ting Shao Kuang has been exhibited and collected throughout the world and is regarded as the leader and significant contributor to the Heavy Color/Yunnan Art School/Yunnan School style. Many collaborators and students since have adopted and advanced this unique contemporary Chinese style.





"Bountiful Harvest" 1995

Shao Kuang Ting

Title:
"Bountiful Harvest" 1995

Medium:
Deluxe Serigraph on Japanese Rice Paper

Unframed Size:
Sheet size 41.5" x 33", Image size 38" x 30"

Edition Size:
AP

Condition:
Mint - Never Framed

Purchased Year:
2016

Purchased from:
Private Collector

Certificate:
Yes

Certificate
Issued By:
Gallery

 
Retail Price:
$10,000.00

Asking Price:
$2,500.00

Unframed
 

Hand signed:
Hand signed by the artist to lower right in pencil Numbered (AP) by hand to lower left in pencil




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This wonderful original serigraph on Japanese rice paper is by Chinese Yunnan artist, Ting Shao Kuang. Titled Bountiful Harvest, Deluxe Version, this artwork is hand-signed by the Artist and notated AP (Artist Proof). This serigraph is in excellent condition and comes with a certificate of authenticity. Image dimensions are 38 x 30 inches. Rice paper sheet dimensions are 41-1/2 x 33 inches.

Ting Shao Kuang was born in Chenggu, a village located in the Northern province of Shanxi, China in 1939. He lives now in the United States for the past 30 years. At the age of 11, he was painting every day, using cooking oil as a medium for his pigment. Despite his lack of adequate supplies, he evidenced such remarkable talent that, in 1954, he was given the opportunity to attend the prestigious high school affiliated with the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing. In 1957, Ting was accepted at Beijing's Central Academy of Arts and Crafts. Although he was taught "Socialist Realism" in his classes, it was during this time that he discovered the works of Picasso, Matisse and Modigliani. The paintings of these artists inspired him to experiment with new themes and techniques. Ting Shao Kuang, a prominent contemporary Chinese painter in America, has produced works characterized by a combination of traditional Chinese painting techniques and the more expressive Western art forms. He has created a unique style that does not belong exclusively to the East or the West, but to the world. Ting Shao Kuang has been exhibited and collected throughout the world and is regarded as the leader and significant contributor to the Heavy Color/Yunnan Art School/Yunnan School style. Many collaborators and students since have adopted and advanced this unique contemporary Chinese style.