The World of Ting Shao Kuang; Japan Broadcast Pub(1995); Signed; TP w/DJ; Folio; VGVG; Not Ex-Library, Not Book Club, Not Print on Demand; Trade Paper-Dark blue formed paper(green on verso w/ matching endpapers), no lettering, very minimal edgewear; DUST JACKET-Multi-colored pictorial w/black lettering, very minimal edgewear, brodart protected; 125ppg- No markings, pages white, flat, smudging on edges.
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's purposeful marriage of ancient art customs, masterful brush strokes, and calligraphic lines, mixed with the starkness and beauty of modernism, have made his works some of the most recognizable in the world. He is considered a world-renowned leader of the Yunnan School by the American art critic Douglas Finly. Japanese art critic Murobushi describes him as an authentic Chinese artist, and French art critic Andre Parinaud once commented that "His art has a timeless exuberance, and its exaltation of love has turned him into a 20th century Giotto."- Borsini- Burr Gallery
Topic: Fine Arts: Monographs
Subject: Art & Photography Special Attributes: Signed