Posts Tagged ‘Painter’


Saturday, August 11th, 2012

top chinese painting George Tsui was born in Hong Kong, and moved to New York in the late 60s, studying first at the School of Visual Arts and later majoring in oil painting at the Art Students League. While working at NBC he was awarded the prestigious 1997 Emmy Award for Best Individual Art and Craft. Included in his works of that period are some movie posters, several paintings chosen for the 1984 Winter Olympics poster series, as well as limited edition art prints for the 1985 and 1986 ‘Night of 100 Stars” event for a tribute to The Centennial of The Actor’s Fund of America. The original art work with 100 celebrities signatures was owned by ABC Television Corp.After twenty years in the New York art scene, American artist George Tsui embarked on a creative journey into China in the pursuit of reaching the next level in his artistic career . The grand and splendid architecture of the forbidden city and the mysterious and sensual character of the Dun Huang cave were the immediate inspiration for the first group of paintings Tsui created.
Always fascinated and attracted to the rare and exotic, elements of fantasy are often present in Tsui’s work,. Chinese themes filled his imagination. And the idea of creating his own brand of classic romantism, unrestrained by conventional reality, was deeply attractive to him. His models always dressed in exquisite silk gowns from the artist’s personal collection of 20 authentic imperial dresses. They posed in romantic, luxurious surroundings with a variety of antiques, artifacts, jewelry, flowers and and birds. Tsui doesn’t pretend to be painting the real thing but draws us into a fantasy where the signs of subterfuge are plain to see. As the artist describes, “these pieces employ a dual technique of painting and sculpture that is traditionally ornate yet abstract in the most modern sense”.

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Incredibly Talented Chinese ‘Sugar Painter’

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012

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An He

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

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Artist: Hans Amis, known as An He (Guangzhou – China, born 1957) Paintings.

Chinese Artist Hans Amis, An He, was born in 1957 in Guangzhou, China into an artistic family.

An He was drawn to the arts at a young age, and was under the tutledge of his father, a highly respected artist and Professor of Art in Guangzhou. He later studied at the Fine Art College of Guangzhou, one of the top academies in China.

While attending the Academy, An He was invited to join the All China Artist Association, a top national organization only for professional artists. At the age of 24, he was the youngest member ever chosen. This was his first honor.

Since then, Hans Amis, An He paintings have been widely exhibited in many cities throughout China. He also was commissioned to do hundreds of book covers and illustrations for publication.

An He has won National Art Excellence awards in China.

Three of his works have been purchased by the Chinese government for the permanent collections on display in the National Museum of Fine Arts in Beijing.

An He arrived in the United States in 1985, settling in New York before making San Francisco his permanent home in 1988.

Specializing in figurative painting, he has become one of the most sought after artists in the country for his romantic paintings of women and is commissioned by private collectors throughout the States, Europe and Asia.

An He’s tremendous admiration and respect for women comes through in all his work.

His women are usually caught in a moment of contemplation, sometimes in an opulent interior, sometimes in a garden.

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Chinese painter teaching children

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

top chinese painting The painter
(the lady who is dressed in purple sweater) is teaching children drawing Traditional Chinese paintings.Unfortunatelly there was no chance for me to shoot how she painted.
She is very outstanding and her painting skill is very excellent,but for some historic reasons she isn’t as well-known as the other best painters.Now, she wants to teach her skills to childern, hoping they can flourish Traditional Chinese paintings in the future.

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