LI SHUOQING (1908-1993)
FROM THE CHANG FAMILY COLLECTION Raymond Chang Pang Tseng and Cecilia Chang Chen Zhou Ling are natives of Shanghai. In the late 1950s they moved to Hong Kong, where they started their family and acquired these art works. Eventually they settled in the United States in the 1990s and brought with them their collection, which was a source of great pleasure.
LI SHUOQING (1908-1993)

Blossoms and Pagoda

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LI SHUOQING (1908-1993)
Blossoms and Pagoda
Hanging scroll, ink and color on paper
26 5/8 x 17 ¾ in. (67.6 x 45.3 cm.)
Inscribed and signed, with two seals of the artist
Dated summer, renxu year (1982)

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Lot Essay

Born in Quanzhou, Li Shuoqing (1908-1993) was a well-known contemporary artist. He took on many roles including the director of the China Artists Association, vice president of the Chinese Arts and Crafts Institute, director of the Department of Arts at Huaqiao University, honorary director of the Art Institute of Quanzhou, and principal consultant of the Bokuyokai Artists Association.
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