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ZHANG DAQIAN (1899-1983)
ZHANG DAQIAN (1899-1983)

Pink Lotus

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ZHANG DAQIAN (1899-1983) Pink Lotus Inscribed and signed, with two seals of the artist Dated autumn, xinyou year (1981) Dedicated to Zi'an (Zhang Fuxiang, 1902-1991) Scroll, mounted and framed, ink and colour on paper 34.6 x 112.4 cm. (13? x 44 1/4 in.) 20th Century
Literature
Three Masters Crossing the Sea - The Essential Exhibition of Colour Ink Painting of Zhang Daqian, Pu Ru,and Huang Chunpi, Chan Liu Art Museum, Taipei, December 2010, p. 111.
Exhibited
Taiwan, Chan Liu Art Museum, Three Masters Crossing the Sea - The Essential Exhibition of Colour Ink Painting of Zhang Daqian, Pu Ru and Huang Chunpi, 8 December 2010-30 January 2011.

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Zhang Fuxiang (1902-1991) was a native of Jiangsu, of quiet, contemplative nature and interested in antiques. Having lived in Shanghai for a long time, he was influenced by the Shanghai style of seal carving, studying seal carving from the Zhou and Qin dynasties up to his contemporaries. His seals are meticulously and methodically carved, and he excelled in smaller seal carving and rubbings on ink-stones. After he migrated to Taiwan, he set up shop to sell his own seals. He also enjoyed drinking.

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