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East and West (Freedom Suite)

Jiang Tie Feng
1991
Prints
Serigraph on rice paper
63.5 x 63.5 x 0 cm
Hand signed
LXXIV of LXXV
Limited edition
Excellent
Available For Sale
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Good To Know: Unframed, professionally packed, stored flat in humidity controlled art storage facility, condition report available upon request. Arty-Fact: Truth and spirituality come through in Jiang’s work. His art takes you on a journey through a mystical place of ‘in-between’ – the space bridging old and new, East and West, fact and fiction. This void represents utopia which he hopes will fill the viewers heart with optimism to help push out the negative as a result of our stressful world. In order to convey this, Jiang uses vivid colours, bold lines, symbolism and powerful images. “The Freedom Suite” showcases the symbolism in Jiang’s artwork. The pipa and dizi being instruments of love; horses symbolising speed, strength, power and endurance; young maidens representing goodness, beauty and purity. Source: “Jiang: The Father of the Yunnan School”, Fingerhut Group Publishers.

About The Artist

Jiang Tie Feng is an important Chinese painter and a founder of the Yunnan School of Painting, which is one of the most influential abstract movements in China. Read More

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