Chen Ting-shih, Mug

Chen Ting-shih, Mug

Chen Ting-shih


宅配|超商取件,滿千免運費 on order

NT$420
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Chen Ting Shih

Chen Tingshi, born in 1913 in a family of officials and eunuchs in Changle, Fujian, suffered a hearing loss when he fell from a play tree and lost his hearing, but the transition of his life pushed him to a more mysterious world of art. The late National Palace Museum researcher Chu Ge called him a "national treasure" in art. Former Kaohsiung Museum of Art director Li Junxian and art critic Lu Rongzhi both agreed that he was like an "art history."

When he was young, he used to write solid wood engravings to fight against violence. After his return to Taiwan, he established the "Modern Print Club", "May Painting Club", and "Modern Eyes" in Taiwan. The development of modern art has blazed a trail. In 1957, he began to create prints with sugarcane boards that were abundant in production at that time, and maximized the characteristics of sugarcane boards. In 1970, the print work "Sting" won the first prize of the first "Korea International Printmaking Biennale" in 1970. In his later years, he shifted his focus to the creation of iron sculptures, and his work "Jonnie Walker" was listed in the chapter of "The Art of the Twentieth Century" in the chapter of "Masters of Iron and Space".

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Material : Ceramic
Size : the product is about 12.5x9x(H)10.2cm, the outer box is about 12x9.5x11cm

• The color is slightly deviated, and the actual product color shall prevail.
• It is normal to produce pinhole-like small spots due to shrinkage during porcelain clay production.
•Exquisite outer box packaging with a product description card inside.

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  • Family Mart Pickup only (C2C)
  • Family Mart Pickup and pay in store (C2C)
  • Orverseas
  • Orverseas
  • Pick-up from TFAM store
  • HCT
  • Shipping to Asia
  • Overseas

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  • Pay on Family Mart Store Pickup (C2C)
  • Credit Card (Support Visa, Master, JCB)
  • Cash on Delivery
  • CVS (Print out the bills by CVS and pay in the store)
  • Barcode (Pay at convenience store by barcode)
  • ATM Virtual account (Pay at ATM or web bank by virtual account)
  • WebATM (Card reader needed)
  • Alipay
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