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Quiescence, Chen Chi-kwan, Lithograph

Quiescence, Chen Chi-kwan, Lithograph

Signed by Chen Chi-kwan
Unframed
Printed in France
Edition /100


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【 Origin 】Labyrinth|1989|Lithograph|62 × 61 cm|Taipei Fine Arts Museum Collection

To attempt to see what no one has seen before, 
To think what no one has thought before, 
To paint what no one has painted before, 
To create what no one has created before. 
Reluctant to give up the Chinese brush, paper, and ink, 
Painting space, time, yet unable to avoid the human world.

                                                                       ——Chen Chi-kwan

Chen Chi-kwan used a uniquely Western perspective to revolutionize traditional Chinese painting, employing his "Mind's Eye" to view the world. His paintings have a pure and fresh quality, a style all their own. He developed innovative views on humanity and nature while achieving startling results in both modern and traditional aesthetics. Consequently, on 3 September 2004 the National Culture and Arts Foundation presented its eighth National Award for Arts in the category of fine art to Chen.

Sources: Chen Chi Kwan Education & Cultural Foundation

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Printed in 1996 Unframed
Size:62 x 62 cm Unframed
Material:Paper

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