Red Woods Series VI｜2011｜ Acrylic on canvas｜150 × 230 cm｜ CHEN Cheng-hsiung｜1935 -｜Private Collection
ln addition to being an internationally renown artist, Chen has dedicated many years to studying abstract painting while researching and collecting textiles and Taiwanese aboriginal art. Born in 1935 in Taipei, Chen studied oil painting in his youth with senior generation artists Lee Shih-Chiao and Chin Jun-Tso. Stylistically, these early works fall between the categories of semi-figurative and representative painting. In 1958, Chen started diligently reading books about modern art which initiated his understanding of abstract art as well as his entry into the practice of abstract painting. Chen’s work belongs to the tradition of eastern lyrical abstraction, his inspiration coming from primitive art and his long and exquisite cultural heritage. Chen blends calligraphic lines with sumptuous colors and boldly unrestrained brushwork to create surging rhythms. Black lines in his paintings weave among fields of color, and his abstract concepts are replete with visual metaphors in ceaseless variations.
Source：Taipei Fine Arts Museum
Material：Giclée Art Print on Canvas, Imported aluminum mounting
Size：Print 60 x 80 cm ｜Framed 63 x 83 cm
Printed in Taiwan
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