The Palpitation for the Native Land Luo Zhongli’s Art, Hosane Spring Auction, Sunday July 7, 2013 Sale Catalogue W13073

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Hardback auction catalogue.
Text in English and Chinese. Illustrations in color. Light superficial marks on covers. Spine head and covers outside bottom corners slightly bumped. Pages are clean and contents are clear throughout. Binding is sound.
This catalogue named “The Palpitation for the Native Land Luo Zhongli’s Art” is divided into four parts “Watercolor journals I”, “Color of native land”, “Watercolor journals II” and “Print with affection”, including 46 oil, watercolor paintings and lithograph prints by Luo Zhongli “returning from farmwork”, “Deng Damin drying grains”, “Dai working in Paris studio”,”fertilization”,”rest”, “bathing woman”, “crossing the river series”, “dinner”, “hug”,”Bashan affection”, “homeland portraits”, “backyard of Notre Dame”, “Notre Dame in the distance”, “seine”, “gate to Angkor city”, “beach”, “go fishing on the sea”, “father and son”, “blowing slag”, “raining night of Bashan”, “awaken”, “crossing the river”, “comb”, “the lamp holder”, “countryside of the night”, “thunder storm”, and others.
Luo Zhongli is a contemporary Chinese painter known for his portraits of laborers in rural parts of his country. As the representative figure of art reform movements of “Scar Art” and “Rural Realism” in the 1980s, Luo Zhongli made known to the public with his famous painting “Father” (1980), an empathetic portrait of a wrinkled elderly man holding a bowl to his face. Born in 1948 in Chongqing, China, he studied painting at the Sichuan Fine Arts Institute before traveling to Belgium where earned an MFA from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp. Since then, his work has been exhibited in cities worldwide. The artist currently lives in Chongqing, China, where he serves as the president of the Sichuan Fine Arts Institute and also the leader of the artist group from the institute. Today, Luo’s paintings are held in the collections of the National Art Museum of China in Beijing, the Shanghai Art Museum, and the Singapore Art Museum, among others.
Size: 8.6×10.9×0.7 inches.
142 pages.

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