Lu Hong Limited Edition Serigraph Entitled "Spirit of Tropics" Hand Signed
Introducing the captivating masterpiece by Lu Hong, entitled "Spirit of Tropics." This Limited Edition Serigraph on Rice Paper is a true testament to the artist's vision, meticulously hand-signed and numbered as 51/300.Featuring two women seated back to back within a spiritual setting, the graceful pose and serene ambiance evoke a sense of tranquility and connection.
The color palette chosen by Lu Hong is nothing short of enchanting, with shades of blue and purple dominating art work.
As a Limited Edition piece, "Spirit of Tropics" holds a special place in the realm of art, and being hand-signed by the artist adds a personal touch that enhances its uniqueness. The numbered edition, 51 out of 300, underscores the exclusivity of this serigraph, making it a rare and cherished addition to any art connoisseur's collection.
Lu Hong's "Spirit of Tropics" transcends the boundaries of conventional art, inviting viewers to immerse themselves in a world of beauty, symbolism, and spiritual resonance. This serigraph is not just a creation; it is an experience—one that speaks to the soul and lingers in the heart.
About the artist:
Lu Hong was born in 1959, in Qin Huangdao, a city on the coast of northeastern China. He graduated high school in 1981 when his uncle Ting Shao Kuang helped him to realize his dream. Kuang was one of the leaders of already internationally-known Chinese art movement of the Yunnan School.
Kuang, also persecuted by the communist authorities, he eventually left the country and asked Hong to join him in 1986. Lu Hong was influenced by the works of Paul Klee, Modigliani, and Picasso. He listened to the classical music of Chopin, Mueller and Wagner. He also was able to read books on poetry, Western literature and psychology. Lu Hong relates, "All my life I was forced to think and act a certain way, but after I left the academy, I began to develop my own style of thinking and painting."
Hong is best known for his multi-faceted paintings on rice paper, a very delicate technique that includes the use of different water-based mediums, as watercolor and gouache, Japanese mineral and Chinese stone paints. His cautiously applied lines form drawing on rice paper sheets that are affiliated with liquid acrylic and placed on the painting board.
Lu Hong has become one of the most acclaimed contemporary Chinese artists in America.
Dimensions: 47.5” H x 47.5” W x 1.25” D
Style: Abstract Expressionist
Condition: Good. Wear consistent with age and use.
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