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Diana Vase
Erte (Romain de Tirtoff) 1892 -1990
Hand Carved Encased Glass Vase
Height: 19 inches, Width: 5 inches
2004 From an early original design in Gouache
Edition: 300 numbered

 

 

 

 

Ting Shao Kuang
An Artist for the Ages
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"Cherry Blossom"
Printer: Some Fine Art Press
1988
40" X 37 1/2"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

"Ashima at Sunrise"
Printer: Soma Fine Art Press
1986
40" x 38"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

 

 


"Distant Dreams"
Printer: Soma Fine Art Press
1988
40" x 37 1/2"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

"Huntress"
Printer: Soma Fine Art Press
1989
46" x 35"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

 

 


"Amorous Feeling of Xishuangbanna"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

"Dawn of the Yunnan School"
60 1/2" x 40"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

 

 

"Friendship Along the River"
Printer: Soma Fine Art Press
1987
40" x 37 1/2"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

"Echoe"
48" x 40"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

 

 

"Harmony"
Printer: Soma Fine Art Press
1986
40" x 38"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

"Golden Empress"
39" X 37 1/2"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

 

 

"Dreaming of the Zoo"
Printer: Soma Fine Art Press
1988
41" x 37 1/2"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

"Golden Age in India"
Printer: Some Fine Art Press
1989
38 1/4" x 37 1/2"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

 

 

"Illumination of a Buddah"
24" x 24"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

 

"Hunting Ages"
Printer: Soma Fine Art Press
1990
38" x 37 1/2"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

 

 

"Motherhood"
Printer: Soma Fine Art Press
1988
37 x 33 1/2
Limited Edition
Serigraph

"Messenger"
Printer: Soma Fine Art Press
1990
38" x 38"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

 

 

"Homage to Chikako"
Printer: Soma Fine Art Press
1988
37" x 33 1/2"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

"Lullaby"
Printer: Soma Fine Art Press
1989
34" x 34"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

 

 

"Patterns"
Printer: Soma Fine Art Press
1988
37" x 33 1/2"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

Paradise
Printer: Soma Fine Art Press
1986
40" x 37 1/2"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

 

 

"Pisces"
Printer: Soma Fine Art Press
1987
40" x 37 1/2"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

"Phoenix Lady"
24" x 24"
Limited Edition
Serigraph
 

 

 

"Wind and Sea"
Printer: Some Fine Art Press
1989
41" x 37 1/2"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

"The Bride"
32 3/4" x 33"
1990
Limited Edition
Serigraph

 

 

"Song of Freedom"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

"Mother  and Child"
Printer: Soma Fine Art Press
1986
40" x 36 1/2"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

 

 

"Peaceful World"
Printer: Some Fine Art Press
1990
39 1/2" x 37 1/2"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

"Reminiscence"
Printer: Soma Fine Art Press
1990
38 1/2" x 37 1/2"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

 

 

"Purple Dreams"
Printer: Some Fine Art Press
1989
39" x 37 1/2"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

"Silk Road"
Printer: Soma Fine Art Press
1987
40" X 37 1/2"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

 

 

 

 

"Vayage on the Mei-kang"
Printer: Soma Fine Art Press
1989
43 1/2" x 35"
Limited Edition
Serigraph

 

 

Bronze Sculptures

 

 



"Ancient Civilization"
Bronze Sculpture
13"
Limited Edition
 

 

 



"Huntress"
Bronze Sculpture
20"
Limited Edition
1989

 

 



"Golden Wind"
Bronze Sculpture
23"
Limited Edition
1990

 

 


"Flight"
Bronze Sculpture
26"
Limited Edition
1989

 

 


"Spring Rain"
Bronze Sculpture
26"
Limited Edition
1989
 

 

 

 

 

...Ting Shao Kuang, a prominent contemporary Chinese painter in America, has produced works characterized by a combination of traditional Chinese painting techniques and the more expressive Western art forms.  He has created a unique style that does not belong exclusively to the East or the West, but to the world.  Ting Shao Kuang was born in Chenggu, a village located in the Norhern province of Shanxi, China in 1939.   In order to survive his loneliness and alienation, Ting turned to painting for solace.  By age 11, he was painting every day, using cooking oil as a medium for his pigment.  Despite his lack of adequate supplies, he evidenced such remarkable talent that, in 1954, he was given the opportunity to attend the prestigious high school affiliated with the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing.  In 1957, Ting was accepted at Jeijing's Central Academy of Arts and Crafts.  Although he was taught "socialist Realism" in his classes, it was during this time that he discovered the works of Picasso, Matisse and Modigliani.  The paintings of these artists inspired him to experiment with new themes and techniques.... 

 

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