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Chinese Portrait Series No. 18

Zhengjie FENG (Sichuan 1968)


Chinese Portrait Series No. 18

Lot-No. 250

Proceeds : 18.600,00 €


Oil/canvas, 91 x 91 cm, lo. ri. sign. a. dat. Feng Zhenjie 2005, unframed. - Seeming to be loud and modern, the use of colours in Fengs series of model portraits goes back to an old Chinese traditon of painting. His paintings illustrate the confident life of the new Chinese middle classes. On the other hand the the partly exaggerated features of the faces allow to interprete the paintings as critic of the contemporary consumer society. - Chinese painter. F. studied at the Chungqing academy. He is professor in Beijing. His loud coloured paintings make him an important exponent of Chinese pop art in a variant called Gaudy Art in China. He exhibited not only in China but also in New York, Paris, Sao Paolo a. Tokio. - Lit.: Saur.

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Zhengjie FENG: Chinese Portrait Series No. 18


Zhengjie FENG (Sichuan 1968)

Chinese Portrait Series No. 18

Lot-No. 250

Proceeds : 18.600,00 €

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Oil/canvas, 91 x 91 cm, lo. ri. sign. a. dat. Feng Zhenjie 2005, unframed. - Seeming to be loud and modern, the use of colours in Fengs series of model portraits goes back to an old Chinese traditon of painting. His paintings illustrate the confident life of the new Chinese middle classes. On the other hand the the partly exaggerated features of the faces allow to interprete the paintings as critic of the contemporary consumer society. - Chinese painter. F. studied at the Chungqing academy. He is professor in Beijing. His loud coloured paintings make him an important exponent of Chinese pop art in a variant called Gaudy Art in China. He exhibited not only in China but also in New York, Paris, Sao Paolo a. Tokio. - Lit.: Saur.

Chinese Portrait Series No. 18