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'The Shimmering Moon III' Abstract Ink Art by Liu Zijian
Dimensions: 68 x 68 cm (26.8 x 26.8”)
Medium: ink art
Shipping: this abstract ink painting will be shipped to your address for free. We will deliver this work unframed, in a safe wooden crate.
Certificate of Authenticity: you will receive the COA (certificate of authenticity)
Liu Zijian is one of the most important leading artists of the experimental ink painting movement in the 1990s.
He graduated from the Hubei Academy of Fine Arts in 1983. He works as Professor of Fine Arts Department of Shenzhen University. Vice President of China New Ink Painting Academy. Researcher of Urban Ink Painting Research Institute of China National Academy of Painting. Chairman of the Artist Committee of China Cuiheng Culture and Art Creation Base. Special cultural and artistic consultant of Zhongshan Municipal Government.
His works have participated in many important exhibitions at home and abroad, and his representative works are widely collected by domestic and foreign art museums, art institutions, collectors and enthusiasts.. He has made outstanding contributions to the innovation and academic discussion of the language of ink painting. In his works, he strives to create a landscape full of collisions and ruins. The ink language is broad and magnificent. His works unlike others who rely more or less on the brushwork, Liu prefers unconventional tools like grids and a broad paintbrush, and techniques like rubbing and printing, in order to create what he calls ‘a floating ink world’ on paper.