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Pang Tseng-Ying (1916-1997), "Floral Reverie" Limited Edition Lithograph, Numbered 116/285 and Hand Signed with Letter of Authenticity. Retail $650.00
Item #238933

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19.5 x 24


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"Floral Reverie" is a limited edition lithograph on paper by Pang Tseng-Ying (1916-1997), numbered 116/285 and hand signed by the artist. Includes Letter of Authenticity. Measures approx. 19.5" x 24" (border), 24" x 29" (image). There are creases on the corners and edges of the border that may be concealed when the piece is framed.

Pang Tseng-Ying (1916-1997) was born in Shandong and grew up in Beijing. After being instructed in Chinese calligraphy from childhood and studying traditional Chinese painting, Pang was accepted by the Beijing Chin-Hua Arts College. He received a scholarship to study in Japan and entered Nippon University, before returning to teach at Beijing Chin-Hua Arts College after graduation. He brought his family to Taiwan in 1949, where he taught at the First Girl's High School, the National Fine Arts College, and the Fu Hsing Business & Technology College. He held his first solo exhibition at the New York’s Argent Gallery in 1954, putting on display works painted in the mainland, Taiwan, and Tokyo; the exhibition was given prominent media coverage.

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