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MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ASIAN ART & CHINESE PAINTINGS AND CALLIGRAPHY Sunday DECEMBER 11th 2022 14:30 Taipei AUTUMN AUCTION 2022
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A

Daniel ARSHAM 1146

B

Bernard BUFFET

C

HO Chau Chu

1099.1156

1046

Bernard CHAROY 1138.1139

CHAO Chung Hsiang

CHAN Chien Yu 1126.1127

CHANG Wan Chuan 1071

CHANG Yi Hsiung 1066.1067

CHEN Te Wang

CHEN Ting Shih

CAO Jing Ping George CHANN 1105

CHENG Shi Fa 1132

CHIU Ya Tsai

CHUANG Che

D

DAI Ze

HUANG Lui Sang

HUANG Guang Nan 1060.1061

CHIANG Chao Shen 1080.1081.1082 1087

1135.1136.1137 HUANG Chou 1133 1041.1169

CHU Teh Chun 1166

Salvador DALI

F

HSIAO Chin

1065

HUNG Rui Lin 1052 1083 1049.1050.1051

1106 1101

DU Yong Qiao 1114.1115

FEI Yi Fu 1015.1113

FU Chuan Fu 1085

Étienne Maurice FALCONET 1100

Arman FERNANDEZ 1140

G

Paul GUIRAMAND 1149

H

HU Shan Yu

1021.1117 1013

J

HWANG Dennis 1107 1120 1040

JU Ming 1096.1170.1171

K

HWANG Michell 1026 1003.1151

KUO Hsueh Hu 1124

KUSAMA Yayoi 1007.1008.1143 KAWASAKI Yasuhito 1002

KAWS (Brian Donnelly) L

KOIZUMI Satoru 1144 KATO Izumi 1147

LI Mei Shu 1054.1055

LI Chun Shan 1042.1043

LEE Shi Chi 1112

I IIDA Kiriko 1011 IMAI Toshinietsu 1148 1125

LI Yi Hong

LI Chung Chung 1121

LIAO Chi Chun

JIANG Da Hai 1119 JIA You Fu 1090 1068

LIAO Te Cheng 1062

LIAO Yu An 1009

LIN Feng Mian 1029.1030

LIN Da Chuan 1016

LIN Yuan 1053

V

LIN Chih Chu 1047

LIN Chih Hsin 1164

LIU, Max 1048

LIU Yi Wen 1110

M

MA Shou Hua 1129

MA Pai Sui 1045

N

NARA Yoshitomo 1001.1004.1141

NARITA Satoko 1102

NAKAMURA Moe 1142

Jean Baptiste VALADIE 1150

W

WAN Hao 1018.1019

OBATA Taku 1005.1006

OU Hao Nien 1088.1089.1131

P

PANG Jiun

PAN Yu Liang

1108.1109 1028

Pablo PICASSO 1152

PU Ru 1091.1092

PU Hao Ming 1097

R

RAN In Ting 1056.1057.1058 1059.1122.1123

S

SHIY De Jinn 1031.1032.1033 1034.1035.1036 1037.1038.1039

SHEN Che Tsai 1027

SHEN Xiao Tung 1010

SUN Yun Sheng 1084

T

Antoni Tàpies

1154

TEZUKA Osamu 1158

TING Walasse

Amedeo MODIGLIANI 1153 1103.1104.1165

TING Shao Kuang 1167.1168

1072.1073.1074 1075.1076.1077 1078.1079

Claude WEISBUCH 1155

WU Xue Rang 1134

WANG Pan Youn WU Hao

Maurice de VLAMINCK 1098 1162.1163

O Y

WU Lung Jung 1044 WU Shi Wei 1086

X

XUE Song 1022

YAMAMOTO Mayuka 1145

YANG San Lang 1069.1070 YANG Zu Shu 1017.1118

YANG Yu Yu 1094.1095.1161

YANG Shin Sheng 1111

YANG Chi Hong 1023.1024.1025

YEH Huo Cheng 1063

YUAN Xiao Fang 1012 Z

ZHENG Shan Shi 1130

ZHANG Jun 1014

ZHANG Zi Zheng 1020.1116

ZHANG Bing Tang 1064

ZHU Qi Zhan 1093.1128

1001

b.1959

©YOSHITOMO NARA 2006

16.5 x 16.5 x 7.3 cm x 4 6.5 x 6.5 x 2.9 in. x 4

NARA Yoshitomo

Gummi Girl (set of 4) Painted Cast Vinyl Stamped on the underside: each with the artist's signature, copyright and date "© YOSHITOMO NARA 2006".

Provenance: Accompanied by original box

NT$ 15,000-30,000 HK$ 3,800-7,600 US$ 480-970

1002

b.1983 2020 2/5 YASUHITO KAWASAKI Horse Playground Equipment and Boy 2020 ED: 2/5 28 x 18 x 24 cm 11 x 7.1 x 9.4 in.

KAWASAKI Yasuhito

Horse Playground Equipment and Boy

Resin Acrylic Urethane 2020 (2/5)

Signed on the underside: YASUHITO KAWASAKI Horse Playground Equipment and Boy 2020 ED: 2/5

Provenance: Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity Accompanied by original box

NT$ 60,000-90,000 HK$ 15,300-22,900 US$ 1,940-2,910

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1003

KACHAMUKKU /

b.1974

32 x 20.3 x 15.2 cm 12.6 x 8 x 6 in.

KAWS (Brian DONNELLY)

KACHAMUKKU (Green/Red)

Mixed Media Provenance: Accompanied by original box

NT$ 20,000-30,000 HK$ 5,100-7,600 US$ 650-970

1004 b.1959 x How2work 20 1500 59 x 32 x 33.5 cm 23.2 x 12.5 x 13.1 in.

NARA Yoshitomo NARA, Yoshitomo x HOW2WORK 20th Anniversary Table Lamp

Metal plastic Edition of 1500

NT$ 30,000-50,000 HK$ 7,600-12,700 US$ 970-1,620

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1005 b.1980 2016 2021 500

2016 TAKU OBATA 35 x 12 x 10 cm 13.8 x 4.7 x 3.9 in.

MEDICOM TOY

MEDICOM TOY 2021 TAKU OBATA

OBATA Taku

B-Girl Down Jacket Nagame 2016 Blue Polystone 2021 Edition 500

Signed on the underside of the jacket: 2016 TAKU OBATA

Manufacturer: MEDICOM TOY Trademark:

MEDICOM TOY 2021 (R)

TAKU OBATA (L) Accompanied by original box

NT$ 40,000-70,000 HK$ 10,200-17,800 US$ 1,290-2,260

1006 b.1980 2016 2019 100

2016 TAKU OBATA 35 x 12 x 10 cm 13.8 x 4.7 x 3.9 in.

MEDICOM TOY

MEDICOM TOY 2019 TAKU OBATA

OBATA Taku

B-Girl Down Jacket Nagame 2016 Black Polystone 2019 Edition 100

Signed on the underside of the jacket: 2016 TAKU OBATA

Manufacturer: MEDICOM TOY Trademark:

MEDICOM TOY 2019 (R)

TAKU OBATA (L)

Accompanied by original box

NT$ 50,000-80,000 HK$ 12,700-20,400 US$ 1,620-2,580

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1007

b.1929

a. b. NAOSHIMA © YAYOI KUSAMA b. 2017 2 22 5 22 a. 8.5 x 13.5 x 13.5 cm 3.34 x 5.3 x 5.3 in. b. 8 x 8 x 10 cm x 2 3.1 x 3.1 x 3.9 in. x 2 1008

b.1929 750ml 1000 2012 12.5% 34.5 x 16 x 12 cm 13.6 x 6.3 x 4.7 in.

KUSAMA Yayoi

a. Naoshima Red Pumpkin b. Red Pumpkin and Yellow Pumpkin (set of 3)

Painted resin Signed on the underside: NAOSHIMA © YAYOI KUSAMA Exhibition: b. "YAYOI KUSAMA: My Eternal Soul ", The National Art Center, Tokyo, 22 February, 201722 May, 2017.

NT$ 46,000-70,000 HK$ 11,700-17,800 US$ 1,490-2,260

KUSAMA Yayoi

Veuve Clicquot La Grande Dame 750ml

Edition of 1000 2012

Alcohol by volume: 12.5% Place of origin: France Provenance: Accompanied by original box

NT$ 15,000-20,000 HK$ 3,800-5,100 US$ 480-650

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1009 b.1979 No.2 2007 Liao Yu An 162 x 130 cm 63.8 x 51.2 in. 2008 2008 12 20 2009 1 18 2008

2009 71

LIAO Yu An

Impolite Invitation No.2 Acrylic on canvas 2007 Signed on the reverse: named Liao Yu An in English and Chinese. Provenance: Accompanied by a gallery guarantee letter signed by the artist Exhibition: Asia Art Center, Taipei, "Liao Yu-an 2008 Solo Exhibition: Fondle Without Tenderness", 20 December, 2008 - 18 January, 2009. Literature: Liao Yu-an 2008 Solo Exhibition: Fondle Without Tenderness, Asia Art Center, Taipei, 2009, p.71.

NT$ 120,000-220,000 HK$ 30,500-56,000 US$ 3,880-7,110

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1010

b.1968 2005 No.1 2005 No.1 2005 oil on canvas 120x80 cm XiaoTong SHEN 2005 120 x 80 cm 47.2 x 31.5 in. 2015 12 03 2016 01 08 2004-2005 2005 22

SHEN Xiao Tung

Portrait No.1

Oil on canvas 2005

Signed on the reverse: titled, painted, sized, named in Chinese and English, dated 2005, Cheng Du in Chinese.

Provenance: Accompanied by a gallery guarantee letter

Exhibition:

SHINE Art Space, Shanghai, "Images Temptatio of SHEN Xiao Tong", 3 December, 2015 - 8 January, 2016.

Literature: Images Temptatio Selected works 2005-2006 of SHEN Xiao Tong, SIMIN Art Space, Singapore, 2005, p.22.

NT$ 130,000-160,000 HK$ 33,100-40,700 US$ 4,200-5,170

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1011

b.1970

2008 Kiriko Iida 2008. Jan. 45 x 37 cm 17.7 x 14.6 in.

IIDA Kiriko

Blindness

Oil on canvas 2008

Signed on the reverse: Kiriko Iida 2008. Jan. Provenance: Accompanied by a gallery guarantee letter signed by the artist

NT$ 85,000-130,000 HK$ 21,600-33,100 US$ 2,750-4,200

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1979

Lot 1012 No.2

1012 b.1961 No.2 2006

Xiaofang Yuan Xiaofang 2006 90 x 120 cm 35.4 x 47.2 in.

YUAN Xiao Fang

Glass Flower in Blossom Series - Fight Plan No.2 Oil on canvas 2006

Signed: named Xiaofang in Chinese and English, dated 2006. Provenance: Accompanied by a gallery guarantee letter

NT$ 220,000-320,000 HK$ 56,000-81,400 US$ 7,110-10,340

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1919 (1909-1993) (1912-1985) (1912-) (1913-1982) (1913-1995) (1917-2000) (b.1919) (b.1922) (1934-2007) (b.1962) 1929

Lot1016 Lot1018 1995 11

1935 ( ) 1951 Lot 1016 1996 Lot 1018 Lot 1019

(Gustave Moreau) (Lucien Simon) Lot 1013 Lot1013
Lot1118 Lot1113 1913 20 1939 1953 ( ) 30 1982 Lot 1017 Lot 1118 1917 1935 1945 1959 1992 Lot 1020 Lot 1116 Lot1110 Lot 1021 Lot 1117 1934 2002 Lot 1114 2003 Lot 1115 1990 Lot 1014 8 1999 1999 12
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1013 1909-1993 32 x 47.5 cm 12.6 x 18.7 in. 1997 93 HU Shan Yu Landscape Oil on paper Signed lower left: named Shan Yu in Chinese. Literature: Paintings of Hu Shanyu, Caves Art Center, Taipei, 1997, p.93. NT$ 200,000-300,000 HK$ 50,900-76,300 US$ 6,460-9,690
1014 b.1968 8 1999 ZHANG JUN Sep.99 72 x 99.5 cm 28.3 x 39.2 in. ZHANG Jun Still Life Oil on canvas 1999 Signed upper right: named ZHANG JUN, dated Sep.99. NT$ 180,000-240,000 HK$ 45,800-61,100 US$ 5,820-7,750 14
1015
43 x 34 cm 16.9 x 13.4 in.
1913-1982
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FEI Yi Fu  Mogao Grottoes Oil on paper NT$ 150,000-200,000 HK$ 38,200-50,900 US$ 4,850-6,460

LIN Da Chuan

Countryside

Oil on canvas

The artist's wife noted on the reverse: The last work of my late husband, LIN Da Chuan, HU Ai Li.

NT$ 300,000-400,000

HK$ 76,300-101,800 US$ 9,690-12,920

1016 1912-1985 24.5 x 41cm 9.6 x16.1in.
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YANG Zu Shu

By the Mountains and Rivers

Oil on paper 1980

Signed lower left: named Zu Shu Yang in English and Chinese, dated 1980. Literature: The Second Generation of Chinese Oil Painters: A Collection of Yang Zushu's Paintings, Caves Art Center, Taipei, 1995, p.53.

NT$ 100,000-200,000 HK$ 25,400-50,900 US$ 3,230-6,460

1017 1913-1995 1980 Zu Shu Yang 1980 26 x 38 cm 10.2 x 15 in. 1995 53
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1018

b.1912

1995

H.WANG 1995

38.5 x 45.5 cm 15.2 x 12.4 in.

WAN Hao

Landscape

Oil on board 1995

Signed lower right: named H.WANG, Hao in Chinese, dated 1995.

NT$ 180,000-240,000 HK$ 45,800-61,100 US$ 5,820-7,750

1019

b.1912

1987

H.W. 1987.1 30.5 x 40 cm 12 x 15.8 in.

WAN Hao

Landscape

Oil on board 1987

Signed lower right: named H.WANG, Hao in Chinese, dated 1987.1.

NT$ 110,000-180,000

HK$ 28,000-45,800 US$ 3,550-5,820

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1020

1917-2000 1992 S.T chang 1992. 29.5 x 42.5 cm 11.6 x 16.7 in.

ZHANG Zi Zheng Landscape Oil on canvas 1992 Signed lower left: S.T chang, Zi Zheng in Chinese, dated 1992.

NT$ 100,000-140,000 HK$ 25,400-35,600 US$ 3,230-4,520

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DAI Ze

Florist’s Daisy Oil on canvas 1995

Signed lower right: named DAI Ze, dated 1995. Noted in the reverse: named DAI Ze, dated 1995, titled, hanging scroll.

NT$ 400,000-500,000 HK$ 101,800-127,200 US$ 12,920-16,160

1021 b.1922 1995 1995 1995 100 x 80 cm 39.4 x 31.5 in.
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Lot 1022

1965 1990

1022 b.1965 2006

120 x 100cm 47.2 x 39.3 in.

XUE

Song Homecoming Mixed media on canvas 2006

Signed lower right: named XUE Song in Chinese.

NT$ 750,000-900,000 HK$ 190,800-229,000 US$ 24,230-29,080

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1971 1965 ( ) (1902-1983) (1902-1976) (1907-1995) (1920-2015) (1912-1996) 1979 1989 1990 Lot 1023 Lot 1024 Lot 1025

The tenacity of plant vitality is also beyond our expectations. It is always silent on the outside but strong on the inside. But sometimes the life of plants is also very fragile and short. It makes me understand the profound meaning and truth of the sentiment of life. "

Lot 1024 "Pride" and Lot 1025 "Maple Leaf'' drawn in the early 1990s are all representative works of this series. Plant roots, stems, leaves, and flowers grow and spread gently from the painting, exuding a soft and steady oriental charm, and achieving a natural and internal balance between figurative and abstract. Just like Yang Chihung's explanation of plants: "The growth of plants is magical. It has a hidden power, persistent and firm. But it is so fresh and natural at the same time. And there is always a kind of joy of growth.

1023 b.1947 1990 Chihung Yang The Veil of Time 1990 141.5 x 101.5 cm 55.7 x 40 in.

CHIHUNG YANG 1992 10 31 11 22 1997 4 1967-2014 2014 181 2020 103

YANG Shi Hong

The Veil of Time

Acrylic on canvas 1990 Signed on the reverse: Chihung Yang The Veil of Time 1990. Exhibition: "CHIHUNG YANG ", Taipei Times Gallery, Taipei, 31 October, 1992 - 22 November, 1992.

Literature:

Nature Within, InSian Gallery, Taipei, 1997, p.4.

Yang Chihung 1967-2014, Asia Art Center, Taipei, 2014, p.181.

Yang Chi-hong, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Art, Taichung, 2020, p.103.

NT$ 800,000-1,000,000 HK$ 203,600-254,500 US$ 25,850-32,310

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1024 b.1947 1993 Chihung Yang © 1993 80 x 60 cm 31.5 x 23.6 in.

YANG Shi Hong Pride

Acrylic on canvas 1993 Signed on the reverse: Chihung Yang © 1993. Provenance: Accompanied by a gallery guarantee letter signed by the artist

NT$ 220,000-300,000 HK$ 56,000-76,300 US$ 7,110-9,690

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1025

b.1947

1990-1991 C.Yang 90-91 Chihung Yang 1990 1991 38.5 x 31 cm 15.2 x 12.2 in.

YANG Shi Hong

Maple Leaf

Acrylic on canvas 1990-1991 Signed lower left: C.Yang 90-91. Signed on the reverse: Chihung Yang 1990 1991 leaf.

NT$ 65,000-100,000 HK$ 16,500-25,400 US$ 2,100-3,230

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Michell HWANG

My King Oil on canvas 1992 Signed lower right: named Che in Chinese, dated 1992. NT$ 280,000-400,000 HK$ 71,200-101,800 US$ 9,050-12,920

1026 b.1948 1992 1992 65.3 x 53 cm 25.7 x 20.9 in.
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1027 1926-2017 1994 1994 4F 24.3 x 33.5 cm 8.5 x 12 in.

SHEN Che Tsai

Ballerina

Oil on canvas 1994

Signed lower right: named Che Tsai in Chinese, dated 1994.

Noted on the reverse: named SHEN Che Tsai in Chinese, 4F, ballerina I.

NT$ 90,000-130,000 HK$ 22,900-33,100 US$ 2,910-4,200

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1028

1895-1977

1921

Institutfranco-chinois de Lyon) Beaux-arts de Lyon) Beaux-arts de Paris Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma) 1937 Lot 1028 (Giorgione) (Sleeping Venus)

37.5 x 39.8 cm 14.8 x 15.7 in. Lot526

PAN Yu Liang Nude

Oil on board Signed lower right: named Yu Liang in Chinese. Provenance: Acquired by the current collector from Zhen Cang Auction, Beijing, Lot526.

NT$ 950,000-1,200,000 HK$ 241,700-305,300 US$ 30,690-38,770

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1918 18 1925 1970 1991 1960 Lot 1029 Lot 1030

1029 1900-1991

50 x 48cm 19.6 x 18.8 in.

1996 11 3 Lot 240

LIN Feng Mian Autumn

Ink and color on paper, framed Signed lower left: Lin Feng Mian in Chinese. Provenance: 3 November, 1996, Christie's, HONG KONG, Fine Chinese Modern Ink Paintings, Lot 240 'Autumn'.

NT$ 1,600,000-2,200,000 HK$ 407,100-559,800 US$ 51,700-71,080 31
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LIN Feng Mian Lady

Ink and color on paper

Signed lower left: Lin Feng Mian in Chinese.

Provenance: Private Collection, France (acquired directly from the artist in the 1940s-1950s, and thence by descent to the present owner)

23 November, 2014, Christie's, HONG KONG, Asian 20th Century Art, Lot 273 'Lady'.

NT$ 600,000-700,000 HK$ 152,700-178,100 US$ 19,390-22,620

1030
1900-1991 34.5 x 22 cm 13.6 x 8.7 in. 1940 1950 2014 11 23 Lot273
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Lot 1031 1967 Lot 1966 1970 1980 Lot1035 1956

1923 1943 ( ) 1979 5 1930 1956 Lot 1035 V (Bernard Buffet 1928-1999) 1948 1950 34

Lot 1038 Lot 1034

1979 Lot 1032 Lot 1033 1980 Lot 1036 Lot 1037 Lot 1038 Lot 1036 Lot 1037 35

1031

1923-1981

54 x 39 cm 21.3 x 15.4 in.

SHIY De Jinn

Double Sided Portrait

Charcoal on paper

Signed right side: named SHIY De Jinn in Chinese.

NT$ 90,000-150,000 HK$ 22,900-38,200 US$ 2,910-4,850

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SHIY De Jinn

Tamsui at Dawn Ink and color on paper 1979

Signed lower left: named SHIY De Jinn in Chinese, dated 1979.

Inscribed with two seals of the artist.

NT$ 300,000-400,000 HK$ 76,300-101,800 US$ 9,690-12,920

1032 1923-1981 1979 1979 45 x 55 cm 17.7 x 21.6 in.
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SHIY De Jinn

Qixing Mountain Watercolor on paper 1979 Signed lower right: named SHIY De Jinn in Chinese, dated 1979.

NT$ 450,000-600,000 HK$ 114,500-152,700 US$ 14,540-19,390

1033 1923-1981 1979 1979 56 x 75 cm 22 x 29.5 in.
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SHIY De Jinn Bauhinia Watercolor on paper

Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist by collector Kang Shihao 3 October, 2016, Poly Auction, Hong Kong, Chinese and Asian Modern and Contemporary Art, Lot116 'Bauhinia'.

NT$ 360,000-420,000 HK$ 91,600-106,900 US$ 11,630-13,570

1034 1923-1981 39 x 58 cm 15.4 x 22.8 in. 2016 10 3 Lot116
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SHIY De Jinn

Young Girl

Ink and color on paper 1956

Signed upper left: named SHIY De Jinn in Chinese, dated 1956.

NT$ 500,000-600,000

HK$ 127,200-152,700 US$ 16,160-19,390

1035 1923-1981 1956 1956 60.5 x 58 cm 23.8 x 22.8 in.
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SHIY De Jinn

Tamsui Village

Watercolor on paper 1980

Signed lower left: named SHIY De Jinn in Chinese, dated 1980.

NT$ 450,000-600,000 HK$ 114,500-152,700 US$ 14,540-19,390

1036 1923-1981 1980 1980 56.5 x 76.8 cm 22.2 x 30.2 in.
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SHIY De Jinn

Guguan Scenery

Watercolor on paper 1980

Signed lower left: named SHIY De Jinn in Chinese, dated 1980.

NT$ 450,000-600,000 HK$ 114,500-152,700 US$ 14,540-19,390

1037 1923-1981 1980 1980 57 x 76.5 cm 22.4 x 30.1 in.
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SHIY De Jinn

Buffalo on the Shore

Ink and color on paper 1980

Signed lower right: named SHIY De Jinn in Chinese, dated 1980.

Inscribed with two seals of the artist.

NT$ 300,000-400,000 HK$ 76,300-101,800 US$ 9,690-12,920

1038 1923-1981 1980 1980 68.5 x 67.5 cm 26.9 x 26.5 in.
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1039

1923-1981

1967 1967

25.6 x 33.4 cm 10.1 x 13.1 in.

SHIY De Jinn

Recital

Ink on paper, framed 1967

Signed lower right: named SHIY De Jinn in Chinese, dated 1967.

NT$ 60,000-90,000 HK$ 15,300-22,900 US$ 1,940-2,910

1040 喆 b.1934 喆 50 x 60 cm 19.7 x 23.6 in.

CHUANG Che

Abstract

Mixed media on canvas

Signed lower right: named CHUANG Che in Chinese.

NT$ 60,000-90,000 HK$ 15,300-22,900 US$ 1,940-2,910

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1041

b.1935

A003-A0005 1977 HSIAO 1977 185 x 55 cm 72.8 x 21.7 in.

HSIAO Chin Zen NO.A003-A0005 Acrylic on canvas 1977 Signed below: HSIAO and Chin in Chinese, dated 1977.

NT$ 420,000-550,000 HK$ 106,900-139,900 US$ 13,570-17,770 1935 1949 1950 1961 ( ) 2014

HSIAO Chin was born in Shanghai, China in 1935. His father HSIAO You Mei founded China's first conservatory of music and was an enlightener of modern Chinese music. In 1949, he came to Taiwan with his uncle. HSIAO's artistic development was inspired by LI Chun Shan, and together with HO Kan, HSIA Yan and WU Hao and other LI's apprentices, they established Taiwan's first modern art group, "Tong Fang Painting Association", with the purpose of conveying the spirit of oriental culture.

In the late 1950s, HSIAO Chin traveled around Spain, Italy, Paris, New York. He lived abroad for many years, constantly thinking about the integration of the spiritual meaning of oriental culture and modern art. He is one of the founders of the "Punto International Art Movement", dedicated to explore the finitude of infinity, trying to comprehend the true meaning of life. HSIAO Chin returned to Kaohsiung in 2014 and established the "HSIAO Chin International Art Foundation".

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1932 琹 1949 Lot 1042 ( 206) Lot 1043 ( 250) Lot 1042 ( 206) Lot 1043 ( 250)

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LI Chun Shan Untitled Watercolor and ink on paper

Provenance: Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity issued by Li Chun Shan Fine Art Foundation

NT$ 120,000-160,000 HK$ 30,500-40,700 US$ 3,880-5,170

1042 1912-1984 206 27 x 38.5 cm 10.6 x 15.2 in.
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LI Chun Shan Untitled Watercolor and ink on paper

Provenance: Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity issued by Li Chun Shan Fine Art Foundation

NT$ 120,000-160,000 HK$ 30,500-40,700 US$ 3,880-5,170

1043 1912-1984 250 27 x 39 cm 10.6 x 15.4 in.
48

WU Lung Jung

Swans in Lotus Pond Oil on canvas 1990 Signed lower left: named L. R. Wu. Provenance: Accompanied by a gallery guarantee letter signed by the artist NT$ 150,000-200,000 HK$ 38,200-50,900 US$ 4,850-6,460

1044
1990 L. R.
53 x 45.5 cm 20.9 x 17.9 in.
b.1935
Wu
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1045 1909-2003 1975 1975 MA PAI SUI 40 x 51 cm 15.7 x 20.1 in.
Riverside
and ink on paper 1975 Signed lower left: named Pai Sui in Chinese, dated 1975.
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MA Pai Sui
Watercolor
NT$ 80,000-130,000 HK$ 20,400-33,100 US$ 2,580-4,200
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( ) 1977 1946 ( ) 1979 Lot 1047

1046 1917-2008 28.5 x 34.5 cm 11.2 x 13.6 in.

LIN Chih Chu

Epiphyllum

Eastern Gouache on silk

Signed upper right: named Chih Chu in Chinese. Provenance:

Father of the current collector and the artist were neighbors and colleagues at Taiwan Provincial Junior Teachers College

NT$ 400,000-500,000 HK$ 101,800-127,200 US$ 12,920-16,160

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b.1931 1987 Ho.Chauchu 1987 Riverside Ho.Chauchu 1987 60 x 45 cm 23.6 x 17.7 in.

HO Chau Chu

Guan Yin Mountain Oil on canvas 1987

Signed lower left: named Ho.Chauchu, dated 1987. Noted on the reverse: Riverside, Chinese Pavilion, named Ho.Chauchu in English and Chinese, dated 1987.

NT$ 80,000-130,000 HK$ 20,400-33,100 US$ 2,580-4,200

1047
53

LIU, Max Sweet Home in Africa

Mixed media on cotton, mounted on cardboard

Signed lower left: named Liu Chi Wei in bopomofo, dated 1988.

NT$ 260,000-360,000 HK$ 66,200-91,600 US$ 8,400-11,630

1048 1912-2002 1988 ˇ '88 71 x 54 cm 28 x 21.3 in.
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1980 1990 Lot 1049 1900 1904 Lot 1050 Lot 1051

1049 ( 1949-2013) 1991 130 x 96.5 cm 51.1 x 37.9 in. 2009 157

CHIU Ya Tsai

Vase

Oil on canvas 1991 Signed lower right: named CHIU Ya Tsai in Chinese. Literature: CHIU Ya Tsai, Ming Art Gallery, Taipei, 2009, P.157.

NT$ 800,000-1,300,000 HK$ 203,600-330,800 US$ 25,850-42,000

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CHIU Ya Tsai Pray

Oil on canvas 1991 Signed lower left: named CHIU Ya Tsai in Chinese.

Literature: CHIU Ya Tsai, Ming Art Gallery, Taipei, 2009, p.92-93. NT$ 1,200,000-2,000,000 HK$ 305,300-508,900 US$ 38,770-64,620

x
1050 1949-2013 1991 130 x 97 cm 51.2
38.2 in. 2009 92-93
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CHIU Ya Tsai

Coat Man

Oil on canvas

Signed lower left: named CHIU Ya Tsai in Chinese. Literature: CHIU Ya Tsai , Goethe Art Center, Taichung, 2013, P.64.

NT$ 1,200,000-2,000,000 HK$ 305,300-508,900 US$ 38,770-64,620

1051 1949-2013 131 x 81 cm 39.3 x 31.6 in. 2013 64
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1052

1912-1996 1955

27 x 39 cm 10.6 x 15.4 in. 2006 159

HUNG Rui Lin Miners

Pastel on paper 1955

Literature: Treasury of Elders , Goethe Art Center, Taichung, 2006, p.159.

NT$ 80,000-130,000 HK$ 20,400-33,100 US$ 2,580-4,200

1053

1913-1991 1990

53 x 65 cm 20.9 x 25.6 in.

LIN Yuan Defenders

Oil on canvas 1990

Signed lower right: named LIN Yuan in Chinese, dated 1990.

Noted on the frame: titled defenders.

NT$ 50,000-80,000 HK$ 12,700-20,400 US$ 1,620-2,580

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1928 1947 36 1934 1962 ( ) 1967 2022 12 120 Lot 1055 Lot 1054
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1054 1902-1983 Mei Shu 24 x 33.5 cm 9.4 x 13.2 in. LI Mei Shu Landscape Oil on canvas Signed lower left: named Mei Shu in Chinese. NT$ 480,000-600,000 HK$ 122,100-152,700 US$ 15,510-19,390
1055 1902-1983 45.5 x 53 cm 17.9 x 20.9 in.
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LI Mei Shu Chihkan Tower Oil on canvas Signed lower left: named Mei Shu in Chinese. Provenance: Accompanied by a guarantee letter signed by the artist's eldest son NT$ 1,200,000-1,600,000 HK$ 305,300-407,100 US$ 38,770-51,700

1947 1951

1926 8 (18981961) (1901-?) 1927 ( ) 1929 1940 226 1958 2 48 1929 1939 1950 1952 1971 Lot1056 Lot1057

(1926-1997) 1954 71 ( ) 1903 1920 (18711945) (1894-1943) (1895-1947) (1906-1931) (19021983) (1908-1995) (1901-1974) 1925 1929 ( ) ( ) 63

In addition to being a painter, RAN In Ting was also an art teacher, magazine president and editor-in-chief, a writer, and even a cultural ambassador. He was an anomaly among the senior painters under Taiwan's Japanese Rule who have ventured into the fields of media and diplomacy. In 1954, RAN was invited by the United States Department of State to exhibit in the United States for his outstanding performance in farming the countryside during his tenure in the magazine publishing house. He took over the chairmanship of Chinese Television System Inc.at the age of 71, and was also diligent in publishing articles in newspapers and magazines.

In 1903, RAN was born into a poor family in YiRAN. In 1920, he returned to his alma mater, Luodong Public School (now Luodong Elementary School) as an art teacher. He met his mentor in his artistic career, the Japanese watercolor painter ISHIKAWA Kinichiro (1871-1945), and became the favorite one among his students. With ISHIKAWA’s assistance, RAN obtained the qualifications, scholarships and subsidization of the Taipei Normal School as an elective student. ISHIKAWA

even recommended him to be the first in Taiwanese to work as an art teacher in 1929 at Taipei First Girls High School and Second Girls High School, the schools that only Japanese study.

In 1926, RAN participated in the organization of Taiwan's earliest painting group "Seven Stars Painting Group", which aimed to promote Taiwan's Western painting style. Being selected in the Taiwan Art Exhibition for 6 years continuously since 1926 was not only an honored affirmation, but also meant that his personal style had formed. In early 1940, he held a watercolor solo exhibition at the Taipei Education Center, and in 1958," RAN In Ting presents Scenes of America" was jointly organized by the United States Information Service and the National Museum of History. Those were the few solo exhibitions that RAN held in Taiwan during his lifetime. He actively participated in watercolor competitions in various countries, exhibited around the world, and joined foreign painting societies in England, Italy, China, and France. He was considered one of the top

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Lot1122 Lot1058 Lot1059 Lot1123 Lot1058 1970 55.5 x 78 cm (21.9 x 30.7 in.)

ten watercolor painters in the world in the first session of the European Art Critic Society and the American Art Critic Society 1971.

The misty rain and the rushing clouds are the most striking impressions of RAN's watercolor paintings. The rainy Yilan is vividly represented in front of viewer’s eyes through his brushstrokes. Lot1056 "Returning Sails" , colorful fishing boats moored in order, sails and mast flags flying in the air, fishmans chatting with each other, it is a moment of leisure amid hard work. Rain is a common theme of Lan's painting, Lot1057's "Small Town" adopts a diagonal layout. The blue and purple sky, gathering clouds, rustling wind, and the bustling villagers on the trail heading to the village, some of them strolling with umbrellas, others walking quickly, implying that the storm is coming. Lot1122 "Washing by the River" depicts women doing laundry by the water, a young woman walking up the stairs along the right side, carrying her clothes back home, showing a simple rural daily life.

Lot1058 "Fields on the Plain" is not only one of his few large-scale works, but also one of the rare creations in his watercolors that deviate from the use of blue and purple colors. Peasants wearing bamboo hats, holding sickles, surrounded by chickens and ducks, are busy harvesting in golden rice fields under blue cloudy sky, the scene evokes the memory of tranquil countryside. Looking at Lot1059 "Working on the Fields in Spring" is like looking down at the countryside. Your sight first falls on the moving ducks in the lower right corner, following the path, we can see the ox carts and farmers, the red brick houses, the bamboo forests, and the mountains in clouds and mists in the distance, presenting a peaceful scene. The fusion of Western watercolor and Eastern ink constructs RAN’s unique painting style, Lot1123 "The Way Back Home" uses ink and lines to complete the chiaroscuro that Western paintings value, and at the same time highlights the tenderness and slenderness of oriental ink sketches.

Lot1057 1965 39 x 58.1 cm 15.4 x 23 in. Lot1059 1969 48.5 x 65.5 cm 19.1 x 25.8 in. 66

RAN In Ting

Returning Sails Watercolor on paper 1966 Signed lower left: named Ran In-Ting in English and Chinese, FORMOSA 8.1966. Literature: Agriharvest x Great Artists in Yilan: Double Exhibition of Ran InTing and Yuyu Yang, Cultural Affairs Bureau Yilan County, Yilan, 2018, p.39. NT$ 800,000-1,600,000 HK$ 203,600-407,100 US$ 25,850-51,700

1056 1903-1979 1966 Ran In-Ting FORMOSA 8.1966 38.3 x 56 cm 15.1 x 22 in. 2018 39
67

RAN In Ting

Small Town

Watercolor on paper 1965

Signed lower left: named Ran In-Ting in English and Chinese, FORMOSA 6.1965.

Literature: Agriharvest x Great Artists in Yilan: Double Exhibition of Ran InTing and Yuyu Yang, Cultural Affairs Bureau Yilan County, Yilan, 2018, p.33.

NT$ 800,000-1,600,000 HK$ 203,600-407,100

US$ 25,850-51,700

1057
1903-1979 1965 Ran In-Ting FORMOSA 6.1965 39 x 58.1 cm 15.4 x 23 in. 2018 33
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RAN In Ting

Fields on the Plain Watercolor on paper 1970 Signed lower right: named Ran In-Ting in English and Chinese, TAIWAN 8.1970.

Literature: Agriharvest x Great Artists in Yilan: Double Exhibition of Ran In-Ting and Yuyu Yang, Cultural Affairs Bureau Yilan County, Yilan, 2018, p.55.

NT$ 1,500,000-2,600,000 HK$ 381,700-661,600 US$ 48,470-84,010

1058 1903-1979 1970 Ran In-Ting TAIWAN 8.1970 55.5 x 78 cm 21.9 x 30.7 in. 2018 55
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RAN In Ting

Working on the Fields in Spring Watercolor on paper 1969 Signed lower left: named Ran In-Ting in English and Chinese, TAIWAN 4.1969. Literature: Agriharvest x Great Artists in Yilan: Double Exhibition of Ran InTing and Yuyu Yang, Cultural Affairs Bureau Yilan County, Yilan, 2018, p.49.

NT$ 1,000,000-1,900,000 HK$ 254,500-483,500 US$ 32,310-61,390

1059 1903-1979 1969 Ran In-Ting TAIWAN 4.1969 48.5 x 65.5 cm 19.1 x 25.8 in. 2018 49
70

1060 b.1944 1999

67 x 69 cm 26.4 x 27.2 in.

HUANG Guang Nan

Styles on Streets

Ink and color on paper 1999

NT$ 50,000-80,000 HK$ 12,700-20,400 US$ 1,620-2,580

1061 b.1944 1999

67 x 69 cm 26.4 x 27.2 in. 1999

HUANG Guang Nan

New and Fresh

Ink and color on paper 1999

NT$ 50,000-80,000 HK$ 12,700-20,400 US$ 1,620-2,580

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Lot 1062 ( )

1920 1954 (1909-2003) (1910-1984) (1912-1996) (1914-2016) (1922-1983) 72

1991

LIAO Te Cheng

Fragrance of Flower(II) Oil on canvas 1991

Signed lower left: named Te, dated 1991.

Noted on the reverse: Fragrance of Flower(II), painted by LIAO Te Cheng, 1989-91.

Exhibition:

Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, " Liao Te-Cheng Retrospective", 28 September, 1991 - 1 December, 1991.

Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, " A Retrospective: Liao Te-cheng at the Age of Eighty", 13 October, 2001 - 2 December, 2001.

Literature: A Retrospective: Liao Te-cheng at the Age of Eighty, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, 2001, P.129.

The Complete Works of Taiwanese Fine Arts 18 LIAO Te Cheng, Artist Magazine, Taipei, 1995, P.158.

NT$ 1,800,000-2,200,000 HK$ 458,000-559,800 US$ 58,160-71,080

1062
1920-2015 1991 1991 60.5 x 45.5 cm 23.8 x 17.9 in. 1991 9 28 12 01 2001 10 13 12 2 2001 129 18 1995 158
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1063

1908–1993

1928 YoKAJO 1928-6 34 x 25 cm 13.4 x 9.8 in. 1998 150-151

YEH Huo Cheng Rose

Watercolor on paper 1928 Signed upper left: named YoKAJO, dated 1928-6.

Literature: YEH HUO CHENG , Goethe Art Center, Taichung, 2008, P.150-151.

NT$ 100,000-130,000 HK$ 25,400-33,100 US$ 3,230-4,200

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1064 b.1928 1990 45.5 x 38 cm 10.2 x 29.3 in.
Tang Rose Oil on canvas 1990 Signed lower left: named Bing Tang in Chinese. Provenance: Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity 76
NT$ 100,000-130,000 HK$ 25,400-33,100 US$ 3,230-4,200
ZHANG Bing
( ) ( ) KIGEN
1909 1929 1930 1975 67
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KIKEN 1994
Lot1071 1910 1929 12 Lot1071 1990 Lot1065 1983-1984
1912 1927 ( ) Lot1052 ( ) Lot1052 ( ) 1955 1914 1930 1964 1980 2003 Lot1066 Lot1067 Lot1066 1993 Lot1067 2006 Lot1062 ( ) 1991 1920 78

Mouve

1930 (Les Nabis) 1980 1983 1984 Lot 1065

CHEN Te Wang Guanyin Mountain Oil on canvas 1983-1984

Literature: The Complete Works of Taiwanese Fine Arts 15 CHEN Te Wang, Artist Magazine, Taipei, 1995, p.212-213.

Treasury of Elders, Goethe Art Center, Taichung, 2006, p.151.

Yang San-Lang, Chang Yi- Hsiung, Chen Te-Wang, Liao TeCheng: Masterpieces, Goethe Art Center, Taipei, 2011, p.26-27. Chen Te-Wang, Artist Magazine, Taipei, 2001, p.128.

NT$ 2,200,000-3,000,000 HK$ 559,800-763,400 US$ 71,080-96,930

1065
1910-1984 1983-1984 61 x 73 cm 24 x 28.9 in. 15 1995 212-213 2006 151 2011 26-27 2011 128
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CHANG Yi Hsiung  Tulip Oil on canvas 1993 Signed lower left: dated 1993, named Chang.Y.. Literature: Chang Yi-Hsiung, Goethe Art Center, Taichung, 2011, p.162. NT$ 200,000-300,000 HK$ 50,900-76,300 US$ 6,460-9,690

1066 1914-2016 1993 93 Chang.Y. 45.5 x 52.5 cm 17.9 x 20.7 in. 2011 162
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1067 1909-2003 2006 06 . CHANG.Y. 45.5 60.5 cm 17.9 23.8 in.

CHANG Yi Hsiung

Mountains of Hakuba Oil on canvas 2006 Signed lower left: 06 . CHANG.Y. Provenance: Accompanied by a gallery guarantee letter signed by the artist and a photo of the artist and the work

NT$ 280,000-360,000 HK$ 71,200-91,600 US$ 9,050-11,630

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1962 Lot1068 1942 ( )

1068 1902-1976

1942-1943

44 x 37.5 cm 17.3 x 14.8 in. 2017 415 4 1992 55

LIAO Chi Chun

Vase

Oil on board 1942-1943 Literature: Centurial Rarity: Complete Works of Liao Chi-Chun, Ever Harvest Art Gallery, Taipei, 2017, p.415. The Complete Works of Taiwanese Fine Arts 4 LIAO Chi Chun, Artist Magazine, Taipei, 1992, P.55.

NT$ 4,000,000-5,000,000 HK$ 1,017,800-1,272,300 US$ 129,240-161,550

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1927 1934 1931 1982 Lot 1069 Lot 1070 1990

1069

1907-1995 1982 S. YANG

50 x 60.5 cm 19.7 x 23.8 in.

YANG San Lang Street Scene

Oil on canvas 1982 Signed lower right: named S. YANG Provenance: Accompanied by a gallery guarantee letter signed by the artist

NT$ 480,000-550,000 HK$ 122,100-139,900 US$ 15,510-17,770

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86

YANG San Lang

1990 S.
x
x
1070 1907-1995
YANG 53
45.5 cm 20.9
17.9 in.
87
A Corner of the Courtyard Oil on canvas 1990 Signed lower right: named S. YANG Provenance: Accompanied by a gallery guarantee letter signed by the artist NT$ 400,000-500,000 HK$ 101,800-127,200 US$ 12,920-16,160

1071 1909-2003 1990 CHANG1990 CHANG. 31.5 x 41 cm 12.4 x 16.1 in. 1997 74 2006 142

CHANG Wan Chuan

Fish and Wine Bottle

Oil on canvas 1990

Signed lower left: named CHANG in English and Wan in Chinese. Noted on the reverse: red seabream, named CHANG in English and Wan in Chinese, dated 1990.

Literature:

CHANG WAN CHUAN, Goethe Art Center, Taichung, 1997, p.74.

Treasury of Elders, Goethe Art Center, Taichung, 2006, p.142.

NT$ 150,000-200,000 HK$ 38,200-50,900 US$ 4,850-6,460

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1933 ( ) (1896-1994) (1893-1975) (1902-1977) (1898-1971)

Lot1073

Lot 1072

Lot 1074 Lot1077 Lot 1078 (1997 )

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WANG Pan Youn

Hermit in Secluded Woods

Watercolor on paper

Signed lower right: named P.Y.. Literature:

A Century of The Chinese Paintings Tour Exhibition, Chan Liu Art Museum, Taipei, 2016, p.177.

NT$ 150,000-260,000 HK$ 38,200-66,200 US$ 4,850-8,400

1072 1909-2017 P. Y. 38 x 32 cm 15 x 12.6 in. 2016 177
90

WANG Pan Youn  Autumn Forest Watercolor on paper Signed lower right: named P.Y.. Provenance: Acquired by the present collector from the artist's family

NT$ 220,000-300,000 HK$ 56,000-76,300 US$ 7,110-9,690

1073 1909-2017 P. Y. 38 x 53 cm 15 x 20.9 in.
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1074 1909-2017 P.Y. 53 x 52 cm 20.9 x 20.5 in. WANG Pan Youn  Rising Sun Watercolor on paper Signed upper right: named P.Y. NT$ 320,000-400,000 HK$ 81,400-101,800 US$ 10,340-12,920 92

1949

1075 1909-2017 Wang P.Y. 60.5 x 72.5 23.8 x 28.5 in.

Lot 1075 V 1952 Lot1076

WANG Pan Youn  Homeland Return Oil on canvas Signed lower left: named Wang P.Y.. Provenance: Former collection of Dr. and Mrs. Li Acquired by the present owner from the above

NT$ 1,800,000-2,200,000 HK$ 458,000-559,800 US$ 58,160-71,080

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WANG Pan Youn

Reflection Watercolor on paper Signed lower right: named P.Y.. Literature: 2013 Yilan Art Exhibition , Cultural Affairs Bureau Yilan County, Yilan, 2013.

1076 1909-2017 P. Y. 38 x 53 cm 15 x 20.9 in. 2013 NT$ 360,000-500,000 HK$ 91,600-127,200 US$ 11,630-16,160
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1077

1909-2017

86 x 48 cm 33.9 x 18.9 in.

WANG Pan Youn  Circular Ink on paper, hanging scroll

NT$ 85,000-150,000 HK$ 21,600-38,200 US$ 2,750-4,850

Lot1077

1078 1909-2017 1980 (1997)

70 x 69.2 cm 27.6 x 27.2 in. 2003 27

WANG Pan Youn  Delight of Seclusion Ink on paper, framed 1980

Literature: Loneliness, China Times Publishing Co., Taipei, 2003, p.27.

NT$ 130,000-180,000 HK$ 33,100-45,800 US$ 4,200-5,820

Lot 1078

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1079

1909-2017

65.5 x 46.5 cm 25.8 x 18.3 in.

WANG Pan Youn  Mountain and the Moon Ink on paper, framed

NT$ 55,000-90,000 HK$ 14,000-22,900 US$ 1,780-2,910

1080 1925-1996 1972

95 x 63 cm 37.4 x 24.8 in.

CHIANG Chao Shen  Profusion Crabapple Ink on paper, hanging scroll 1972

NT$ 140,000-190,000 HK$ 35,600-48,300 US$ 4,520-6,140

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Lot1080 61

1925-1996 1992 1992 62 x 98.4 cm 24.4 x 38.7 in. 1992 7 11 1992 11 29 A082 2015 3 25 2016 3 19 38 1992 8 2015 58-59

CHIANG Chao Shen

Mist Over River and Mountains Ink on paper, framed 1992

Exhibition: "The 13th National Art Exhibition of The Republic of China ", National Taiwan Arts Education Center, Taiwan, 11 July, 1992 - 29 November, 1992, No. A082 "From the Inkwell Flies the Fish of the Dark Northern Sea: The Calligraphy and Painting Exhibition of Jiang Zhaoshen", Taiwan Soka Association, Taiwan, 25 March, 2015 - 19 March, 2016, No. 38

Literature:

The 13th National Art Exhibition of The Republic of China, The National Taiwan Art Education Center, Taipei, 1992, p.8 From the Inkwell Flies the Fish of the Dark Northern Sea: The Calligraphy and Painting Exhibition of Jiang Zhaoshen , Taiwan Soka Association, Taipei, 2015, p.58-59

NT$ 650,000-850,000 HK$ 165,400-216,300 US$ 21,000-27,460

1082 1925-1996 1989

94.5 x 16 cm x 2 37.2 x 6.3 in. x 2

CHIANG Chao Shen  Calligraphy

Ink on paper, framed

Provenance: Acquired from Gloria Art Center

NT$ 110,000-150,000 HK$ 28,000-38,200 US$ 3,550-4,850

1081
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1083

1915-2002

1996 1996

120 x 59 cm 47.2 x 23.2 in.

CHEN Ting Shih Mountains

1936

Ink and color on paper, hanging scroll 1996

NT$ 120,000-160,000 HK$ 30,500-40,700 US$ 3,880-5,170

1084

1918-2000 1979 1979

101.7 x 47.5 cm 40 x 18.7 in.

SUN Yun Sheng Guanyin

Ink and color on silk 1979

NT$ 60,000-90,000 HK$ 15,300-22,900 US$ 1,940-2,910

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1085 1871-1937 1976 1976 1977 13 60.5 x 48 cm 23.8 x 18.9 in.

FU Chuan Fu Route in a Cloud of Dust Ink and color on paper 1976

Literature:

Prof.Fu Chuan-Fu Paintings, Hwa-cheng Book Co., Taipei, 1977, picture 13.

NT$ 80,000-130,000 HK$ 20,400-33,100 US$ 2,580-4,200

1086

b.1957 2007 160.5 x 53 cm 63.2 x 20.9 in.

Lot1086

NT$ 150,000-190,000 HK$ 38,200-48,300 US$ 4,850-6,140

WU Shi Wei Spontaneous Ink on paper, hanging scroll 2007 100

1087

1925-1996 1992 1992

62 x 98.4 cm 24.4 x 38.6 in.

CHIANG Chao Shen  Landscape Ink and color on paper, framed, 1992

Provenance: Accompanied by a gallery guarantee letter signed by the artist

NT$ 650,000-850,000 HK$ 165,400-216,300 US$ 21,000-27,460

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1088

1935 1978 1978 61 x 95 cm 24 x 37.4 in.

2014 6 4 A Lot3134 1978

OU Hao Nien

Landscape

Ink and color on paper, framed 1978

Provenance: 4 June, 2014, Poly, Beijing, Contemporary Chinese Paintings And Calligraphy, Lot 3134 'Landscape'.

NT$ 100,000-150,000 HK$ 25,400-38,200 US$ 3,230-4,850

1089 1935 1999 1999 34 x 134 cm 13.4 x 52.8 in.

2014 6 4 A Lot3142 1999

OU Hao Nien

Scene After Du Fu's Poem

Ink and color on paper, framed 1999

Provenance:

4 June, 2014, Poly, Beijing, Contemporary Chinese Paintings And Calligraphy, Lot 3142 'Scene After Du Fu's Poem'.

NT$ 100,000-150,000 HK$ 25,400-38,200 US$ 3,230-4,850

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1941 1960 1970 Lot1090

JIA You Fu

Autumn Skyline of Tai-Hang Mount

Ink and color on paper, hanging scroll Signed above: named You Fu in Chinese. Provenance: June 14, 1998, Heritage Arts, Taiwan, Fine Modern Oil Paintings, Sculpture, Watercolors, Chinese Ink and Color Paintings, Lot 139 'Autumn Skyline of Tai-Hang Mount'.

NT$ 8,500,000-11,000,000 HK$ 2,162,800-2,799,000 US$ 274,640-355,410

1090 b.1942
180 x 76 cm 70.9 x 29.9 in. 1998 6 14 1998 6 Lot139
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1092

1091

1896-1963

31 x 19.5 cm 12.2 x 7.7 in.

1896-1963

PU Ru

Color-Ink Painting

Ink on silk, framed

Signed left side: named Hsin-Yu in Chinese.

NT$ 300,000-400,000 HK$ 76,300-101,800 US$ 9,690-12,920

94.5 x 34 cm 37.2 x 13.4 in.

Lot1092 1957

PU Ru  Calligraphy

Ink on paper, framed Signed lower left: named HsinYu in Chinese. (19182000)1936

NT$ 220,000-300,000 HK$ 56,000-76,300 US$ 7,110-9,690

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1093 1892-1996 1980 1980 126.5 x 89 cm 49.8 x 35 in. ZHU Qi Zhan Boundless Blue Sky Ink and color on paper, hanging scroll 1980 NT$ 200,000-300,000 HK$ 50,900-76,300 US$ 6,460-9,690
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1926 20 1970 1970 Lot 1094 Lot 1095 ( ) Lot 1094 Lot 1095 ( )

YANG Ying Feng, named Yuyu, was born in Yilan in 1926.

He once worked in the magazines"Feng Nian"with Lan Yinding, who is a Taiwanese watercolor painter.

In 1970, he made a big splash at the Osaka International Exposition with the sculpture of a phoenix spreading its wings, which symbolizes Chinese culture.

Three years later, he was recommended by the Chinese architect I.M. and made the "East West Gate" by Oriental Philosophy.After that he become an internationally renowned sculpture master.

In addition to studying sculpture creation, Yang is also interested in and promotes the work of nurturing art such as life aesthetics, public art, and landscape sculpture.

YANG said: "I have studied Chinese culture and life aesthetics all my life, and found that the simple,healthy, and harmonious cultivation of the Wei and Jin Dynasties is the spirit of Chinese culture.

I hope to apply its spiritual modernization to life aesthetics and guide China.Make it modernizatio,internationalization and provide a new direction and new hope for the chaos caused by utilitarian and materialistic values around the world.”

After 1970s, YANG's sculpture style became more mature, adopting the abstract vocabulary of modernism, combined with stainless steel metal materials, expounding the profound cultural heritage of China,among which Lot 1094 "East West Gate" and Lot 1095 "Advent of the Phoenix II", in His "Stainless Steel Series" of modern sculpture plays a pivotal

role. Lot 1094 "East West Gates" is extracted from Chinese garden landscaping techniques, using the "moon gate" shape as the main body, taking the "circle" from the "square", and using the "circle" as a "screen" to place obliquely in front. It makes it difficult for the viewer to see through the hollowed out part, just like the spirit of Chinese philosophy, which cannot be easily understood for a while; secondly, the "circle" is used as a mirror to observe oneself, and provides a place for meditation and reflection in the perfect image of the moon gate.

" Advent of the Phoenix" has developed four forms in YANG's artistic career. YANG once made the following statement about this series: "The phoenix is the most beloved spiritual bird and auspicious bird in China. The rhyme conveys the longing for the ideal realm, as if all the beauty and goodness come flying on the wings of the phoenix. The smooth and concise curvature and the cloud water patterned on the iceclean surface symbolize the freedom of flying on the top of the mountain and among the water Leisurely." Lot 1095 " Advent of the PhoenixII" takes the phoenix turning its head up as the main character.

With the traditional Chinese paper-cut and paper carving techniques, the simple stainless steel sheets are assembled layer by layer. The pieces are slender and smooth.

While turning the body, the stainless steel The material reflects the external environment on it, as if riding on the wings of a phoenix, flying vigorously, soaring into the sky, and setting off to pursue dreams.

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1926-1997 1973 05/20 '73 YUYU YANG 89 x 89 x 52 cm 35 x 35 x 20.5 in. 2016 82 2005 258 1926-1997 2006 173

YANG Yu Yu

East West Gate

Stainless steel 1973 (05/20)

Signed right side: named YUYU YANG in English and Chinese, dated 1973.

Provenance: Accompanied by a guarantee letter issued by Yuyu Yang Art Education Foundation Literature:

Minds . Collided: Exhibition of Yuyu Yang, Yuyu Yang Art Education Foundation, Taipei, 2016, p.82.

YUYU YANG CORPUS Volume 1, Artist Magazine, Taipei, 2005, p.258.

refer to YUYU YANG: Vanguard on Native Soil, Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Art, Kaohsiung, 2006, p.173.

NT$ 260,000-320,000 HK$ 66,200-81,400 US$ 8,400-10,340

East West Gate stainless steel (1926 - 1991) ( 2006 173

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1926-1997

1970 5/10 '70 5/10 67 x 60 x 95.5 cm 26.3 x 23.6 x 37.5 in. 2005 236 2016 78

YANG Yu Yu

Advent of the Phoenix II Stainless steel 1970 (5/10)

Signed: named Yu Yu, Osaka 5/10, dated 1970. Provenance: Accompanied by a guarantee letter issued by Yuyu Yang Art Education Foundation Literature:

YUYU YANG CORPUS Volume 1, Artist Magazine, Taipei, 2005, p.236.

Minds Collided: Exhibition of Yuyu Yang, Yuyu Yang Art Education Foundation, Taipei, 2016, p.78.

NT$ 1,000,000-1,200,000 HK$ 254,500-305,300 US$ 32,310-38,770

Advent of the Phoenix stainless steel (1926 - 1991) ( 2006 171

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1096 b.1938 1991 '91

62 x 73.7 x 110.3 cm 24.4 x 29 x 43.4 in.

JU Ming

Living World Series

Stainless Steel 1991 Signed on the reverse: named JU Ming in Chinese, dated 1991.

Provenance: Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity issued by JU MING Culture & Education Foundation.

NT$ 2,800,000-3,200,000 HK$ 712,500-814,200 US$ 90,470-103,390

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31 1980 Lot 1096
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PU Hao Ming , who was born in an artistic family during Japanese rule, not only inherited the artistic enthusiasm of his grandfather CHEN Cheng Bo, but also influenced by his sculptor father PU Tian Sheng’s rigorous creative attitude.

The formation of PU Hao Ming's sculpture style was based on learning the advantages of other artists, it can be divided into 2 stages: first, after graduating from the Chinese Culture University in 1967, he began the training for sculpture as his father as his tutor for thirteen years, learning from Fumio Asakura’s western classical sculpture techniques and concepts from classical Greece to modern Rodin; secondly, he went to Belgium and France take up advanced studies from 1980 to 1984,and followed the trend of Western abstract sculpture. He was selected into the French Artists Salon, Paris Autumn Salon and French Independent Salon. After completing his studies, he began to establish his own language of art, and developed modern sculpture creations that not only inherit the classics but also are loyal to himself.

Lot 1097

1097 b.1944 2/12 2010 53 x 47 x 71 cm 20.9 x 18.5 x 28 in. 2016 16

PU believes: "Getting to the bottom of it, the root of the evolution of form, in classical traditional sculpture, will give great strength, and there will be no lack of development." The tradition of realistic sculpture has always provided infinite inspiration for creators, and the emergence of the classical realistic series is Pu’s derived and earliest series of creations. The realistic sculpture expresses the softness and gentleness of the oriental human body. Lot 1097 " Silence" takes PU’s wife as model. The woman sits with her feet sideways, her body leans slightly to the other side, her arms tilt to the right, one hand is hidden behind her back, the other rests on her calf, she bows her head in silence, revealing the dignity and restraint of an oriental woman , and shape the beauty of the human body with fineness.

PU Hao Ming Silence

Bronze (2/12) 2010

Provenance: Accompanied by a guarantee letter signed and issued by PU Hao Ming Atelier Literature: Leisurely Transformation, PU Hao Ming Atelier, Taipei, 2016, p.16.

NT$ 280,000-400,000 HK$ 71,200-101,800 US$ 9,050-12,920

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Maurice de Vlaminck 1876 1900 André Derain 1905 Henri Matisse (Salon des Independants et d'Automne) 1907 1925 1954 1956 Lot 1098

Maurice de VLAMINCK was born in Paris in 1876 and worked as a stage designer, writer, music teacher and professional cyclist. He mainly learned his painting skills by self-studying, and his styles had changed differently throughout his life. In 1900, he met André DERAIN, one of the founders of Fauvism, they rented a studio together in the same year, and started a period of mutual inspiration in creation, and were deeply influenced by Van Gogh's use of bright colors. DERAIN once wrote when recalling the relationship between the two: " Immersed in color all day long, talking about color and the sun that brings it to life.”

In 1905, they and Henri MATISSE caused a sensation at the Paris Autumn Salon (Salon des Indépendants et d'Automne). Their works were pure and strong, those were beyond all values, artistic and cultural references at that time, howling with color , overturning the exhibition hall. This is how "Fauvism" comes from. Since then, Vlaminck has become famous in the painting world. His brushstrokes are broad and confident, and he expresses wild and unruly creativity with strong colors. After 1907, Vlaminck was influenced by Cézanne, and the color scheme tended to be unified, relatively calm, and spatial geometry and lines were used. In 1925, bold and courageous to change, he combined Van Gogh's passionate brushstrokes with Cézanne's stable composition to create a unique self-style.

In 1954, he was invited to participate in the Venice Biennale. In 1956, he was elected as an academician of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerpen. His landscape paintings are extraordinary, and he is regarded as the real landscape painting master of modern art.

Lot 1098 "Storm" is an extraordinary landscape creation that combines unrestrained strokes, use of color, and love for nature. VLAMINCK’s sky is dense with dark clouds,with rain, hail and natural disasters, and the last few flat clouds capture the light and illuminate the canvas. Large areas of yellow and green are spread out as the main colors. The strong contrast between the upper and lower color lump and the light and dark tones make the picture full of tension, as if far away from the glitz of the city, in the endless wheat field. The dark trees grow frantically on the left,adding some natural dynamics to the open plains.

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1098 1876 - 1958 Vlaminck 60 x 73.5 cm 23.6 x 28.9 in.
Oil on canvas Signed lower right: Vlaminck. Provenance: Acquired by the current collector from Europe NT$ 4,000,000-5,000,000 HK$
US$ 129,240-161,550 118
Maurice de VLAMINCK Storm
1,017,800-1,272,300

1928 1943 Bernard Buffet 1947 19 1948 (Deux hommes dans une chambre) (Le Grand Prix de la Critique)

(Maurice Garnier) 1973 8000

1971 1974 2016 1999 71 Lot1099 20

1099

1928-1999 1948 Bernard Buffet 48 38 x 55 cm 15 x 21.7 in. 2014 12 10 Lot 151

Bernard BUFFET

Nature morte à la lampe et aux tomates Oil on canvas 1948

Signed upper left: Bernard Buffet 48. Provenance:

Accompanied by a gallery guarantee letter

Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity issued by Galerie Maurice Garnier

10 December, 2014, TAJAN, Paris, Modern Arts, Lot 151'Nature morte à la lampe et aux tomates'.

NT$ 3,800,000-5,000,000 HK$ 966,900-1,272,300 US$ 122,780-161,550

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Born in Paris in 1928 and entered theNational School of Fine Arts in Paris when it was 1943, the French expressionist master Bernard BUFFET has been highly favored since the beginning of his artistic career. In 1947, at the age of 19, he held his first solo exhibition in Paris, which sold out his works. In 1948, he won the Critics' Prize (Le Grand Prix de la Critique) for "Two Men in a Room" (Deux hommes dans une chambre). After that, he became famous internationally, and in the same year, he met the gallery owner MauriceGarnier (Maurice Garnier), the two have collaborated since then. Buffet was also selected as one of the ten outstanding postwar artists, and exhibited worldwide. In 1973, Japanese collector OKANO Kiichiro established Bernard Buffet Museum in Japan. Buffet created more than 8,000 works in his lifetime, which are high quality and rich in variety, including subjects such as portraits, landscapes, still lifes, and history and religion.

Buffet's works have a distinctive style. In the era when abstract art prevailed, he still insisted on defending expressive figurative art style. For him, painting is not for analysis, but for feeling. He uses dark black, brown, and green tones to express the tall and angular figures in the picture, with a strong sense of verticality, filled with emptiness and silence. It is a portrayal of the state of anger, sorrow, and despair of hardly finding a way out for young people in France that have been through World War II.

In the 1960s, when abstraction was highly praised.Buffet's obsession with his own style once caused him to fade out of the French art circle. Even though he was awarded ‘’ The National Order of the Legion of Honor’’ in 1971, and became a member of the French Academy of Fine Arts in 1974. Until 2016,. The solo exhibition held at Paris' Museum of Modern Art and Montmartre Museum brought him back into the visionof the French public and gained belated recognition. Buffett suffered from Parkinson's disease in his later years and was unable to paint anymore. He committed suicide in 1999 at the age of 71.

Lot 1099 " Nature morte à la lampe et aux tomates " is a classic stilllife work that Buffet draw when become famous overnight at the age of 20. With beige as the main tone, the background expresses the artist's crazy waving, as if scratching. The lines are black and thick, and common daily elements such as dining tables, kerosene burner, tableware and food are displayed in the enclosed space, presenting the life of the French people after world war. People sometimes regard his stilllife works as tragic works. In fact those are the true reflection of the impoverished reality of the time, a testimony to the chaotic post-war era.

Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity issued by Galerie
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Maurice Garnier

1100 · · 1716-1791 Jeune Femme 22 x 22 x 66.5 cm 8.7 x 8.7 x 26.2 in.

2012 9 25 Galerie Moderne Lot 429 Jeune Femme

Étienne Maurice FALCONET

Jeune Femme

Marble

Signed right side: Falconnet.

Provenance: 25 September, 2012, Galerie Moderne, Art & Antiques, Lot 429 'Jeune Femme'.

NT$ 260,000-380,000 HK$ 66,200-96,700 US$ 8,400-12,280

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Lot 1101

Salvador DALI 1904 25 1929 1933

Salvador DALI was a representative figure of Surrealism in the 20th century art world. Born in Spain in 1904, at the age of 25, he participated in and devoted himself to the surrealist movement, and developed the paranoiac-critical method to pursue a more active and conquering way of expression. The period from 1929 to 1933 can be said to be the most diverse one of Dali's creations. He was good at transferring certain parts of the objects in his works into other things, producing a different visual effect.

DALI has attracted worldwide attention for daring to challenge established concepts and subverting traditional aesthetics and social values. His works are full of energy, trying to shake off the shackles of reason and to dig out the truest side of human beings. With unexpected transformation, surprising decomposition and assembly, combined with dreamlike colors, presents a kaleidoscopic work that seems to declare that absolute personal freedom is the perfect guarantee for the progress of human civilization.

Lot1101 "Melting Clock", a softly deformed clock hanging from a branch of a tree, with the hour hand pointing at six. In the surrealist imagination, time and space are both illusory and unreal. There is no past and future in dreams, and the rules constrained by time in the real world are gradually disintegrating, opening up endless space for imagination.

1101 1904-1989

104/350 1984 Dali © Jemelton 1984

57 x 34 x 24 cm 22.4 x 13.4 x 9.4 in.

Salvador DALI

Melting Clock

Bronze (104/350) 1984 Signed on the base: Dali. Stamped with the foundry mark: © Jemelton 1984.

NT$ 190,000-260,000 HK$ 48,300-66,200 US$ 6,140-8,400

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NARITA Satoko was born in Aichi Prefecture, Japan in 1970, and is currently working in Nagoya. Three years after graduating from the Design Department of the Faculty of Art of the Aichi Prefectural University of Arts and Music, she entered the Toyama City Institute of Glass Art for the Glass Certification Studies Program. In 2000, she was selected into the New Glass Review 22 of the Corning Museum Of Glass in the United States, winning the affirmation of international awards. She also received a commendation for her achievements in the field of picture book illustration. In 2004, she won the Grand prize in the 20th Nissan Grand Prize of a Fairy Tale and a Picture and subsequently published the picture book "Kakashigon(The Scarecrow)".

Narita Satoko was invited to participate in sculpture exhibitions in major cities in Japan, Suzhou in China and Taichung in Taiwan. She held three exhibitions at Galerie Pierre in Taichung: a group exhibition "Daily un Daily" in 2014, a double solo exhibition “Fascinated Moment” in 2016 , and another double solo exhibition "Warm Flavoured" in 2019.

She is known for combining two completely different materials, wood and glass, to create innocent creatures with different expressions and postures. The round shape and rough texture of wood, and the transparent and cold surface of glass, give a harmonious feeling of warmth and coldness.

Lot 1102 "Looking up at the Sky" The creature raised his head slightly, looking at the clouds and birds in the sky with a calm expression, standing alone, immersed in his own fantasy world. His big face is decorated with small facial features and looks innocent and cute, and the creature makes himself more amiable with his scent of wood wafting through the air.

1970 NARITA Satoko 24 2000 NewGlassReview22 2004 20 2014
2016 2019 Lot 1102
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b.1970

2015 2015 SATOKO NARITA

24.5 x 24.5 x 56 cm 9.6 x 9.6 x 22 in.

NARITA Satoko

Looking up at the Sky Glass and wood 2015 Signed on the base: named SATOKO NARITA, dated 2015.

NT$ 220,000-320,000 HK$ 56,000-81,400 US$ 7,110-10,340

1102
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1952 1960 1970 Lot 1103

Walasse TING went to Paris in 1952. During his stay there, his horizons broadened with Henri Matisse’s influences. His painting style was gradually moved towards using simplistic lines and flat composition. The traditional Western one-point perspective and shade and shadow painting techniques were no longer used in Ting’s works. He otherwise painted more straightforward and sketched more quickly.

In 1960, Ting moved to New York and developed his now distinctive style using Chinese calligraphic brushstrokes to define outlines and filling flat areas of color with vivid paint. His styles changed from the early abstract paintings to the depiction of nude body.

Ting was popular with using freehand brushwork to combine female nudes and lush flowers to create poetical feelings. Perhaps some individuals think that the eroticism of the women depicted in his paintings is too strong. But Ting was generously admitted that he appreciated the flirtatious of female bodies and visiting the red-light districts without being affected by the rumors.

Lot 1103 "three women "based onmagenta, with graceful curves, holding flowers shows Ting’s love for women. It creates a unique female image. He likes to use colored pencil, and uses a more freehand way to praise women’s posture. He uses gorgeous the flat paintbrush with acrylic paints to paint the space within lines. It expresses the unrestrained picture structure and makes the whole picture look natural and chic.

Walasse TING

Three Women Acrylic on paper

Provenance: 1 April, 2019, Sotheby's, Hong Kong , Modern and Contemporary Southeast Asian Art, Lot 203 'Three Women'.

NT$ 850,000-1,100,000 HK$ 216,300-279,900 US$ 27,460-35,540

1103 ( 1929-2010) 179 96 cm(70.4 37.7 in. ) 2019 4 1 Lot203
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1952 (Pierre Alechinsky) (Asger Jorn) (Karel Appel) CoBrA 1970

Lot 1104 Lot 1165

Walasse TING Beauty In Flowers Acrylic, ink on paper

“You can see the spirit of natural beauty in a stranger, and even the tremendous spirit of humanity and beauty of life in an empty white wall. At this stage you don’t want to paint, you just want to wait until your blood courses quickly through your veins, and you can only see the image but not the brush; you can just see the world, not the painting; you just see love but not yourself.” 1104 1929-2010 70 x 120 cm 27.6 x 47.2 in. 2021 12 2 Lot2639

Provenance: 2 December, 2021, Poly International Auction Co.,Ltd, Beijing, Modern and Contemporary Art, Lot 2639 'Beauty In Flowers'. NT$ 700,000-850,000 HK$ 178,100-216,300 US$ 22,620-27,460

129 鈐印:採花大盜(朱文)
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George CHANN 1925 21

(The Otis Art Institute) 1947 1949 50 (Jason POLLOCK) Willem de KOONING 1960 1970 1980 Lot 1105

George CHANN was born in Guangdong but left for the United States with his father in 1925. He attended Otis College of Art and Design at 21 and began teaching there after he graduated. When CHANN returned to his homeland from 1947 to the end of 1949, he was touched by the ancient Chinese culture, which prompted his concern and understanding about China. CHANN went back to the United States in the 50’s when Abstract Expressionism was starting to become a prominent school. Jason Pollock's “drip technique” and Willem de KOONING's “action painting” inspired him to start the experiment going from concrete to abstract art. CHANN created his unique Chinese modern abstract style by combining ancient ritual bronzes and Chinese calligraphy elements. He ravaged and destroyed them, or modified them by clipping, blurring the text, then collaging and mounting them on the canvas.

In the 1970s and 1980s, CHANN’s raffish abstract creations matured, but he still draws on traditional Western motifs. Lot 1105 "Still Life" is an outstanding work completed under this circumstance. The use of colors such as green, yellow, red and blue with high chroma and low value creates a lively atmosphere. Massive amount of English newspapers are glued together and covered under the paint, adding another textual variety to his painting that oil alone would not have achieved. Guided by the yellow and red lines, a sloping table seems to appear at the lower right, flamboyant blooming flowers placed on it present a vibrant and youthful still life work, which is completely different from the tranquil feeling that still life paintings usually give.

1105 1913-1995 1970-1980 56.5 x 45 cm 22.2 x 17.7 in.

George CHANN  Still Life

Oil on paper, mounted on canvas 1970-1980s

NT$ 380,000-480,000 HK$ 96,700-122,100 US$ 12,280-15,510

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CHAO Chung Hsiang

Untitled Ink and acrylic on paper 1983 Signed lower right: named Chung Hsiang in English and Chao in Chinese, dated 1983.

1910 1949 1956 (Yves Klein) 1980 1984 1990 1970 1983 Lot 1106

1106 1910-1991 1983 Chao 83 44.5 x 44.7 cm 17.5 x 17.6 in. 2014 4 6 Lot 145
Provenance: 6 April, 2014, Poly, Hong Kong, Chinese and Asian Modern & Contemporary Art, Lot 145 'Untitled'. NT$ 300,000-400,000 HK$ 76,300-101,800 US$ 9,690-12,920 133

Dennis HWANG Horse

Acrylic on canvas 1992 Signed lower right: named Zhi Chao in Chinese, Hwang in English, dated 1992.

NT$ 95,000-150,000 HK$ 24,200-38,200 US$ 3,070-4,850

1107 b.1941 1992 Hwang 92 69.5 x 55 cm 27.4 x 21.7 in.
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1108 b.1936 2020 2020 100 x 200 cm 39.4 x 78.7 in.

PANG Jiun

Spring of Li River

Oil on canvas 2020

Signed lower right: named PANG Jiun in Chinese, dated 2020.

Provenance: Accompanied by a gallery guarantee letter signed by the artist and a photo of the artist and the work.

NT$ 7,500,000-10,000,000 HK$ 1,908,400-2,544,500 US$ 242,330-323,100

2020 Lot1108

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1109 b.1936 2003 2003 PANG JIUN, 2003, 53 x 45.5 cm 10F 53 x 45.5 cm 20.9 x 17.9 in. PANG Jiun Spirea Oil on canvas 2003 Signed lower left: named PANG Jiun in Chinese, dated 2003.
the reverse: titled, medium, sized, named in Chinese and
dated 2003. 137 NT$
HK$
US$
Noted on
English,
460,000-550,000
117,000-139,900
14,860-17,770
1110 b.1919 1994 1994 25 x 37 cm 9.8 x 14.6 in. LIU Yi Wen Danchi Reservoir Oil on canvas 1994 Signed lower left: named LIU Yi Wen, dated 1994 NT$ 80,000-130,000 HK$ 20,400-33,100 US$ 2,580-4,200 138

YANG Shin Sheng Abstract

Oil on canvas 1984 Signed lower right: named YANG Shin Sheng in Chinese and English, dated 1984.

NT$ 220,000-280,000 HK$ 56,000-71,200 US$ 7,110-9,050

1111 1938-2013 1984 H.S.Yang 1984 100 x 80 cm 39.4 x 31.5 in.
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1112 1938-2019 -1 1990 90 x 90 cm 35.4 x 35.4 in. LEE Shi Chi Tipping Point -1 Mixed Media 1990 Provenance: Accompanied by a gallery guarantee letter signed by the artist NT$ 320,000-420,000 HK$ 81,400-106,900 US$ 10,340-13,570 140

1943 1963 21 1945 (15771640) (1599-1660) (1780-1867) 1951 ( ) 1977

Lot1112

Lot1015 1980 1113 1913-1982 89 x 71.5 cm 35.4 x 28.1 in.

鈐印:費以復(朱文)

FEI Yi Fu Harvest Oil on canvas

NT$ 800,000-1,200,000 HK$ 203,600-305,300 US$ 25,850-38,770

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1114 1934-2007 2002 2002.5. 65 x 81 cm 25.6 x 31.9 in.
143
DU Yong Qiao    Landscape Oil on canvas 2002 Signed lower left: named Yong Qiao, dated 2002.5. NT$ 220,000-300,000 HK$ 56,000-76,300 US$ 7,110-9,690
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1115 1934-2007 2003 2003.5. 65 x 80 cm 25.6 x 31.5 in. DU Yong Qiao    Landscape Oil on canvas 2003 Signed lower right: named Yong Qiao, dated 2003.5. NT$ 220,000-300,000 HK$ 56,000-76,300 US$ 7,110-9,690
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1116 1917-2000 S.T chang 26.5 x 38 cm 10.4 x 15 in. ZHANG Zi Zheng Landscape Oil on canvas Signed lower right: S.T chang NT$ 80,000-130,000 HK$ 20,400-33,100 US$ 2,580-4,200
1117 b.1922 1992 74 x 47 cm 29.1 x 18.5 in.
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DAI Ze Landscape Oil on canvas 1992 Signed lower right: named DAI Ze, dated 1992 NT$ 180,000-260,000 HK$ 45,800-66,200 US$ 5,820-8,400

1118

1913-1995 1981

Zu Shu Yang 1981 71.5 x 51 cm 28.1 x 20.1 in.

1995 50-51

YANG Zu Shu

The Melody of Dawn Oil on canvas 1981

Signed lower right: named Zu Shu Yang in English and Chinese, dated 1981.

Provenance: Accompanied by a gallery guarantee letter Literature: The Second Generation of Chinese Oil Painters: A Collection of Yang Zushu's Paintings, Caves Art Center, Taipei, 1995, p.50-51.

NT$ 300,000-400,000 HK$ 76,300-101,800 US$ 9,690-12,920

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1119

b.1949 1995 JIANG 4.95 P10 95.4 38.3 x 55 cm 15.1 x 21.7 in.

JIANG Da Hai

Woods of Fontainebleau Oil on canvas 1995 Signed lower left: JIANG 4.95 Noted on the reverse: titled Woods of Fontainebleau, P10, named JIANG Da Hai in Chinese, dated 95.4 Provenance: Accompanied by a gallery guarantee letter

NT$ 100,000-130,000 HK$ 25,400-33,100 US$ 3,230-4,200

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1120

b.1972 2005 2005

Cao Jing Ping Gone with wind No. 9 200 x 70cm 78.7 x 27.5 in.

CAO Jing Ping

Gone with the Wind No. 9

Acrylic on canvas 2005

Signed lower right: named Jing Ping in Chinese, dated 2005. Noted on the reverse: named Cao Jing Ping, titled Gone with wind No. 9 in English and Chinese.

NT$ 200,000-300,000 HK$ 50,900-76,300 US$ 6,460-9,690

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LI Chung Chung Silence

Ink and color on paper 2012

Signed right side: named LI Chung Chung in Chinese, dated 2012.

Literature: Conception of Ink: Ink Painting Works in Honor of Lee Chung Chung's 70 Years of Age, Ou-Wang Cultural Foundation, Tainan, 2012, p.20.

NT$ 220,000-320,000 HK$ 56,000-81,400 US$ 7,110-10,340

1121 b.1942 2012 2012 2012 20 100 x 70 cm 39.4 x 27.6 in.
151

RAN In Ting

Washing by the River Ink on paper

Signed lower right: named Ran In-Ting in English and Chinese, FORMOSA

NT$ 200,000-300,000 HK$ 50,900-76,300 US$ 6,460-9,690

1122 1903-1979 Ran In-Ting FORMOSA 19.5 x 27 cm 7.7 x 10.6 in.
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RAN In Ting

The Way Back Home Ink on paper

Signed lower left: named Ran In-Ting in English and Chinese, FORMOSA

NT$ 200,000-300,000 HK$ 50,900-76,300 US$ 6,460-9,690

1123 1903-1979 Ran In-Ting FORMOSA 19 x 28 cm 7.5 x 11 in.
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134.5 x 41.5 cm 53 x 16.3 in.

KUO Hsueh Hu

Parrots and Red Lichee

Ink and color on paper, hanging scroll Signed lower right: painted by Hsueh Hu in Chinese.

NT$ 120,000-180,000 HK$ 30,500-45,800 US$ 3,880-5,820 1908 2007 99 27 Lot 1124

1124 1908-2012
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1125 b.1941 2010 91 x 44 cm 35.8 x 17.3 in. O O 2009 48-49

LI Yi Hong A Sunny Day Ink and

color on paper, framed 2010

Literature: Unlimited Horizon - A Painting and Calligraphy Exhibition of Lee Yi-hung , Department of Cultural and Recreational Affairs, Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau, Taipei, 2009, p.4849. NT$ 400,000-500,000 HK$ 101,800-127,200 US$ 12,920-16,160

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1126 b.1952 31.5 x 41 cm 12.4 x 16.1 in.

CHAN Chien Yu Bird Talk

Ink and color on paper

Signed lower left: named Chien Yu in Chinese. Provenance: Accompanied by a gallery guarantee letter

NT$ 90,000-190,000 HK$ 22,900-48,300 US$ 2,910-6,140

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1127 b.1952

38 x 59 cm 15 x 23.2 in.

CHAN Chien Yu

Mandarin Duck

Ink and color on paper

Signed lower left: named Chien Yu in Chinese. Provenance: Accompanied by a gallery guarantee letter

NT$ 150,000-200,000 HK$ 38,200-50,900 US$ 4,850-6,460

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1892-1996

1984 1984

86.5 x 47cm 34.1 x 18.5 in.

ZHU Qi Zhan

Bell Rings in the Ancient Temple

Ink and color on paper, hanging scroll 1984

Signed upper left: named  ZHU Qi Zhan  in Chinese.

NT$ 150,000-260,000

HK$ 38,200-66,200 US$ 4,850-8,400

1129 ( 1893-1977) b.1932

102 x 34.5 cm 40.2 x 13.6 in.

1998

MA Shou Hua

ZHENG Shan Shi

Bamboo

Ink on paper, hanging scroll

Signed upper left: named MA Shou Hua in Chinese.

NT$ 30,000-40,000

HK$ 7,600-10,200

US$ 970-1,290

1128
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1130 b.1932 1974 105 x 37.5 cm 41.3 x 14.8 in. 1974 2015 10-11

ZHENG Shan Shi Cow and Cowboy Ink and color on paper, framed 1974

Literature: Zheng Shan Shi Selection, Hung Ting Art, Taichung, 2015, p.10-11.

NT$ 130,000-180,000 HK$ 33,100-45,800 US$ 4,200-5,820

1131 b.1935 1994 104.5 x 64 cm 41.4 x 25.2 in. 1994

OU Hao Nien Landscape Ink and color on paper, framed 1994

NT$ 180,000-260,000 HK$ 45,800-66,200 US$ 5,820-8,400

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1132

1921-2007

1985

98.5 x 68cm 38.8 x 26.8 in. 1985

CHENG Shi Fa

The Beauty

Ink and color on paper, framed 1985

Signed upper right: named CHENG Shi Fa in Chinese.

NT$ 200,000-300,000 HK$ 50,900-76,300 US$ 6,460-9,690

1133

1925-1997

67 x 66.5 cm 26.3 x 26.2 in

HUANG Chou

Donkeys

Ink and color on paper, framed

NT$ 300,000-380,000 HK$ 76,300-96,700 US$ 9,690-12,280

160

1134 1923-2013 1984 40 x 61 cm 15.7 x 24 in. 1984 1984 22-23

WU Xue Rang

Butterflies and Azalea

Ink and color on paper, framed 1984

Literature: Paintings by WU HSUEH-JANG'S , Chi Wuxuan, Taipei, 1984, p. 22-23.

NT$ 60,000-85,000 HK$ 15,300-21,600 US$ 1,940-2,750

1135 1928-2011 1996 1996

68 x 67 cm 26.8 x 26.4 in.

HUANG Lui Sang  Rose

Ink and color on paper 1996 Signed upper left: named Lui Sang in Chinese. Provenance: Mother of the current collector was a student of the artist, the work was given to her during Chinese New Year.

NT$ 36,000-60,000 HK$ 9,200-15,300 US$ 1,160-1,940

161

1928-2011 1994 1994

70.5 x 43 cm 27.8 x 16.9 in.

HUANG Lui Sang

Cotton Rose and Magpies

Ink and color on paper 1994

Signed lower right: named Lui Sang in Chinese.

Provenance:

NT$ 26,000-60,000

HK$ 6,600-15,300 US$ 840-1,940

Mother of the current collector was a student of the artist. The work was given to her during Chinese New Year. 1137

1928-2011 1995 1995

115 x 62 cm 45.3 x 24.4 in.

HUANG Lui Sang

Flowers

Ink and color on paper 1995

Signed upper left: named Lui Sang in Chinese.

Provenance:

Mother of the current collector was a student of the artist, the work was given to her during Chinese New Year.

NT$ 55,000-100,000

HK$ 14,000-25,400 US$ 1,780-3,230

1136
162

1138 b.1931 2012 Bernard CHAROY 27 x 35 cm 10.6 x 13.8 in.

Bernard CHAROY Kate

Oil on canvas 2012

Signed lower right: Bernard CHAROY. Provenance: Accompanied by a photo of the work signed by the artist Accompanied by a gallery guarantee letter

Accompanied by a photo of the work signed by the artist

Bernard Charoy Accompanied by a photo of the work signed by the artist

NT$ 200,000-300,000 HK$ 50,900-76,300 US$ 6,460-9,690

163
1139 b.1931 Bernard CHAROY 72.4 x 63.2 cm 28.5 x 24.9 in.
The Lady and Flowers Oil on canvas Signed upper left: Bernard CHAROY. NT$ 240,000-300,000 HK$
US$
164
Bernard CHAROY
61,100-76,300
7,750-9,690

Arman FERNANDEZ was born in Nice, France in 1928. Arman not only learned oil painting and photography from his father who was an antique dealer and an amateur cellist but also inherited the love for music and his preference for musical instruments from him. He had a degree in philosophy and mathematics, and studied at the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs(ENSAD) and Ecole du Louvre, these extensive learning experiences have formed a steady basis of imagination for his artistic creations.

Arman was deeply influenced by Dadaism and Pop Art, he was a leader of neo-realism and a master of contemporary accumulation art. His unique creatives and techniques have allowed him to hold a special place in the contemporary art circle. He was knighted in 1991, and received the Legion of Honor in 1993. His artworks are in the collections of world class museums such as Metropolitan Museum of Art, Tate Modern, and Centre Georges-Pompidou.

Accumulation is Arman's most famous style, he especially preferred to use daily utensils and industrial objects range from musical instruments, automobiles to clock parts. Through the division, disassembly and accumulation of repetition, Arman liberates the inherent concept of objects, gives a new definition to the things that we are used to, and preserves the objects in his unique way .

Lot1140 "Sans Titre" Arman cut out the shapes of a violin on blue, orange, and brown that are randomly painted on white paper, gluing them on the canvas, like a paper relief, showing natural bends and curves. The vivid colors are like a sequence of cheerful tunes, lively and rhythmic. Arman presents an intangible sense of music through figurative images, allowing viewers to witness the melody of violins.

Arman FERNANDEZ

Sans Titre

Mixed media on canvas 1988 Signed lower right: 88 arman.

Provenance: Acquired by the current collector from Europe

NT$ 700,000-1,000,000 HK$ 178,100-254,500 US$ 22,620-32,310

1140
1928-2005 1988 88 arman 123 x 123 cm 48.4 x 48.4 in.
Arman FERNANDEZ 1928
1991 1993 Lot 1140
165
166

1141

b.1959

48/50 1999 41.5 x 30 cm 16.3 x 11.8 in.

Lullaby Supermarket 2001 68

NARA Yoshitomo

Child of Ocean in the Floating World Print (48/50) 1999

Literature: Lullaby Supermarket , KADOKAWA Group Publishing CO., Ltd., Japan, 2001, p.68.

NT$ 160,000-200,000 HK$ 40,700-50,900 US$ 5,170-6,460

167

1142

NAKAMURA Moe Bambooshka Polystone (158/160)

Provenance: Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist Accompanied by original box

NT$ 120,000-190,000 HK$ 30,500-48,300 US$ 3,880-6,140

b.1988 158/160 15.5 x 16 x 21 cm 6.1 x 6.3 x 8.3 in. 11 x 10.2 x 15.5 cm 4.3 x 4 x 6.1 in.
168

1143

b.1929

16/20

THE BROAD THE BROAD® 16/20 ©YAYOI KUSAMA MADE IN JAPN 12 x 12 x 9.5 cm 4.7 x 4.7 x 3.7 in.

Stamped on the underside: THE BROAD, THE BROAD®, 16/20, ©YAYOI KUSAMA MADE IN JAPN

US$ 1,940-2,910

1144 b.1983 2019 230 16 x 14 x 31 cm 6.3 x 5.5 x 12.2 in.

APPortfolio

KOIZUMI Satoru Empty Bucket Resin 2019 Edition of 230 Provenance: Accompanied by a Certificate issued by APPortfolio Accompanied by original box
NT$ 40,000-65,000 HK$ 10,200-16,500 US$ 1,290-2,100 169
1145
600 42 x 29 cm x 4 16.5 x 11.4 in. x 4
170
b.1964 Sheep boy Little green apple Goat boy Polar bear boy
YAMAMOTO Mayuka Sheep boy Little green apple Goat boy Polar bear boy Poster (set of 4) Edition of 600 NT$ 60,000-100,000 HK$ 15,300-25,400 US$ 1,940-3,230

Daniel ARSHAM

Eroded Pikachu (Blue) Resin, aluminium oxide (231/500) 2020

Provenance: Accompanied by original box

NT$ 65,000-90,000 HK$ 16,500-22,900 US$ 2,100-2,910

1146
b.1980 231/500 2020 22 x 15.5 x 35.5 cm 8.7 x 6.1 x 14 in.
171

1147

b.1969

1&2&3 2020 500 60 x 40cm x 2 10.2 x 29.3 in. x 2 73 x 40cm x 1 10.2 x 29.3 in. x 1

KATO Izumi

Untitled 1; Untitled 2; & Untitled 3 Exhibition Poster Set

Offset in colors, paper 2020 Edition of 500 1148

NT$ 10,000-30,000 HK$ 2,500-7,600 US$ 320-970

1928-2002

E.S. 49/100 1987 IMAI 87 58.5 x 90 cm 23 x 35.4 in.

IMAI Toshinietsu

Autumn leaves

Print E.S. (49/100) 1987 Signed lower right: IMAI 87

No Reserve

172

1149 1926-2007 Ed P Guiramand 48 x 68 cm 18.9 x 26.8 in.

Paul GUIRAMAND

Woman and Bouquet Print Ed

Signed lower right: P Guiramand No Reserve

1150 ( b.1933)

a. b. a. 116/150 b. 131/150 Valadie 66 x 49 cm x 2 26 x 19.3 in. x 2

Jean Baptiste VALADIE

a. Hourglass b. Forbidden Fruit (set of 2) Print a.(116/150) b.(131/150)

Signed lower right: Valadie

No Reserve

173
1151
55 x 45 cm 21.7 x
in. 55 x 42.5 cm
x
42.5 x 55 cm
x
42.5 x 43 cm 16.7 x
55 x 42.5 cm
x
42.5 x 54 cm 16.7 x
KAWS (Brian DONNELLY) KAWS Poster (out of print) (set of 6) Inkjet printing NT$ 20,000-30,000 HK$ 5,100-7,600 US$ 650-970 174
KAWS b.1974
17.7
21.7
16.7 in.
16.7
21.7 in.
16.9 in.
21.7
16.7 in.
21.3 in.

1152

347 1968

1881-1973

Picasso 29.3.68.VII

Picasso 30.3.68 I

Picasso 1.ez April 1968

Picasso 6.4.68 III

30 x 36.5 cm 11.8 x 14.4 in.

38. x 27.2 cm 15 x 10.7 in.

36.1 x 27.5 cm 14.2 x 10.8 in.

39 x 28 cm 15.4 x 11 in.

Pablo PICASSO

Picasso 347 (set of 4)

Collotype printing 1968

Signed lower right: Picasso. Noted upper left: 29.3.68.VII

Signed lower right: Picasso. Noted upper right: 30.3.68 I

Signed lower right: Picasso. Noted upper right: 1.ez April 1968

Signed lower right: Picasso. Noted upper left: 6.4.68 III

NT$ 10,000-20,000

HK$ 2,500-5,100

US$ 320-650

175

1153

38/250

L Nechtschein Modigliani HHP1300

50.2 x 37.5 cm 19.8 x 14.8 in.

Amedeo MODIGLIANI

Woman with black tie

Print (38/250)

1884-1920

Signed lower right: L Nechtschein Modigliani ( name of the artist's granddaughter)

Noted on the reverse: HHP1300

No Reserve

1154

DM 1968 I 5/99 Tàpies

37 x 55 cm 14.6 x 21.7 in.

Antoni Tàpies

DM 1968 I

Lithograph (5/99)

Signed lower left: Tàpies.

1923-2012

No Reserve

176

1155 19272014 77/100 Weisbuch. agitato Furioso 34 x 29 cm 13.4 x 11.4 in.

Claude WEISBUCH

Agitato Furioso

Limited Print (77/100) Signed lower right: Weisbuch. Noted on the reverse: agitato Furioso

NT$ 30,000-60,000 HK$ 7,600-15,300 US$ 970-1,940

1156

1928-1999 1962 500 Bernard Buffet 51 x 40 cm 20.1 x 15.7 in.

Michèle Trinckvel 1979 206 ( 1982) 137

Bernard BUFFET

La Route

Lithograph 1962

Limited edition in 500 not numbered copies

Signed lower right: Bernard Buffet. Literature: Bernard Buffet Lithograph , Michèle Trinckvel, Draeger, Charles Sorlier., Paris: Draeger, 1979, p. 206. Dictionary of Western Art, Lionart, Taipei, 1982, p.137.

NT$ 80,000-130,000 HK$ 20,400-33,100 US$ 2,580-4,200

177

1157

CLAMP

23.5 x 26.7 cm 9.3 x 10.5 in.

CLAMP

"Magic Knight Rayearth"Animation Shooting with Hand-Painted Celluloid Manuscript

Anime Color on celluloid, paper

NT$ 10,000-30,000 HK$ 2,500-7,600 US$ 320-970

1158

1928-1989

26.5 x 33.5 cm 10.4 x 13.2 in.

TEZUKA Osamu

"Black Jack"Animation Shooting with Hand-Painted Celluloid Manuscript

Anime Color on celluloid, paper

NT$ 10,000-30,000 HK$ 2,500-7,600 US$ 320-970

1159

1160

23 x 26.5 cm 9.1 x 10.4 in.

"Transformer"Animation Shooting with Hand-Painted Celluloid Manuscript

Anime Color on celluloid, paper

NT$ 10,000-30,000 HK$ 2,500-7,600 US$ 320-970

22.8 x 26.5 cm 9 x 10.4 in.

"Space Pirate"Animation Shooting with Hand-Painted Celluloid Manuscript

Anime Color on celluloid, paper

NT$ 10,000-30,000 HK$ 2,500-7,600 US$ 320-970

178

1161

1926-1997

101/200 1959 Yang Yu Yu '59 101/200

26 x 74.5 cm 10.2 x 29.3 in.

1162

1932-2019

1971 28/30

Wu Hao 1971 Wu Hao 1973

46 x 82 cm 18.1 x 32.3 in.

YANG Yu Yu Space Egg

Lithograph (101/200) 1959

Signed below: named Yang Yu Yu in Chinese and English, titled Space Egg, dated 1959, numbered 101/200. Provenance: Accompanied by a gallery guarantee letter

NT$ 50,000-90,000 HK$ 12,700-22,900 US$ 1,620-2,910

WU Hao Tiger

Woodblock print 1971 (28/30)

Signed lower right: named Wu Hao in Chinese and English, dated 1971. Noted on the reverse: to Sheridan, tiger on holiday, Wu Hao 1973, Taipei.

Provenance: Collection of Sheridan and Sallie Bell October 6, 2020, Sotheby's, Hong Kong, Modern Art Day Sale, Lot 764 'Tiger'.

NT$ 50,000-80,000 HK$ 12,700-20,400 US$ 1,620-2,580

2020 10 6 Lot 764
179

1932-2019

1972 A/P

Wu Hao 1972

60 x 85 cm 23.6 x 33.5 in.

2020 10 6

Lot 764

WU Hao Rose

Woodblock print 1972 A/P

Signed lower right: named Wu Hao in Chinese and English, dated 1972.

Provenance:

Collection of Sheridan and Sallie Bell

October 6, 2020, Sotheby's, Hong Kong, Modern Art Day Sale, Lot 764 'Rose'.

1164

b.1936

8/70

Lin Chih Hsin

62 x 92.5 cm 24.4 x 36.4 in.

LIN Chih Hsin

Catching Dragonflies

Woodblock print

Signed below: named Lin Chih Hsin in Chinese and English, titled Catching Dragonflies.

NT$ 50,000-80,000 HK$ 12,700-20,400 US$ 1,620-2,580 No Reserve

1163
180

1165 1929-2010

1990 Walasse Ting 90 72 x 101 cm 28.3 x 39.8 in.

Walasse TING

The Red Flowers Limited Print 1990 Signed lower leftt: named Walasse Ting, dated 1990 1166 1920-2014 60/100 CHU THE-CHUN 75 x 56 cm 29.5 x 22 in.

NT$ 80,000-130,000 HK$ 20,400-33,100 US$ 2,580-4,200

CHU The Chun Green Fairy Lithograph (60/100) Signed lower right: named CHU THE-CHUN in Chinese and English.

NT$ 100,000-160,000 HK$ 25,400-40,700 US$ 3,230-5,170

181

1167

b.1936

249/275

Ting Shao Kuang 82 x 83.4 cm 32.3 x 32.8 in.

TING Shao Kuang

Golden Age Print (249/275)

Signed lower right: Ting Shao Kuang in Chinese and English.

No Reserve

1168

b.1936 29/300

Ting Shao Kuang 64 x 60.7 cm 25.2 x 23.9 in.

TING Shao Kuang

Silence and Stillness Print (29/300)

Signed lower right: Ting Shao Kuang in Chinese and English.

No Reserve

1169

b.1935

14/100 1987 HSIAO 87 69.5 x 50 cm 27.4 x 19.7 in.

HSIAO Chin

Untitled Print (14/100) 1987

Signed lower right: named HSIAO in English and Chin in Chinese, dated 1987.

No Reserve

182

1170

b.1938 1996 JM50102

8 x 11 x 23 cm 3.1 x 4.3 x 9 in.

JU Ming

Living World Series - Painted Wood Resin 1996 Stamped on the underside: JM50102. Provenance: Accompanied by a certificate of artwork reproduction issued by JUMING Museum

NT$ 15,000-26,000 HK$ 3,800-6,600 US$ 480-840

1171 b.1938 1996 JM40102

10 x 10 x 26 cm 3.9 x 3.9 x 10.2 in.

JU Ming

Living World Series - Painted Wood Resin 1996 Stamped on the underside: JM40102. Provenance: Accompanied by a certificate of artwork reproduction issued by JUMING Museum

NT$ 15,000-26,000 HK$ 3,800-6,600 US$ 480-840

183

Daniel ARSHAM b. 1980

1980 2003

Daniel was born in 1980 in Cleveland, Ohio’s second largest city. He grew up in Miami and received a bachelor’s degree in art from Cooper Union in New York in 2003.

archaeological site of statetime space, fully shows the core value of his creation.

Bernard BUFFET ( 1928-1999) Bernard BUFFET 1928-1999 1928 1943 1947 1948 1955 27 was selected as the 10 best post-war artists by the magazine Connaissance des arts. ( b. 1972) b. 1972 1992 1996 1997 1998 1999 2001

Bernard CHAROY ( b.1931) Bernard CHAROY b. 1931 1955 1960 1970 features in his poetic landscape works as well.Charoy began to work at the Montmartre Studio, where he studied painting and lithography from the local artists, painters, 1970s, Charoy’s work have been exhibited around the world, including the United States, Germany, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, France, and Belgium.

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CHAO Chung Hsiang ( 1910-1991)

CHAO Chung Hsiang (1910-1991) 1932-39 16 19396 1956 1958 1963 (Guggenheim) 1980 1984 1991 2004

away the following year. Numerous institutions and art museums have since held retrospectives for CHAO after his death, including the Taipei Fine Arts Museum and the National Museum of History in Taipei.

CHAN Chien Yu ( b.1952) 1952 36 ( 1909-2003) 1924 1929 1930 1938 1997 2003 95

CHANG Yi Hsiung ( 1914-2016) 1926 1931 1933 1935 1948 1949 1954 1980 Mention Honorable 81 83 85 1987 1994 1995 1997 1999

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2004 2013 2017 2019

Chang spent twelve years in Japan from 1928 to 1940, and was educated at some of the most esteemed institutions in Japan including the Musashino s work.

100-years-old retrospective exhibition , and Chang s works had exhibitions at Art Taipei 2017 and Art Taipei 2019.

( 1910-1984) 1924 1927 1929 1940 1935 1938 1941 1951 1952 1954 1975 1984

George CHANN ( 1913-1995) 12 1934 1940 1942 1947-49 1950 1951 1969-73 50

George CHANN was born in Chungshan county, Guangdong. He left for the US at the age of 12 with his father, after Fine Arts Museum. Many of his works are currently in the permanent collection of various museums such as the San Diego Museum.

CHEN Ting Shih ( 1915-2002) 1948 1970 for Taiwan in 1948 and has participated in various artistic circles such as the Salon de Mial, the Modern Graphic Art Association such as Rockefeller Foundation, the Cincinnati Museum, and the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts.

186

CHENG Shi Fa ( 1921-2007) 60 70 90

main body. Before and after the 1990s, he devoted himself to the creation of landscape paintings. His landscape paintings the nutrition of folk art, it has formed a distinct personal style, which is known as the "Cheng family style".

( 1925-1996) 1965 1969 1978 1991 1996

Hall in Taipei, which was amazed by the art scene and was recommended by Yeh Gongchao and Chen Xueping to the study of painters and art history, and devoted a long time to the study of Tang Yin in the Ming Dynasty. Chiang s book "Research on Tang Yin" is a classic example of art history research. The exhibition curated by Chiang called has gradually developed his new style by absorbing the master

Chiang s works are elegant and ease. From the profound tradition, Chiang created a "new" environment and leads the "new literati" style in the Chinese model of Chinese painting and calligraphy. The collections, exhibitions and administrations of museum, and the model Chiang has built still has great ( 1949-2013) 1980

2013 67 187

CHU Teh Chun ( 1920-2014)

1941 1949 教

1955 1958 1964 1987 1997 2006 獎 2014 3 26 94 1961 1997 1955 Nicolas de Steal

Museum, in 1977, Chu was honored by the Academie des Beaux-Arts de France and elected as a member of institute. On 26 March 2014, Chu Tehs painting style. That was when he began to fuse the tradition Chinese colors and the freely formed

CHUANG Che 喆 ( b. 1934)

喆 CHUANG Che 喆 1948 1958 •1 966 1973 1988 1992

1988, moved to New York- concentrated on his abstract paintings, and was invited by the Taipei Fine Art Museum to hold a solo exhibition in 1992. ( b. 1922) 1942 1946 1949 by Xu to teach in Central Academy of Fine Arts as a TA and became an instructor in 1949. The style of his work is mainly realistic, with extensive themes. During his artistic career for over 50 years, he had participated in many national and international exhibitions.

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( 1904-1989) 1904-1989 1904

Dali he was born in 1904 in Figueres, Catalonia in Spain, he was referred to the most vigorous artist of the 20th in the art history. Dali Dali

DU Yong Qiao ( 1934-2007) 70 80 1997 1949 1989 60 circles from the 1970s to the 1980s were deeply instructed. His works have won the second prize in the Sichuan Youth Art Exhibition, the third prize in the National collectors are also located in China, Taiwan, Japan, Singapore, the United States, Canada and Greece. His life has been included in the catalogues such as "1949-1989 • • ( 1716-1791) • • 1716 1754

( 1913-1982) 1933 1939 1951 1953 1960 1980 1996 participated in the Chinese National Art Association, where he was nominated by the great artist Xu Beiming as

189

s work have been by Xu Beiming, the ( 1928-2005) 1928 1954 1975 1971-1974 1991 1992 1955-1991 1996 20002001 2001-2002 2003 2006 2010-2011

FU Chuan Fu ( 1871-1937) FU Chuan Fu 1871-1937 邨 ( 1926-2007) 1926-2007 1926 SaintQuentin 1952 1957 painting trend.

HO Chau Chu ( b. 1931) 1931 1950

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painted the landscapes of Taiwan, and has traveled to Japan, Southeast Asia, Europe and the United States many times to visit art museums and travel ( b. 1935) 1954 1956 1957 Hsiao Chin was born in Shanghai, China in 1935. He graduated from National Taipei Normal University with Art

color tone that was Chinese scholar s theme with Chinese calligraphy s cursive style.

HU Shan Yu ( 1909-1993) 1909 1929 1932 1935 1980 1933 s Student. According to his great performance in class, he went abrosd in France in 1932 and

Shanghai Art Museum held a special retrospective exhibition for him and was loved by people. ( 1912-1996) 1927 1930 1938 7

3 8 1971 1982
2001
1984
191

powerful compassion for the toiling workers and the elderly, emanating from his works, never fail to touch the spectators. The aboriginal people, nude painted a series of landscapes celebrating sunlight. Still, his pieces on the miners always remain his signature works.

HUANG Chou ( 1925-1997) ,

From the end of the Northern Song Dynasty to the beginning of the Southern Song Dynasty, the trader, baby play, farming and weaving, and forest animal husbandry paintings broke down the barriers of social class and marked new achievements in painting in the feudal era. However, these themes countryside, and interprets the profound praise for the new life and new atmosphere. ( 1928-2011) 46 76 ( b. 1941) 1950 1961 1971 40 1980 2010

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HUANG Guang Nan ( b. 1944) 1944 60 ( b.1948) 1976 1979 Semions 1981 1982 1983 1992 2001

He has won many awards such as 36th Taiwan Exhibition (1982) and 35th Taiwan Exhibition (1981). After his achievement in steel sculpture, he applied the knowledge and skills of sculptures making into paintings. His paintings as in sculptures ( b. 1970) 1970 1991 2004 2006 2007 2008 2008 2008 Exhibition" (2007, Nagoya, Japan), "Taipei Art Fair" (2008, Taipei) , "Osaka Art Fair" (2008, Osaka), "Tokyo New Contemporary Art Fair" (2008, Tokyo). ( 1928-2002) 1952 1955 1953 1956 1960 1962 1970 ( b.1949) 1949 1986 2007 20 90 20 1990 1999 2009 2011 2015 2016

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( b. 1942) 1965 1992 10 1993 , 1994 1995 ( ) around the Taihang Mountains in northern China, and he is engaged in landscape painting creation and art research in the the germination and growth of the new academic concept of landscape painting.

Academy of Fine Arts. Some of his works were exhibited in more than 10 countries and regions including the United States, France, Switzerland, JU Ming ( b.1938) JU Ming (b.1938) 1953 1955 1956 1968 1976 1978 1981 1989 1999 2000 Tokyo Creation Award 2005 2007 excellent youths of Taiwan. His international exhibition was held at the Tokyo Central Museum of Art in 1978 and his work collected by the Sculpture ( b.1983 1983 2010

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( b.1929)

1956 1966

Claes Oldenburg and Jasper Johns together. She has a wide artistic practice, including painting, collage, Endless Mirror Room reveals the endless and the uncontrollable of life. ( b. 1974) 1996 1999 realmad Hectic Bounty Hunter XX s degree in 1996.

small vinyl toys Companion sector of art. Many other various editions of Companion ( b.1969) 1969 1992 ( b.1983 ) 1983 2010

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s perplexity.

s sculptures are characteristic based on cute appearance, deep insight, and professional works are popular and set multiple sold out records.

( 1908-2012) ( 1902-1983) 1947 1950 1967 1977 SanhsiaTsushih Temple, they think of him. He also had taught in Chinese Culture University, National Taiwan University of Arts, and Taipei Teacher from his illness.

( 1912-1984) 1935 1943 1946 1945 1949 1951 1957 1965 1982

196

( 1938-2019) 1938 1958 1960 ( b.1941) 2022 55 ( b. 1942) 1945 1970 2017 2019 emotions and the spirit of the times.Since 1970, her works have been exhibited around the world and collected in the National ( 1902-1976) 1922 1924 1927 1928 9 1934 1962 1964 1968 1970 1976 s contribution.

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( b. 1979) 1979 2002 2003

Arts Award with three self-portraits of "Birdman", which won unanimous praise from the academic circles. He did not blindly follow the trend of installation art and continued to use painting as a creative method. He has already declared ( 1920-2015) 1920 1980 ( 1900-1991) 1918 1925 1977 the Salon d Central Academy of Fine Art). ( 1912-1985) 1932 1942 1949 1953 1994

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won special honor in the Fifth Art

painting album. His work can be found in the collection of National China Art Gallery as well as institutions and individuals from overseas. ( 1913-1991) 1913 retired from farm chores. He used basic tools like hammer and chisel to create works. By the time he passed away, most representative autodidactic artists. His artwork is of simplicity and naivety, and this is why it arouses so much ( 1917-2008) 1928 1934 1939 1940 2600 1941 1942 5 6 1945 1946 1954 1963 1972 1977 1979 1981 1982 1985 1986 1989 1990 1997 2006 ( b.1936) 1936 3

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( 1912-2002) 1920 1954 1951 1962 1990

aboriginal art researching and had been to Central America and South East Asia to collect the art resource and published , and Aboriginal Art and Culture in Taiwan work is more extensive. He streamlined the image, lines and color expression, and to visualize the abstract theme into concrete image and giving the work diversity and humanity. His signature of early works were in English and AD Chronicles but later mostly with phonetic symbols and Chinese ( b. 1919) 40 羣 2018 99

Born in 1919, Hanyang, Hubei. He has successively served as professor and master tutor of Hubei Academy of Arts, Hubei Academy of Fine Arts always adhered to the creative principles of realism in his art for scholar visits and cultural exchanges. Died in 2018 at the age of 99.

MA Shou Hua ( 1893-1977)

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( 1909-2003) 1929 1949 1975 1964 1965 1979 1999 2003

used for art education nowadays. Furthermore, the awards he had received are countless. Altogether, they came from not only Taiwanese Government in the United States.

( 1884-1920) 1884 1898 • Guglielmo Micheli

• • 19 the Expressionist school.

NARA Yoshitomo ( b.1959 1980 1990

Born in Hirosaki City, Aomori, Japan, Yoshitomo now lives in Tokyo. Having most of his early works in illustrations, Yoshitomo developed in the late 1980s portraits of seemingly innocuous

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( b.1970) 2016 2004 2005

Fascinated Moment in Taichung. She creates three-dimensional works with varied and vivid expressions by hand with wood and matte glass. Through the ( b.1988

1 988 2012

Japanese art circle, causing a sensation of healing. Her works are mainly wooden carving dolls that are full of tactile warmth, most of them kept

OBATA Taku ( b.1980)

畑 1980 1999 2006 2007 BBOYGER 2008 2008 ! Breaking awarded the . Hip Hop Culture is the most important element of his artistic creation. The Figures with long hair bangs is his common design feature of hiding the eyes. The craving patterns and

OU Hao Nien ( b. 1935) 1970 ( )

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( b.1936)

( 1895-1977) 1 8 13 1913 1917 1920 9 1921 7 1925 Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma 1926 1 1928 11 1931 7 1932 12 1935 9 1936 1 1937 1945 3 1956 1964 1965 1977 6 13 7 22 Cimetière Montparnasse ( 1881-1973) 1881 1900 works, including paintings, drawings, sculpture, original lithographs, etchings, linoleum cuts and ceramics. No single artist has had a ( 1896-1963) 8 10

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( b.1944)

1944 1983 1984

Fuxi had won silver medal in French Spring Exhibit in 1983 while Grapes under Sheds was selected in French Spring Ma Nu ( 1903-1979) and brushwork of Chinese ink painting in his creation to establish creative direction of exploration and research. ( 1923-1981) 1941 琹 reality. At this time, he came up the idea of present place and life as his inspiration and depicts Taiwan with devoutness.

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SHEN Che Tsai ( 1926-2017) 1938 40 1995

of History in Taiwan. His 70 years retrospective exhibition was held in National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts in 1995.His works can be found in the public collection of the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts.

SHEN Xiao Tung ( b. 1968) 1989 1992 1994 1997 2001 2001 2007

SUN Yun Sheng ( 1918-2000) 1936 1938 3

Antoni Tàpies ( 1923-2012) • Antoni Tàpies 1923 A T X

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painter explained, the communication of the voices deep inside my heart. These colors are very much in close proximity to the world of philosophy.

( 1928-1989)

osamushi osamu shi osamushi 40 400 60 ( 1929-2010) 1946 1952 1960 One Cent 1977

Red Mouth 2001 awarded a fellowship from the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation and published Red Mouth, a book of erotic drawings and paintings. Since 2001, he has resided in Amsterdam. His works can be found by many museums, including Metropolitan Museum in New York and Guggenheim Museum.

( b.1936) 1939 1948 1954 1957 1962 1980 1993 1995 1998 2011 30 334.75 ( 1876 - 1958) 1892 1900 (Chatou)

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1905 1908 colors and rough brushstrokes.

( b.1933)

Cours Charpentier 1955 each work.

The artist lives and works in France. He also travels around the world with ardent curiosity, and depiction of fantasy women is full of romantic atmosphere.

( b. 1912) 1912 3 14 , 1939 1942 1987

The Ending Days of the Japanese Thieves , The Sceneries of the Three Gorges , and s Body ( 1909-2017) 1909 1936 1949 1973 1987 1992 2001 2003 6 2017 2018

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brushstrokes to stack up various metaphorical symbols of the painter emotional and poetic tension. ( 1927-2014) 1927-2014 1951 1961 1960 reducing the use of colors while making the strokes smoother. He often chose performances with musical instruments, s works in widely collected by leading institutions and museums of the world, including New York Modern Museum of ( 1923-2013) 1948 1960 ( 1932-2019) 1932 1996 1988 2001 s paintings express cheerful, vital, and his own style.

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( b. 1935) 1971

( b.1957) 1979 1985 1998

XUE Song ( b. 1965)

XUE Song 1988 1992 1996 2002 2001 2002 2003 1996 1997 2002

Shanghai. Xue Song is a contemporary Chinese artist, who s style of collage is characterized by the burning readymade images and his rearrangement of the burnt fragments on the canvas. This symbolic destruction and rebirth or deconstruction and reconstruction underline the significance of his artistic practice, as well as fashions a brand new visuality. His solo exhibitions include the British Embassy in

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YAMAMOTO Mayuka ( b.1964) 1964 1990 1999 1992

YEH Huo Cheng ( YEH Huo Cheng 1927 1959 14 27 1965 1993

Born in Taichung . Yeh was graduated from the Taipei Second Normal College in 1928. Since 1927, his painting was Association. Yeh passed away at age of 85 in 1993. ( 1907-1995) 1915 1923 1927 1929 1931 1934 1948 1985 1989 1991 1992 1995 1973 1983 1986 1995

Historical Museum. For YANG ( 1913-1995) 1913

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collectors.

YANG Yu Yu ( 1926-1997)

Yuyu YANG 1926 learning sculpture at the National Academy of Art in Rome. During 1960

YANG Shin Sheng ( 1938-2013) 1 938 1965 Born in Chianghsi. Yang is a graduate of the National Taiwan Normal University. Since 1965 he has held many solo Arts Gallery and is now the proprietor of the Seventh Fine Arts Gallery. YANG Shin Sheng is the main representative of traveled to many small schools in Taiwan. The towns and villages vividly present the sceneries of pastoral beauty to the viewers.

YANG Shi Hong ( b.1947)

1947 1968 1979 and courage, it also challenges the artist

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YUAN Xiao Fang ( b. 1961) 1986 1992 90 1993 93 1994 1995 95 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 ( 1917-2000) 1917 1930 1945 • 1950 1958 ( b.1928) 1952 2013 and bold color blocks, which has a childlike imagination. Because his father ran a grocery store in the ancient street, ( b.1968)

1999 1999 2000 8 she held a solo exhibition in Taipei, and participated in a group exhibition held by Chuan Cheng Art Center in 2000.

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( b.1932)

( 1892-1996)

Selection" and so on. Former executive director of Shanghai Artists Association. His ancestral home

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