Friday, June 23, 2023

Immerse ink painting elements into oil painting to express visual beauty or emotions through rich color palette

Immerse ink painting elements into oil painting to express visual beauty or emotions through rich color palette

The disclosure address for this work is Hong Kong, China. For more information, please contact the staff of the Contemporary Art Department at Beijing Yongle Auction.

As the emerging oil painting reproductions artist sector in the current hot market, this season's Yongle Spring Shooting launched the "Coming Now - New Painting in the Global Vision" early stage, which gathered the most watched emerging artists from China, Japan, and the East. The core work "Bullfighter", which includes Chen Ke's 2007 solo exhibition "With You, Never Alone," expresses his position. Simultaneously showcasing outstanding works such as Jia Aili, Huang Yuxing, Qin Qi, Sarah Hughes, and Qihutou.

Yayoi Kusama's work "Opening up to the Earth", which was shot in this season, was created in 2004. This work is a rare large scale and good structure in the series. The picture is filled with inexhaustible distorted and infinitely extended red lines. The red, yellow and green wave points are painted here, like a visual maze that has no place to escape, pursuing the opening up from the earth in the crisscross of many marks, And this strange visual spirit is undoubtedly closely related to Yayoi Kusama's direct record of preservation. Because of the special family environment in his childhood, Yayoi Kusama has suffered from mental illness since he was young, that is, nervous audiovisual stagnation and schizophrenia. Since then, she has often been disturbed by a large amount of hallucinations presented. Therefore, the "net" and "wave point" have become her other self and inexhaustible source of artistic inspiration. From the last ubiquitous hollow circle to the closed form of reticulation and dots, Yayoi Kusama has constructed an infinitely extended marking space in the two-dimensional three-dimensional world, giving vent to the true and sincere life experience, which makes the viewer can not help but indulge in this

The 1990s was the migration and transformation period of Wu Guanzhong's image painting. Since 1983, when he put forward the concept of "an inexhaustible line of kites", he began to further explore the countryside in oil painting, immersing the satisfactory elements of ink custom oil painting into the performance of oil painting as a preface, using many pieces and rich colors to express the strange visual beauty or some feelings, and skillfully shuttle between the two different aesthetics of tools, Built a bridge for communication.

The third anniversary of the current price Yongle auction in 2023. This spring shoot, the Contemporary Art section launched two major morning performances: "Landscape Art - Contemporary Art" and "Now Coming - New Painting in the Global Vision". More rare works of art gathered, and the domestic popularity doubled. Among them, "Art of the 20th Century" led by Wu Guanzhong's art topic; Liu Ye's rare masterpiece 'Baroque'; Yoshitomo Nara and Yayoi Kusama rarely have masterpieces; Liu Wei, Zhou Chunya, Zeng Fanzhi and other representative works gathered at "Sightseeing - the early stage of modern art"; In addition, there is also an early performance called "Coming Now - New Painting in the Global Vision" by emerging artists from China, Japan, and the East. This season's Yongle Spring Shooting has created a dazzling artistic scene.

In the 20th century art section of "Sightseeing the Morning Show of Modern Art", the representative works of flowers, figures and landscapes of Wu Guanzhong, a master of art in his 90 years of maturity, are presented; In addition, it also brought Zao Wou-Ki, a Chinese image art giant, a hand painted oil painting masterpiece of the "Oracle Age" at the beginning of his image art exploration; Chu Teh-Chun is a perfect example of exploring the harmony of the universe in the mature period of his creation.

The "Flowers and Grasses" written in 1992 is a masterpiece of this era. This work is between the image and the concrete, with the same appearance but different but bright and beautiful. It is a memory of the old dream of the old house 20 years ago, and also shows the prediction of dealing with the next stage of life. The rich expressiveness, color and diversified strokes in the work vaguely indicate the purity image bias in Wu Guanzhong's early oil painting creation.

In nearly 70 years of long artistic career, the human body is an extremely special theme of Wu Guanzhong's creation. As early as in the era of Hangzhou National Academy of Arts, Wu Guanzhong began to create human body paintings. Over the next 40 years, Wu Guanzhong did not involve in the creation of human body paintings because of social reasons and the change of fun, and all his early works were destroyed. At the age of 70 at the beginning of the 1990s, Wu Guanzhong returned to the creation of body painting again, reviewed the "new self" in this way, and held the exhibition "The sunset looks at the human body" in 1992. The Spring in 1995 is the representative work of this era. It was written by Wu Guanzhong after his visit to the Indian Monk West Asia. Whether it is character modeling or landscape decoration, it has a strong foreign color.

Wu Guanzhong's ink custom oil painting creation entered a peak period in the early 1990s. The "Water Village Series" is one of the focal themes for achieving its artistic concept. Exploring a highly visual tension in painting expression between complexity and simplicity. In July 1990, Wu Guanzhong, as the deputy head of the delegation of Chinese artists, went to Thailand to participate in the publishing ceremony of Biographies of Contemporary Chinese Artists. During his short stay in Thailand, Wu Guanzhong created a number of sketches. These paintings are rare in number and have the characteristics of Northwest Asia and exotic customs. They belong to a rare theme in the painter's creation sequence. The Water Town of Thailand created in 1990 is one of them.

This spring 2023 shoot of Yongle in the current world art section, Yongle inherits and collaborates with Fuyi Si to showcase more domestic art structures. Zao Wou-Ki's Untitled is the representative. Untitled, created in early 1950, is a masterpiece of Zao Wou-Ki in the "Oracle Age" at the beginning of his exploration of image art. At the beginning of the fiftieth century, Zao Wou-Ki met Paul Klee's exhibition when he was traveling in European countries. He was enlightened by the former's artistic speech full of poetry and spiritual symbols, and began to gradually extricate himself from the concrete spirit of forty years in his creation. At the same time, he also drew inspiration from the original and secret transcription method of modern Chinese oracle bone inscriptions, and from the integration of the modeling tradition of the tool side in Zao Wou-Ki's writing, which ultimately bred a set of weird image aesthetic vocabulary.

In addition, there is another typical work of Chu Teh-Chun's image painting in the mature period "15jan. 1978" in this spring shoot. In 1970, Chu Teh-Chun, enlightened by Rembrandt, began to deal with the relationship between light and space. At the same time, he used rich colors and diversified strokes to form more complex image schemas, completely lifting the narrative and performance, and trying to explore a broad spirit expression. 15jan. 1978, which was created in 1978, is a model work of this era - Chu Teh-Chun shows a perfect example of the harmony of the universe in the dramatic picture tension

The accounting address for this work is Hong Kong, China. For more information, please contact the staff of the Contemporary Art Department at Beijing Yongle Auction

This season's Yongle Spring Shooting, one of the most beloved works released in the contemporary art sector is Liu Ye's rare masterpiece "Baroque" from the "Berlin era" in the 1990s.

From 1991 to 1993, Liu Ye experienced a critical period of migration and transformation in his creative career - the era of studying abroad in Berlin. At this point, the artist gradually established his own perspective on painting and conducted a brand new test and examination on his spirit and skills. Baroque "is the only large-scale masterpiece created at this time, and it is a comprehensive summary of his stay in the academy. At the same time, it greatly enlightens the subsequent creative approach of doubling the naturalization. Therefore, the work 'Baroque' has an extremely tense node significance in the artist's creative process to date.

The accounting address for this work is Hong Kong, China. For more information, please contact the staff of the Contemporary Art Department at Beijing Yongle Auction.

The Baroque, created in 1993, is a parody of Baroque spirit, as its name suggests. The Baroque style of art is pure and rich in heroism, advocating a return to classicism, blending the grandiose and imaginative elements of stylism on the basis of a dignified and lofty literary restoration. In Baroque, the painter first meticulously and exquisitely portrays the landscape department presented as the "environment": towering mountains, deep water surfaces, a sky covered with clouds, and beautiful skylight combine to create a solemn and colorful atmosphere of the end of the day.

Traditional words are true and contemporary replies are true: a collection of contemporary Chinese artists Liu Wei, Zhou Chunya and Zeng Fanzhi

In this season's Yongle Spring Shooting, several representative works of Chinese contemporary artists were selected. Represented by Liu Wei's "Landscape 2", Zhou Chunya's "Peach Blossom" series and Zeng Fanzhi's "Random Brush" series "Self-portrait", it shows that contemporary Chinese artists are testing the creative blending of the two different kinds of painting words.

In Liu Wei's creations, the creative techniques of the landscape series are very diverse. One part of this draws on the styling elements of traditional Chinese mountain and river paintings, interpreting the inherent cultural connotations carried by "mountains and rivers" in a contemporary manner. It is likely inspired by Gerhard Richter to create a dim and dark visual result with gray background. The "Landscape 2" created in 2007 is a rare gray color work in his landscape series. After experiencing the rich colors of the early "peaches and plums" and the scenes full of sensuality and humanity entanglement, Liu Wei stripped away his wealth in this work and only used black, white, and gray to depict the elements, filtering and purifying them, ultimately showing a ethereal and ultimate state of returning to simplicity after washing away the lead.

Zhou Chunya's "A Flower in Jiangnan" was created in 2008 by the artist specifically for the Wenchuan Earthquake Charity Auction. This work adheres to the symbolic Expressionism spirit of the "Peach Blossom" series, and its composition is magnificent and unique: a peach flower blooms in full bloom in the original liquid, and two flower branches break down into inverted triangles, setting off the huge flowers, showing the rhythm of the original vitality.

Self-portrait is a very tense subject in the creation of artist Zeng Fanzhi. From the age of 22, when he drew a Self-portrait in front of a mirror that satisfied him, the artist had a strong desire to portray Self-portrait at every tense stage of life. The Self-portrait, created in 2006, is a work of Zeng Fanzhi in the era of "disorderly writing". In the Self-portrait, the painter depicts himself hidden in the thorns with a slightly reverent perspective - dressed in red, looking far into the distance, looking like he is looking back in the past, there is a lot of feeling and sigh of "people have metabolism, communication into the past and the present. Scenic spots are left in rivers and mountains, and our generation returns to visit". At the same time, in order to break through the solid paradigm of conventional portrait painting, he introduced the variable element of "disorderly brushstrokes" in the painting, which is highly symbolic of the situation. Through the process of smashing and reconstructing multiple dimensions such as brush texture, screen layout, and image composition, he ultimately formed a breakthrough, giving his portrait painting a new aesthetic significance.

Ransheng - Early Stage of Contemporary Art

The accounting address for this work is Hong Kong, China. For more information, please contact the staff of the Contemporary Art Department at Beijing Yongle Auction.

Japanese and Korean contemporary art: Yoshitomo Nara and Yayoi Kusama rarely make a strong statement on the local shooting scene

This season, Yongle Spring Photography has increased its collection efforts, and launched the intense works in the individual exhibition of Yoshitomo Nara's career migration and transformation period in the current hot Japanese art plate; The representative work of the combination of "net" and "wave point", which is the model mark of Yayoi Kusama's life, is "The Opening of Entering the Earth".

In today's Asian and even global art scene, Yoshitomo Nara is undoubtedly one of the most eye-catching flag artists. Looking back on Nara Meizhi's artistic career to date, it will be discovered that 1993 was a decisive moment of transformation - precisely in this year, he closed off his personal painting spirit that became known later.

In 1988, Nara went to the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in Germany at the age of 28 to continue his studies, and he was a new Expressionism painter, Peng Ke. After finishing his studies in 1993, Yoshitomo Nara moved to Cologne, Germany, and officially became a professional artist. His painting theme and spirit have changed greatly than before. At this time, he began to create scrawled cartoons with the theme of proud children and dogs. On the basis of blending Japanese and oriental popular civilizations, he gradually bred his own peculiar aesthetic spirit and painting language, And the big eyed girl with a serious appearance and shape will also become her unique artistic symbol in the future.

At an exhibition held at the Humanit é Gallery in Tokyo in 1995, his portrayal of innocent and hardworking children achieved great success, becoming a highly regarded rising star in the art world. The work "But, Nothing Desperates Me" taken this spring was the tense exhibition work at that time. This laid the foundation for the artist's lengthy creative career, laying the emotional and physiological tone of loneliness and worry

The image art sector, as a representative feature of Yongle on the filming stage, has doubled its momentum this season, bringing exemplary works from Chinese and Eastern image art giants such as Ding Yi, Tan Ping, Wang Yan, Zhao Dajun, Chen Wenji, Adair Aberdesemame, Eliasson, and others.

Throughout Ding Yi's more than thirty years of creative career, the "Ten Signs" have always been his most intense visual symbol. This mark directly stems from the artist's perception and reflection on the current industrial culture - inspired by the standardization, replicability, and repeatability of industrial production, Ding Yi learns from the coordinate positioning line in the printing process, using endless and repeated "ten" characters and variant "X" marks to form a complex image maze, completely eliminating the reproducibility and significance of painting, Without being constrained by social or ideological constraints, we return to the true nature of the situation and explore a unique set of image aesthetics.

Adel Abdesemed was born in 1971 into a Jewish family in Constantine, Algeria. After experiencing political upheaval, current turmoil, and religious fervor, he went to France alone. The endless breakup and exile in civilization and life have become the unchanging motif of Adair's artistic expression in the future. He uses his figure as the preface to his creation, responding to the complexity of his personal identity and resume.

The 'Forbidden Colors' that appears this time is a special work created by the artist for the 2019 Asian solo exhibition' Unlocking '. The blood stretched on the image canvas borrowed from the liquid used by the film and television construction roof to vividly simulate the casualties. He transformed the red flames and blood in his memory into colors scattered on the canvas.

No comments:

Featured Post

Hand painted oil painting replicas are both cheap and affordable for ordinary people to purchase

Hand painted oil painting replicas are both cheap and affordable for ordinary people to purchase. Hand painted oil painting replicas are a v...