Old Chinese Hand Painting Scroll Lotus and Fish by Zhang Daqian 张大千 荷花鱼 For Sale

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Old Chinese Hand Painting Scroll Lotus and Fish by Zhang Daqian 张大千 荷花鱼:

This is a pure hand-painted Scrollofzhang Daqian's paintings. Withzhang Daqian's signature and seal,zhang Daqianis good at painting.The painting will be delivered by commercial express. Normally, it takes 9-12 days to reach the United States and 10-15 days to reach other countries.


Scroll size:195cm ×79cm (77"×32"inch)

Painting size:135cm ×68cm(54"×27"inch)

About Artist :

zhang Daqian or Chang Dai-chien (Chinese: 張大千; May 10, 1899 – April 2, 1983) was one of the best-known and most prodigious Chinese artists of the twentieth century. Originally known as a guohua (traditionalist) painter, by the 1960s he was also renowned as a modern impressionist and expressionist painter. In addition, he is regarded as one of the most gifted master forgers of the twentieth century.Chang was born in 1899 in Sichuan Province to a financially struggling but artistic family. His first commission came at age 12, when a traveling fortune-teller requested he paint her a new set of divining cards. At age 17 he was captured by bandits while returning home from boarding school in Chongqing. When the bandit chief ordered him to write a letter home demanding a ransom, he was so impressed by the boy's brushmanship that he made the boy his personal secretary. During the more than three months that he was held captive, he read books of poetry which the bandits had looted from raided homes.[1]As a young adult Chang moved to Kyoto to learn textile dyeing techniques. He later returned to Shanghai and established a successful career selling his paintings.The governor of Qinghai, Ma Bufang, sent Chang to Sku'bum to seek helpers for analyzing and copying Dunhuang's Buddhist art.[2]Due to the political climate of China in 1949, he left the country and resided in Mendoza, Argentina, São Paulo and Mogi das Cruzes, Brazil, and then to Carmel, California, before settling in Taipei, Taiwan in 1978.[3][4] During his years of wandering he had several wives simultaneously, curried favor with influential people, and maintained a large entourage of relatives and supporters. He also kept a pet gibbon. He affected the long robe and long beard of a scholar.[1]A meeting between Chang and Picasso in Nice, France in 1956 was viewed as a summit between the preeminent masters of Eastern and Western art. The two men exchanged paintings at this meeting.


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We collected our paintings from the populace collectors and sale, so we don't know the

history of the painting very clearly. As we all know, since the institutional revolution, many

information of artwork be lost. As the vigor of style in writing of the painting, many experts

think this chinese antique is original one from their eyes. But people usually have the

different art appreciation.289

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