Tie-Feng Jiang, Panthers, 1994
Chinese Artist: b. 1938 Father of the Yunnan School of modern Chinese art
Jiang Tie-Feng was born in 1938, in Ningbo, Zhejiiang Province, in China. Even as a child he displayed a great love and talent for painting and drawing, and early on he knew the course his life would take. Jiang's colors are of unsurpassed richness. A colorist, Jiang's intention was to reverse the trend of the stale Chinese tradition of painting in gray, black, and white. Jiang says: "Chinese art had reached a sick level due to its lack of color." Jiang's use of imagery. As noted above, Tie-Feng Jiang is a storyteller. His paintings are steeped in Buddhist and Chinese mythology. Each figure has a symbolic meaning. The paintings have so much complexity and visual fascination that the viewer is constantly seeing something new. Jiang says "For every picture there is a story, and for every story there is a picture." Jiang's vision has continued to grow and expand. Probably because of his personal experience in two cultures he has increasingly seen the world as a single system, as a meeting place of diverse forces.
Hand signed by the Artist
NUMBERED ON LEFT SIDE
Hand Embellished Serigraph
Measures approx: 32” x 45”
STAMPED: Copyright Fingerhut Group Publishers 1994 on verso
very good condition, never framed.