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Note: Some of the pictures displayed in this section come, as shown, framed under glass.  The dimensions are approximate and represent the outer dimensions of the frame.  All prices include shipping to the U.S. or Europe.
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African Man, original watercolor painting by Li Jin Ming (1967) 非洲青年 水粉

Li says that his teacher, Xu Jian Bai, taught that making the eyes of a subject, showing emotion, was of utmost importance in portraiture.  That is part of what Xu's mentor, Lin Feng Mian, taught her.  Even in this early work, Li shows that he was a good student.

This is a very nice early portrait by Li, especially since the medium is watercolor.  The colors are very nice and soft, and the subject is not what you might expect from a Chinese artist, in the 1960's when China was closed off from the world.  Today, Li is a great portrait painter.

To see more of the art of Li Jin Ming (Jin Ming Li; Jin Ming Lee), included in the Leona Craig Art Gallery, please visit the Jin Ming Lee Pages.
  $900   4x5in

12x14cm
 
               
Citizen series no. 1, painting by Tang Hai Guo 756. Citizen Series number 1, original oil painting by Tang Hai Guo

The future of humankind.  As people become less and less active, sitting at their jobs, sitting at home watching TV, driving their cars down the block to get a quart of milk, their bodies may someday shrink, being left with massive heads in relation to their bodies.

It actually reminds me of the costumes with big heads that are popular at Carnival Time, in European and South American countries.  We particularly like this figurative portrait by Tang.  It's a fun painting, and the high heels and basketball add nice touches.  The light blues are cheery.

To see more of the art of Tang Hai Guo, included in the Leona Craig Art Gallery, on-line, please visit the Tang Hai Guo Page.
  $2,500   130x80cm  
               
Natural Number 20082868, painting Zhang Zhen Jiang   The Natural Number 20082868, original mixed media on canvas by Zhang Zhen Jiang (2009)

Sometime, somewhere, someone and something, in a certain setting, everything was so uncertain.  Little A stood there, tall and upright and burning with desire.  She closed her eyes and wrote down the number 20082868, spontaneously.  It seemed whimsical, at first, yet complicated, in reality.

To see more of the works of Zhang Zhen Jiang, included in the Leona Craig Art Gallery online, please, visit the Zhang Zhen Jiang Pages.
  $800   20x30cm  
               
White Cloud, painting by Zhao Qian Xu 699. White Cloud: original oil painting on canvas by Zhao Qian Xu (1998)

This painting of an older Yao minority man and young boy is from a series of paintings that Xu did in Lianzhou, in the north of Guangdong.

Zhao Qian Xu has a breadth of style that stretches from the very precise, realistic to the abstract.  In fact, he says that he enjoys painting in more abstract, less realistic styles because it allows him more freedom to create.  We tend to like his abstract works, as well as the realistic, and everything in between.

This painting is slightly on the impressionistic side of realism with bold brushstrokes making up the faces, defining the old man's high cheekbones, yet, more delicate strokes show individual hairs of the old man's beard and crows feet around his eyes.  Moreover, paintings of the minorities people of China show the real China, as those of us who live here know it, as opposed to the China that China presents to the world.  In the minorities, age-old traditions are still preserved, unlike the mainstream traditions, which were lost in the cultural revolution.  The people are unassuming and live simple existences, even wearing traditional dress passed down through the ages.  We believe that paintings that chronicle their lives for us to share are most precious.

To view more of the works of Zhao Qian Xu (Xu Zhao Qian), on display, in the Leona Craig Art Gallery on-line, please visit the Zhao Qian Xu Page.

  $7,000   31x27in

80x70cm
 
               
The Liturgy, painting by Liang Jun Yan 662. The Liturgy, original oil painting by Liang Jun Yan (2008)

To see more of the art of Liang Jun Yan, in the Leona Craig Art Gallery online, please. visit the Liang Jun Yan Pages.
  $1,350   70x50cm  
               
Anticipation, painting by Liang Yi Er   Anticipation, original oil painting by Liang Yi Er (2011)

We liked this one because of its more abstract composition.
  $5,000   60x80cm  
               
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