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Garden in the Fall

Garden in the Fall
by Hao Boyi (born 1938)

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Artist: Hao Boyi (born 1938)
Title: Garden in the Fall
Date 1st edition?1993
Publisher 1st edition?Not Set
Publisher (this edition)?Not Set
Medium (1st edition): Woodblock
Medium (this edition): Woodblock
Format (1st edition): Not Set
Format (this edition): Not Set
DB artwork code: 34459
Notes (1st edition)?
Notes (this edition)?The following information was taken from the original web listing of this artwork. Often written by non-experts, there may be inaccuracies:

Title Garden in the Fall
Artist Hao Boyi born 1938
Signature Signed, dated and numbered by the artist in pencil
Seal artist's seal
Dated 1993
Period 20th Century
Technique/Medium Woodcut
Material/Paper Laid Paper
Impression excellent
Colors excellent
Condition excellent ... minor crease in top left margin
Rating 1 = excellent
Edition Size 50
Numbered 9/50
Description "Garden in the Fall" The leaves are still green, but autumn is approaching. Cranes play serenely and leniently. This image has a quiet and peaceful mood in the air.
Note Images do not show margins and are not taken from the individual print. With regard to the very minor differences within one edition and the large sizes, we use the excellent stock images provided by our Chinese consignee.
Width 27.4 inches = 69.5 cm
Height 22.4 inches = 57.0 cm
Width of Image 23.6 inches = 60.0 cm
Height of Image 18.1 inches = 46.0 cm

Artist Bio: Hao, Boyi was born in 1938 in Shangdong Province. During the cultural revolution, he was dispatched to the northern deserted land. Facing the harsh and tough new environment, he accidentally found arts as his refuge. He cut wood to be his block and painted the beautiful sceneries of the black deserted land by his graver devoutly and passionately.

As time goes by, Hao Boyi's woodcuts were no longer just objective recordings of his environment. Above the visual representations, they also show the unity of nature and human as well as the devotion for life. His style is soft, fresh, elegant and subtle. His artworks are simple but not empty. They show unlimited flavors and vitality of the north land to its full extent quietly; the concrete and the abstract blend harmoniously and peacefully.

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