Tai Xiangzhou: Wondrous Peak and Multitudinous Gully, 2012. Ink and colour on paper, 127 x 49 cm.

Tai Xiangzhou 秦祥洲 (b. 1968)

About the Artist

Tai Xiangzhou studied calligraphy since he was seven years old. In 2001 he graduated from the Department of Digital Media, Media Design School in Auckland, New Zealand. He had a successful career in media design. Tai began his art training by studying Chinese landscape paintings and was a student of Liu Dan in 2005. In 2006, inspired by a famous astrologer, he viewed landscapes from an astrological perspective. He did further painting studies at Tsinghua University in Beijing where he received a PhD from its Academy of Arts and Design in 2012.

Wondrous Peaks and Multitudinous Gully was highly admired by a famous art historian and was in the Origo Collection.

His paintings are in the collections of the Brooklyn Museum, New York; Art Institute of Chicago; Seattle Art Museum; Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, The Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M Sackler Gallery, Washington D.C.; Arthur M Sackler Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge; Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven; Arthur M Sackler Museum of Art and Archaeology; Beijing University; Zhonghua Book Company, Beijing; Exhibition Gallery of Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau, Macau.

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