Title: The Paintings of James Yeh-Jau Liu (The ...
Publisher: Possibly Self Published
Publication Date: 1992
Binding: Oversize Bound Paperback
Illustrator: James Y. Liu and Photos By Ben Benet and Edmond Hakin
Book Condition: Very Good
Book Type: Art
No page numbers. Over 60 pages. 1/2 of the writing is in Chinese script, 1/2 in English. Many beautiful color reproductions of Mr. Liu's watercolor paintings. A graduate of The Natl. Adademy of fine Arts in Hanchow, China, traveled the world for Chiang Kai-shek, in 1949 left China for Taiwan and in 1962 came to San Francisco St.Univ. and lived in Tiburon, CA where he exhibited his paintings at the Han Syi Studio. Articles by Chin Hsiao-Yi, Marilyn Olson, Lee Lin-ts'an, Jacqui Brand, Lovely book with no writing. Size: 11 3/4"Tall. Bookseller Inventory # 001393
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