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Composition, 1961

Watercolour and gouache on paper
14 4/5 × 11 1/5 in
37.7 × 28.5 cm
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Property from an Important Hong Kong Collection

Executed in 1961, this work is accompanied by a …

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Property from an Important Hong Kong Collection

Executed in 1961, this work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity issued by the Foundation Zao Wou-Ki.

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“Even with this thick brush,” he says, “you can still capture fineness.” It all comes together on the paper. It is impossible to amend: you …

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Signed and dated 'Wou-Ki [in Chinese] ZAO 61' lower right
Zao Wou-Ki 趙無極
Chinese-French, 1921–2013
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A master of postwar art and the highest-selling Chinese painter of his generation, Zao Wou-ki …

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A master of postwar art and the highest-selling Chinese painter of his generation, Zao Wou-ki applied Modernist art-making techniques to traditional Chinese literati painting. Zao moved to Paris in 1948, rejected his Chinese heritage, and immediately began painting in the style of Paul Klee, whose own style was …

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Phillips

Property from an Important Hong Kong Collection

Executed in 1961, this work is accompanied by a …

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Property from an Important Hong Kong Collection

Executed in 1961, this work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity issued by the Foundation Zao Wou-Ki.

From the Catalogue:
“Even with this thick brush,” he says, “you can still capture fineness.” It all comes together on the paper. It is impossible to amend: you …

Read more
Signature
Signed and dated 'Wou-Ki [in Chinese] ZAO 61' lower right
Zao Wou-Ki 趙無極
Chinese-French, 1921–2013
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A master of postwar art and the highest-selling Chinese painter of his generation, Zao Wou-ki …

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A master of postwar art and the highest-selling Chinese painter of his generation, Zao Wou-ki applied Modernist art-making techniques to traditional Chinese literati painting. Zao moved to Paris in 1948, rejected his Chinese heritage, and immediately began painting in the style of Paul Klee, whose own style was …

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Composition, 1961

Watercolour and gouache on paper
14 4/5 × 11 1/5 in
37.7 × 28.5 cm
Bidding closed
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