Graphia Mongolia III by Andrew Lui

Year
2014
Medium
Ink and acrylic on rice paper
Size
26 × 26 inches
66.04 × 66.04 cm
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Gestural abstract swathes and vigorous lines in vivid yellow, violet, hot pink, green, brown and aqua are suggestive of figures and a galloping horse in this 26 inch square ink and acrylic painting on rice paper. Part of his Pilgrim series, Lui's title "Graphia Mongolia" or a study of Mongolia may lend weight to this interpretation. Horse culture is integral this large land-locked country between China and Russia. Born in Guangzhou, China, Lui participated in the Chinese Cultural Revolution as a member of the Red Guard 1968-70 and then escaped to Hong Kong by swimming. Making his way to Toronto he studied at the Ontario College of Art and became a citizen in the late 1970s. He continued studies in the UK, and Italy where he was drawn to the dynamic Uccello's Battle of San Romano (c. 1456). Lui is represented in multiple public, corporate and private collections in Canada, Europe and China: Musée d'art contemporain, Musée de Dijon, France, L'Ecole des Beaux Arts, Bruxelles, Pallazo Strozzi, Florence, Musée National des Beaux-Arts du Quebec, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Sherbrooke, Grimsby Art Gallery, Robert McLaughlin Art Gallery, Art Gallery of Stratford, Stratford, Coburg Art Gallery, Rodman Hall Art Centre, Canadiana Foundation (Art Collection of Governor General of Canada). He is part of a large number of private and corporate collections, including HSBC of Canada, DKNY and Sun Life Insurance. CATALOGUE AVAILABLE.

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