Masterpiece of Traditional Chinese Art Depicting 38 Horses.
Late 20th Century.
Bares signature and seals of the artist.
Rosewood frame. silk border and acid free materials.
Dimensions: Frame 87 X 21 inches
Provenance: This painting was commissioned in 1919 by the owner and seller.
About The Atist
MME Aixinjueluo Yu-An ( Oi San Man Ka) was born in Bejing in 1943. She is the legitimate great granddaughter of Prince Heshidunkin, the fifth son of Emperor Daoguang and the niece of the last Qing Dynasty Emperior Pu yi.
Her uncle Pu Xin Yu, Pu XueZhai, Pu Yi Zhai, Pu Zo and her father Pu Song Chuang are also famous painters of good reputation.
Growing up in this family background she has loved painting since a young child. She tutored by her father beginning at an early age,
She spent years attending the Qing Palace School of Traditional Chinese Art and is considered one of the most accomplished and outstanding figures of this school.
She has held many solo exhibitions throughout Asia and various locations in Europe including France and Germany.
Listing includes overview of artist family tree and a photograph of her.
A hard file with a full history and family tree diagram of the artist and photographs, and additional signatures of the artist comes with this work.