Book: Dinh Quan Lacquer Paintings

Category: Artists, Individual

Unit Price: US$45.00

Description: The art of making lacquer paintings is complex and arduous. Ding Quan’s skills as a lacquer artist are indisputable, though his most important contribution is probably his innovations in term of texture, movement and substances. He is the first lacquer painter who has created truly dynamic lacquer paintings where the actions of the subject matter, often female bodies, tend to move towards abstraction.

This Book, with several articles, shows the artist’s latest work.

Published in 2004 by Thavibu Gallery Co. Ltd., Thailand. 72 pages, hard cover, 26cm x 26 cm. In English only.

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