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Dr David Kwo Da-Wei Limited Edition Chinese Lithograph "Kim"

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Artist and teacher Dr. David Kwo Da-Wei (1919-2003) became renowned for his Chinese brush paintings of his black cat, Kim. He also pioneered in using complete strokes to create impressionistic images. This limited edition lithogragh is stamped in color and signed by the artist. Born in Beijing, 1919, he first studied art at the Art Institute of Nanjing and later under the tutelage of the late master, Qi Bai-Shih. He held his first art exhibition in Hong Kong in 1952. Since then, he had held over 20 one-man art exhibitions at leading art museums in US, Europe and Asia. He died in the United States in 2003.

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  • Dimensions

    H 27.25 in. x W 16.75 in. x D .75 in.

    H 69.22 cm x W 42.55 cm x D 1.91 cm

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    Hamilton, CA
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    LU1355210749613

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