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Li Ru Chen ( 李如琛 )

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« on: April 03, 2013, 05:23:59 am »

Dear all,

It is interesting to see how from 张铁山 the threads wander to calligraphy IP.

Dear Joey,

[ quote ] I need some advice, guys. I really need to look at a number of artists, and decide what I most love, so I can get the most 'bang for the buck' as they say. I think I'd rather get more all calligraphy bottles. Especially with inscriptions in Lishu, like a couple Richard posted. WONDERFUL CALLIGRAPHY!

I will like to add Li Ru Chen ( 李如琛 ) to the list of IP calligrapher  -  Please refer to the previous threads on her. She is really good at the standard script ( 楷书 ). I post one of her bottles for sharing ( both sides of a bottle ). She won the Wang Xi San gold medal in the calligraphy segment.


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« Reply #1 on: April 03, 2013, 06:03:44 am »

In my  opinion  Li Ruchen  is currently  the  best calligraphy   VMIPB  artist   who is  actively  painting  and  her   work  is  still  affordable  (  US$2 -3  K depending  on bottle   size  and number  of  characters)

Her work  is  now   on a  par   with  Nei  Lei ( =  Yi Ding) ,  who  is   8  years  older  and   has already  given  up  painting   1000 x  character  bottles.  (LRC  born   1982,  Nei Lei  born 1974 * )

Personally, I  prefer  Nei Lei's   work  because  his   characters  are  more   cursive ,  whereas  LRC's  are  more  stylized ( as  if  type-set) 

But   regardless,  these   multi-character  bottles  are  amazing

Cheers  Peter

PS  :  Take  a  look  at this  amazing  LRC     character bottle  I saw  in   Zhang  Lei's   SH   MIPB  shop   last  year,  priced  RMB39,800  . It's  a very  big  bottle - I  put a  normal  bottle  alongside   for  comparison .  I would  have  bought  it  myself  if not  for the  fact  that  I  don't  collect  such  large  bottles 

PPS  * See  what  you can  do  in  30 seconds   with my  data  base ?


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« Reply #2 on: April 03, 2013, 06:54:53 am »

Created this new, and separated the above posts from Stevens Zhang Tieshan topic/thread..
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« Reply #3 on: April 03, 2013, 03:31:09 pm »

Thank you Inn Bok, Peter and George.
   I think Steven posted a Li Ruchen calligraphy example from my collection in mid-Feb.2013. Yes she is superb, and I will get a few more. I agree with Peter, Nei Lei (Yi Ding) has superb work as well. Anyone have one for sale?  Cheesy
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