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The Interior Painted Artist Series

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« on: March 12, 2024, 10:56:54 am »


Richard,

Thank you for the correction of the artist as being Wu Yulong on the Ye Zhongsan portrait bottle.  My original notes were a bit hard to read.  However, on the date that bottles were painted, Bill Patrick made the following comment when I purchased the bottles.   

"Bottles whose names are in bold (i.e., on the invoice) were painted in 2009 by Wu Yulong.  He left painting to try to become a graphic artist in Bejing at the end of 2009 and Liu Jianchao completed the project in 2010."

Also, a number of the portraits and bottle paintings appear to have been taken from the book Chinese Inside Painting of the Modern Age which was published in 2005.  So if the date on the bottles reads 1985, it is either poorly written or a false date.

Charll

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