Wandering in the Woods

Cheng Tsai-Tung is a self-taught sculptor and painter, whose figure subjects are influenced by Surrealism and the German Expressionists. Here Cheng Tsai-Tung reinterprets the austere style of Ni Zan (1301-1374) with his own whimsical charm.

Based on extract from Sullivan, Michael, Modern Chinese Art: The Khoan and Michael Sullivan Collection (Oxford: Ashmolean Museum, 2009)

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    Self-taught sculptor and painter, especially of figure subjects influenced by Surrealism and the German Expressionists.

    Acquired from his exhibition at the Hanart TZ Gallery, Hong Kong, 2000.

    Here Cheng Tsai-tung [Zheng Zaidong] reinterprets the austere style of Ni Zan with his own whimsical charm.

    In: Sullivan, Michael, Modern Chinese Art: The Khoan and Michael Sullivan Collection, revised edn (Oxford: Ashmolean Museum, 2009)

Further reading

Sullivan, Michael, Modern Chinese Art: The Khoan and Michael Sullivan Collection, revised edn (Oxford: Ashmolean Museum, 2009), no. 9 on p. 225, illus. p. 225 fig. 9

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