“Pang” Guild Gallery New York April 1980 Framed Poster
Tseng-Ying Peng Guild Gallery New York exhibit poster from April 1980. Gorgeous and unique art exhibit poster.
“Born in Tokyo, Japan, in 1916, Pang Tseng-Ying grew up in Beijing, China, where he began a conventional art education when he was little. He had practiced Chinese calligraphy since his childhood under his mother’s instruction, and studied traditional Chinese painting from an early age. He was accepted by the Jinghua College of Art at the Beiping University in Beijing at 18, where he focused his study on Western painting. He then received a scholarship to study in Japan, and entered the Nihon University. Upon graduation, he returned to teach at the Jinghua College of Art in Beijing. He brought his family to Taiwan in 1949, where he taught at the First Girl’s High School, National Fine Arts College, and Fu-Hsin Trade & Arts School. He held his first solo exhibition at New York’s Argent Gallery in 1954, putting on display the works he painted in the Mainland, Taiwan, and Tokyo. The exhibition received prominent media coverage. A member of the modern painting movement during the 1950s and 60s, Pang had produced numerous oil paintings during the years he spent in Taiwan. In 1965 Pang received the highest national honor, the Chiang Kai-shek Award. In 1966 he took up the residency in the U.S., where he garnered attention and praise from the art circle, cementing his status among seminal modern painters.“
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