Medium: Hand signed, limited edition serigraph on paper
Size: 76.2cm x 73.7cm
Good To Know: Unframed, professionally packed, stored flat, condition report available upon request
Arty-Fact: Ting’s real life reverence for women translates in his artwork into an image of a woman that is idealised, ethereal and elegant. Instead of total nudity, Ting’s women are usually partially dressed. Most often bare, their breasts are rendered as circles. Seldom, however, has a simple geometric form been so suggestive. This clever juxtaposition of elements contributes to the sensuality.
Source: The Art of Ting Shao Kuang, Segal Fine Art, 1989, Essay by Anna Manzoni MacDonnell - "Ting Shao Kuang Paintings: 1979 - 1989"