Wen Yaping

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Painter Wen Yaping, character Jinxi, Zhongtian, Chinese American, now living in Beijing, ancestral home in Longshan, Shunde, Guangdong, national-level artist, former president of the Chinese Academy of Painting (USA), member of the Asian Art Society, special painter of the Asian Art Institute, member of the Chinese Contemporary Masters Painting Collection Da Hong Rao Friendship Association, deputy director of the Guangdong Foshan Xiongcai National Painting Art Museum, master of Foshan Caiyuju, director of Xiongcaiju, director of the Tendency Ho Hall, director of Tian Yi Zangbao Pavilion. In 1992, he entered the California Institute of the Arts for further study, and in 1994, he held a solo exhibition in New York, and his floral works were collected by the New York Museum of Art, and in 1995, he was included in the “Who’s Who in Chinese Contemporary Art” and the “World Chinese Artists Achievement Dictionary”. were collected by the Great Hall of the People and Zhongnanhai. 2011, CCTV “Life of Painting and Calligraphy” featured him; invited by the Ministry of Culture and the Chinese Art Association, he created the painting “Ninety Pandas” as a gift for the 90th anniversary of the founding of the Party, which was exhibited and collected at the Military Museum in Beijing. 2015 August, after strict examination by the Art Quality Department of the Ministry of Culture, he was awarded the title of Chinese Calligraphy and Painting Artist. 2016 In August 2015, he was awarded the title of Chinese Calligraphy and Painting Artist by the Art Quality Department of the Ministry of Culture.
Wen Yaping held a personal exhibition in Beijing, and successively held several traveling exhibitions in many places in China, and his works were well received. Chinese Painting Exhibition” in 2010. Many of his color ink works and Chinese paintings were auctioned by Beijing Poly Spring Auction, Hanhai Spring Auction, and Guangdong Art Auction.
Wen Yaping’s landscape works were favored by many collectors when they first entered the domestic auction market. His work “Tianchi” (186cm×106cm, estimated at RMB 160,000~180,000) was sold for RMB 200,700 at Hanhai’s spring auction in Beijing, and his work “Winter Day” (140cm×309cm, estimated at RMB 288,000~380,000) was sold for RMB 368,000 at Poly’s spring auction in Beijing. It was sold at a high price of RMB 368,000 at Poly’s Spring Auction in Beijing, and the work “Bird in the Jungle” was sold at RMB 184,000 at the recently concluded auction in Guangdong Province, where the work “Exotic” was sold at RMB 115,000.

Representative Works