Qiao Dazhuang

Qiao Dazhuang 喬大壯 (1892-1948).

“His compositions tend to be unusual, but his strokes are regular and smooth, resulting in a personal and sometimes eccentric style. Like many of his predecessors in the nineteenth century, he sought his inpiration in Han-dynasty seals.”

“Qiao Dazhuang’s work has been offered at auction multiple times, with realized prices ranging from 172 USD to 65,722 USD, depending on the size and medium of the artwork. Since 2009 the record price for this artist at auction is 65,722 USD for Boating in Spring, Calligraphy in Running Script, sold at China Guardian Auctions, Beijing in 2014.” (www.mutualart.com)

From www.artnet.com
  • Pinyin: Qiáo Dàzhuàng
  • Affiliation: Hui School

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