Shen Shaomin

(China 1956 – )

Pastorale

Location
Not on display
Further information

Born in Acheng, Heilongjiang, in 1956, Shen Shaoming was trained at the Fine Arts Dept. of Ha'erbin Institute of Education. Before migrating to Australia in the late 1980s, Shen had exhibited his works at many museums such as the National Art Gallery in Beijing, and had received national and international awards for his woodblock prints.

The work, in his characteristic style of rich colouring, depicts farmers working in the field in northern China.

Asian Art Dept. AGNSW, April 2002, Born in Acheng, Heilongjiang, in 1956, Shen Shaoming was trained at the Fine Arts Dept. of Ha'erbin Institute of Education. Before migrating to Australia in the late 1980s, Shen had exhibited his works at many museums such as the National Art Gallery in Beijing, and had received national and international awards for his woodblock prints. The work, in his characteristic style of rich colouring, depicts farmers working in the field in northern China. Asian Art Dept. AGNSW, April 2002

Place of origin
China
Year
1984
Media
Print
Medium
woodcut
Dimensions
50.5 x 74.0 cm sight; 80.0 x 113.0 cm frame
Signature & date

Not signed. Not dated.

Credit
Gift of Ruth Burgess 2002
Accession number
131.2002
Copyright
© SHEN Shaomin