19.10.10 by Jeff

Liu Yuanshou

Paintings by Liu Yuanshou.

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artist painter painting liu yuanshou

artist painter painting liu yuanshou

artist painter painting liu yuanshou

artist painter painting liu yuanshou













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Dude, I’m beginning to see quite a few asian artists being covered here with mad talent.

  • I want to see these in person. also curious as to how large they are.

    • so

      his website says most of them are around 1.5m x 1.5m so that’s about 5 feet tall/wide. life-sized! 🙂

  • so

    WOW. new bookmark and a facebook/tumblr post coming up..

  • carla

    YES.

  • Amazing work. This red with white…

  • Jim

    incredible, i love the cloth in the second to last one, and i love checking this blog every now and then and seeing such great work :]

  • sr

    beautiful… love this series.

  • Anny

    her work is absolutely stunning. love the compositions and the fluidity of them all, esp. 1 and 4.





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