1989 Wu Shuzhen Chinese Calligraphy Framed Red Happy New Year Poster Print 34"



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The red poster is Happy New Year 4687 "year of the Serpent" made in 1989

Wu Shu-chen was born in Suzhou, China, and grew up in Guandong province. Her father Fu-Ting Wu (Wu Yueh) was the late former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Guandong province. She started practicing calligraphy when she was five. She left China in 1950 for Hong Kong, and became the most accomplished protege of Professor Ching-Hong Chen and Kung-Fu Woo, well known calligraphers, literati and painters. Later a student at Hong Kong University and Columbia University, she moved to America, settling in San Francisco. Her calligraphy hangs in the Asia Art Museum of San Francisco, and in museums across the United States. This couplet was composed for the exhibition, "Traces of the Brush: Studies in Chinese Calligraphy" held at the Berkeley Art Museum, with later venues in Hong Kong and New York.


Very Light wear from use and age


24" x 34"