Chen Li was born in February, 1981 in Qujing City, Yunnan Province. She graduated from Fine Arts Department of Qujing Teacher's
College in printmaking major in July, 2005. Her print works had participated in Qujing fine arts exhibitions many times.
Kleurrijk Huis #4
Vaas - 2007
Gaston Petit (1930) is a Canadian priest and artist. He is skilled at traditional and modern printmaking techniques and wrote the well-known book "44 Modern Japanese Prints Artists in 1973" in 1974.
The Atelier Petit (his printmaking studio) became an international workshop for limited-edition printing of lithographs, etchings, and mixed media. Petit works in wide variety of media / subjects from purely secular to profoundly religious. He resides in Tokyo, Japan half a year and lives in St. Lawrence, Canada other half of the year.
Clifton Karhu 1927-2007 - Hong Kong Boats #5
The art of traditional Japanese woodblock prints seems to have a magic force of attraction to Western artists. Clifton Karhu became one of the most successful contemporary Western artists working in Japanese woodblock style.
Fusetsu Nakamura 1866-1943
As a calligrapher, Nakamura Fusetsu (1866-1943) studied the works of the Stele School in China, introducing an archaic style that was unfamiliar to the Japanese audience at the time.