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Umbrella by George Tsui

Original Portrait of a Woman Holding an Umbrella

Artwork Description:

  • Medium: Oil on Canvas
  • Framed Size: 25″ x 29″

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George Tsui was born in Hong Kong and moved to New York in the late 60s where he studied at the School fo VIsual Arts and the Art Students League. During this time he worked for NBC and was awarded the prestigious 1997 Emmy Award for “Best Individual Art and Craft”. After twenty years in the New York art scene, Georrge Tsui set out a creative jourrney into China in the pursuit of reaching the next level in his career. Always fascinated and attracted to the rare and exotic, elements of fantasy are often present in George’s work. The idea of creating his own brand of classic romanticism, unrestrained by conventional reality, was very appealing to him. His models are always clad in exquisite silk gos from Tsui’s own collection of 20 authentic impreial dresses and posed in romantic, luxurious surroundings with a variety of antiques, artifacts, jewelry, and exotic plants and animals.

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Umbrella by George Tsui

Original Portrait of a Woman Holding an Umbrella

Artwork Description:

  • Medium: Oil on Canvas
  • Framed Size: 25″ x 29″

[expand title = “George Tsui Biography:”]
George Tsui was born in Hong Kong and moved to New York in the late 60s where he studied at the School fo VIsual Arts and the Art Students League. During this time he worked for NBC and was awarded the prestigious 1997 Emmy Award for “Best Individual Art and Craft”. After twenty years in the New York art scene, Georrge Tsui set out a creative jourrney into China in the pursuit of reaching the next level in his career. Always fascinated and attracted to the rare and exotic, elements of fantasy are often present in George’s work. The idea of creating his own brand of classic romanticism, unrestrained by conventional reality, was very appealing to him. His models are always clad in exquisite silk gos from Tsui’s own collection of 20 authentic impreial dresses and posed in romantic, luxurious surroundings with a variety of antiques, artifacts, jewelry, and exotic plants and animals.

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Please contact the gallery for shipping rates.
Rates are dependent upon delivery location.
contact gallery button
248-539-0262

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