Liuli Gongfang - Glass object - Qulin

Description
Liuli Gongfang - Glass object - Qulin
Taiwan - 1975-1999 - Glass, Lapis Lazuli

This is a Qulin glass work by Taiwanese contemporary artist Loretta Yang, once a film star and started making glass/ Lapis Lazuli artwork based on Chinese theme. Quilin is an ancient Chinese mythology God that brings good luck. It has one female form and one male form. Both have horns, dragon-like skin, and tails.

This work is two double Qulins connected together. The art itself has varies green colors.

Please find the signature of the author Loretta Yang made this piece in 1992.

Loretta Yang is internationally know. Her works are collected in national museums in Taiwan, China, Japan, The National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington D.C., Victoria and Albert Museum in United Kingdom.

Lot details
Object
Glass object
Material
Glass, Lapis Lazuli
Manufacturer/ Brand
Liuli Gongfang
Model/ Name
Qulin
Style
Contemporary
Estimated Period
1975-1999
Country of Origin
Taiwan
Condition
As new - unused
Dimensions
14.5×13×13 cm
Weight
3008 g
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