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In order to concentrate my collection I’m selling the following works. OR I CAN EXCHANGE THEM FOR CHINESE CONTEMPORARY WORKS.

Particularly interested in one by Hsiao Chin Tiananmen series. Exchange or BUY.

If you are interested in them you can contact me through the contact’s page or at


Shag is a painter, designer and illustrator working in Southern California. His distinctive artistic style draws from commercial illustration from the past five decades, but the work is imbued with an attitude and sly sense of humor which is unmistakably of our time. Solo exhibitions of Shag's work have been held in the United States, Europe, Japan, Australia and South America.

The paintings themselves celebrate consumerism and consumption on vividly colored sharply rendered panels; the characters drink, smoke and eat in lavish, stylish surroundings. But Shag sees the visuals of his work as window-dressing or stage scenery. He's more concerned with the themes and narratives in the paintings, and the meanings a viewer might find when he looks at a piece of Shag art.

The fish monger

10.000 USD

Oil on panel. 61x76cm. 23,6x29,5inch. Framed 77x92cm. 2007. DC Gallery Palm Springs.

Bambino del coco


3.000 USD

Acrylic on canvas. 99x122cm. 39x48inch. 2006. Jonathan LeVine Gallery NYC.

Stephanie Lecomte

Stéphanie Lecomte est née à Paris en 1968.  Après des études de musiques au Conservatoire de Boulogne (92), elle obtient le Baccalauréat Arts et Lettres en 1987 et rentre à l'Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-arts  de Paris en 1988. Début des peintures sur bois, sur le thème des portes et fenêtres, pendant cinq années jusqu’au diplôme en 1993. Elle voyage à Rome, en compagnie de ses professeurs Georges Jeanclos et Pierre Carron, puis à Florence.

Elle expose à Paris, rue des Beaux-arts, puis rue de Charonne, et participe à plusieurs expositions collectives à Paris, Avignon, Aix en Provence.

Lors d’un voyage en Egypte, elle rompt avec les intérieurs des portes et des fenêtres, et peint sur toile, expose alors au Maroc, à Fès et Marrakech, pendant plusieurs années.

De retour en France, elle rapporte avec elle le désert, qui sera toujours présent dans ses toiles, quelques soient les thèmes abordés. Expose à nouveau à Paris, et aux USA.

Travail par le dépouillement, pour retenir l'essentiel :  "less is more", disait Mies van der Rohe.

Zagora, 1


huile sur fenetre en bois. 102x42.5cm. 2002. Direct from the artist.

Zhou Chunya

Zhou Chunya, one of the biggest names of Chinese contemporary art,  painted the Peach Blossoms (Taohua) series at the same time as the series Green Dog (Lugou) and even Human Figures (Renti). Lu Xun used the following expression to encapsulate ancient Chinese erotic aesthetics: 'In the place that is excessively ripe, the gaudiness resembles peaches and plums'. In psychology every form of behavior has its latent motivation, and even if we do not understand the painter's everyday experiences and unique encounters, we can see the particularity of the language of his paintings which creates the life of the paintings.

Peach blossom (red figures)


Screenprint in colours, 20106, signed, dated and titled in Chinese and numbered 34/50 in pencil, full sheet printed to edges, 100x80 cm. Framed very nice 105x84 cm. Direct from the artist.