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Artist Country: China

Dimensions: 20in x 24in | 50cm x 60cm

Medium: Oil on Canvas

The Forbidden City is well known in the world. Therefore, tens of millions of tourists from all over the world come here every year.

The panda is regarded as the national treasure of China. There are only about 1,000 in the world. All live in China. They are very well protected.

As a carrier of history and culture, many historical monuments and tourist attractions
have long been overcrowded, and man-made damage has become increasingly serious.

They need special protection, just like we protect pandas.

The building use knife carving on oil material.


Jia Yuanhua is a Chinese artist, born in 1980, who lives and works in Beijing, China. His contemporary artworks focus on social issues such as the protection of historical buildings, the inheritance of traditional culture, the conflict between tradition and contemporary times, education reform and the sustainable development of the natural ecological environment. Characterised with a naïve art style, common motifs in his works include famous landmarks, pandas and iconic characters. He works mainly with oil or acrylic in his paintings, playing with two main forms of expression in his works. One is a common realistic technique known for paintings. The other is to use an oil painting knife for carving on the surface of the oil onto the canvas but the artist also creates lines in his artworks to express the outline of objects either existed or vanished. Jia Yuanhua’s works were on view on several exhibitions and art fairs in Asia and overseas, such as the Art Zone Exhibition Space 798 in Beijing, the Today Art Museum in Beijing, the Bangkok Chinese Culture Center in Thailand and the Contemporary Art Fair in Luxembourg.

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