Well Listed, Exhibited and Collected. Liao Shiou-Ping is now widely considered as Taiwan’s “Father of Modern Print-Making”. "L'automne" AQUATINT ETCHING — Signed, numbered in Pencil—10/30, L'automne, 1968, h: 24.75" x w: 19.25" (sight), Modest Black Metal Framed, Linen Matted (h: 17.50" x w: 31.50", EXCELLENT CONDITION.
Liao graduated with a B.A. degree in Fine Arts form the National Taiwan Normal University in 1959. From 1962 to 1968, he furthered his studies at the Tokyo University of Education and L'École des Beaux-Arts in Paris respectively. In 1969, he moved to New York, U.S.A. Liao returned to Taiwan and taught printmaking at the National Taiwan Normal University and Culture University form 1973 to 1976. In 1974, he published his book "The Art of Printmaking". In 1977, he was invited by the Tsukuba University in Japan to set up a working studio of printmaking and he taught there for two an a half years. In 1988 and 1991, he was also invited by China Academy of Fine Arts and Nanjin Academy of Fine Arts in China, being a visiting professor in a printmaking class. In 1994, he returned to Taiwan being a visiting professor at National Institute of the Arts. He was an adjunct professor of Art at Seton Hall University in New Jersey for 12 years (1979-1992). He was a member of the Society of American Graphic Artists, Graphic Association of R.O.C., and Graphic department of Salon d'Automne in Paris, France, and an adjudicator of the International Biennial Prints Exhibition of Taiwan R.O.C. and the Print Section of the National Taiwan Fine Arts Exhibition.
He has held more than 70 solo exhibitions in New York, Paris, Tokyo and many big cities around the world. Many of his works are collected by the museums over 40 countries, for example : British Museum in London, England; The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, U.S.A.; National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo, Japan; Taipei Fine Arts Museum in Taipei, Taiwan; Shanghai Museum of Art in Shanghai, China.
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