Zao Wou-Ki

Born in Beijing in 1921, the artist came to Paris in 1948, where he became one of the prominent members of the “Abstraction lyrique” movement with Pierre Soulages, Hans Hartung and Jean Paul Riopelle.

Zao Wou-Ki’s paintings sell for millions of dollars. One of them: “Tou-Fou” was sold at Christies’ Hong Kong for $5.8 million in 2008.

Zao Wou-Ki, died in Switzerland on Tuesday April 9, 2013.

#247

#247, Sans titre, 1974, original lithograph, 53 x 41 cm

#329

#329, Sans titre, 1986, original lithograph, signed by the artist and numbered 2/99, 76 x 56 cm

Work printed in 5 colours, with 3 copper plates, Edited by Poligrafa S.A., Barcelona.

This lithograph is listed in the Catalogue raisonné: Zao Wou-Ki The Graphic Work 1937-1995 published by Edition Heede & Moestrup, Denmark, page 183.

#341

#341, Sans titre, 1989, etching, signed by the artist and numbered 2/99, 76 x 56 cm,

printed in 8 colours with 3 copper plates and edited by Ediciones Poligrafa, Barcelona.

The print is listed in the Catalogue raisonné: Zao Wou-Ki Graphic Work 1937-1995, Edition Heede & Moestrup, Denmark, page 191.

Sans titre #243

Sans titre #243, 1973, etching signed by the artist and numbered 93/99, 53,8 x 76 cm

This etching was printed at Atelier Lacourière & Frélaut, Paris and edited by Galerie de France, Paris.

It is reproduced on page 138 of the Catalogue raisonné: Zao Wou-Ki The Graphic Work 1937-1995, Edition Heede & Moestrup, Danemark.

Sans titre #297

Sans titre #297, 1978, etching signed by the artist and numbered 89/99, 76 x 56 cm.

This etching was printed at Atelier Lacourière & Frélaut, Paris and edited by Galerie de France, Paris.

It is listed on page 163 of the Catalogue raisonné: Zao Wou-Ki, The Graphic Work 1937-1995, Edition Heede & Moestrup, Denmark