Catalogue of exhibition of Shanghai born artist Koo Tsin-yaw (1896-1978) who founded the Chinese Calligraphy and Painting Society for Women in Shanghai in 1934. The artist moved to Hong Kong in 1950 and later taught at the Fine Arts Department, New Asia College. The exhibition 'Koo Tsin-yaw: Painting, Calligraphy, Seal Carving', held one year after the artist's death, aims to commemorate Koo's lifetime of dedication to painting.
With list of exhibits and artist biography.
Gu qing yao: shu, hua, zhuan ke
Chinese - Traditional,
ink painting,  calligraphy,  seal carving,  solo exhibition
Koo Tsin-yaw: Painting, Calligraphy, Seal Carving, 顧青瑤：書，畫，篆刻
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