Huang Tu-shui (1895-1930) is known as one of the leading sculptors of modern Taiwan. This catalogue which is published on the occasion of 'The Centenary of Huang Tu-shui' offers an overview of the artist's sculptural practice, bringing together over 20 works in wood and bronze, along with selected works of three Japanese masters - namely Koun Takamura, Seibo Kitamura and Fumio Asakura - who were Huang's teachers during his study at Tokyo School Fine Arts (currently known as Tokyo University of the Arts). Includes essays and detailed study of each work of Huang. With artist chronology.
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