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Huihan Liu, “Morning Chores,” oil, 12 x 16 in., $5,350

Today we’re featuring plein air artist Huihan Liu, who is represented by Total Arts Gallery, with a selection of his oil paintings.

“Many of Liu’s paintings are based on his visits to China and Tibet, where painting on location is difficult, if not impossible,” Johnnie Liliedahl once said. “He relies on his drawings and photographs to compose paintings back in his studio in the U.S. that convey the sense of the country and its people in a culture that is rapidly being replaced by modern conveniences and dress.”

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Huihan Liu, “Sweet Dreams,” oil, 24 x 18 in., $9,500

About Huihan Liu: A Master signature member of the Oil Painters of America and an artist member of the California Art Club, Huihan Liu was trained in the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art in China with a BA in 1972, and an MFA from the Academy of Art College of San Francisco in 1989. With more than twenty years of his professional career as an illustrator, teacher, and painter, he won the Best of Show award in the Oil Painters of America Regional Exhibition in 1996. Huihan Liu was featured in Art of the West magazine in 1998, 2003, and 2005; in The Artist magazine in April 1999; and in Southwest Art in April 2000.

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Huihan Liu, “Visiting,” oil, 42 x 30 in., Sold
Plein air oil paintings by Huihan Liu - OutdoorPainter.com
Huihan Liu, “Ma Qui Pasture,” oil, 30 x 40 in., $27,000
Plein air oil paintings by Huihan Liu - OutdoorPainter.com
Huihan Liu, “Tibetan Prayer Flags,” oil, 12 x 16 in., $5,900

Stay tuned — Liliedahl Art Instruction Videos will soon release a new workshop featuring the teachings of Huihan Liu, so you can learn his techniques from the comfort of your home.

Artist Huihan Liu on the set of his upcoming Liliedahl video, “Expressive Figure Painting”

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3 COMMENTS

  1. I was fortunate to have taken a workshop with Huihan Liu many years ago in Taos. He is so humble and his work is breathtaking! It is unlike any other work I have seen! I was so happy to see him highlighted here😊

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