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Luo Fa Hui (b.1962-) is a metaphoric painter. In traditional Chinese art, the flower always symbolized sex. Luo painted his flowers as did the American painter O’Keefe, but in a Chinese way. Chinese sex culture is depressingly gentle, dark and implicit. Luo’s roses are dark, wet, gentle and soft, have a gentle beauty, but still reek with decay. In his later work, his roses are glittering and translucent, as charming and delicate as one could ever expect. 

 Luo’s roses are a woman’s sensuality as rendered by a man. Perhaps many Chinese men have the gentleness and delicacy of a woman and, within their culture, are normal and natural.

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Blue Rose

oil on canvas     40 x 44 in  

 

 

Green Rose

oil on canvas            39 x 43 in  

 

 

Mother and Child

oil on canvas     200 x 200 cm 

 

 

Love

oil on canvas     180 x 180 cm 

 

Rose

oil on canvas            63 x 60 in  

 

 

A Life as a Flower 04-1

oil on canvas             16 x 18 in  

 

 

A Life as a Flower 04-1

oil on canvas             16 x 18 in  

 

 

A Life as a Flower 04-1

oil on canvas             16 x 18 in  

 

 

A Life as a Flower 04-1

oil on canvas             16 x 18 in  

 

 

A Life as a Flower 04-1

oil on canvas             16 x 18 in  

 

 

                               send e-mail   or call  508- 375- 0428

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