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1960s Niubizi and Xiao Niu Series 1
The first series consists of 40 pieces, measuring 17.5 x 22 cm, executed in ink, pencil on paper, with 6 panels per page and 12 panels make a story.
1960s Niubizi and Xiao Niu Series 2
The second series consists of 16 pieces, measuring 21.5 x 28 cm, executed in ink, pencil on paper, with 6 panels per page and 12 panels is one story
1978 to 1987 Folk Culture Paintings : Sketches
Sketches of Folk Culture Paintings
1978 to 1987 Sketches of Important Cultural Figures in Chinese History
Between 1978 to 1987, Huang Yao moved to Kuala Lumpur to be with his son and family. By then, he was prolific in his creativity and output in paintings. During this period, he did a series of sketches about important Chinese cultural figures.