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1930s Huang Yao Seal carved by Wang Shoupeng
In our records, this seal was carved by Wang Shoupeng (1875-1929). Inscription was probably done by another person as Wang had already passed away in 1930s.
December 22 1934: Huang Yao Seal engraved by Mu Yilong
Mu Yilong was Huang Yao's colleague at Xinwen Bao ( The News ) in Shanghai. He was also a reknowned photographer.
Huang Yao Seal engraved by Zhang Yingchao a fellow cartoonist from Shanghai
Zhang Yingchao was a famous and active cartoonist in the 1930s Shanghai. He served in the committee for the First National Cartoon Exhibition in 1936.
September 1942: Huang Yao Seals engraved by Xie Meinu
Mei Nu (1911-‐1991), famous seal engraver, engraved for both Mao Zedong and Jiang Jieshi. He was friend to Qi Baishi and Xu Beihong. In our records, Xie Meinu had engraved 2 seals for Huang Yao.
October 1944: Huang Yao Seal engraved by Indigenous Native Chief in Yunnan
In 1944 Huang Yao had given a painting to a tribal chief in Kunming, the seal could be an exchange.
1956 to 1977 Huang Yao Seals engraved by Zhang Shiren
In our records, Zhang Shiren had carved 5 seals for Huang Yao.
July 27 1956: Poem by Lim Lian Geok (Lin Lianyu)
Poem are being translated to English at the moment and will be uploaded over time.
1957 to 1972 Huang Yao Seals engraved by Tao Shoubo
In our records, Tao Shoubo (1903 - 1977) had engraved 5 seals for Huang Yao.
1957: Xie Bingying
In Xie Bingying’s article, “牛鼻子其人其画”, she writes that she first met Huang Yao in 1957, in Penang, Malaysia.
July 26 1957: Message from the Minister for Education of Malaya
Cartoons can be understood by everybody. The Cartoon-drawing is a new art which has proved to be very interesting. Cartoons of an educational; nature can be of much benefit to the people and can have a stimulating effect to the intellect.
December 1959: Ven. Zhu Mo
Ven. Zhu Mo born in China in 1913 and was fully ordained as a monk in 1928. He studied at the Minnan Buddhist Institute founded by the great reformer of Chinese Mahayana Buddhism, Dharma Master Tai Hsu.
1960s Huang Yao Seals engraved by Lu Dinggong
Lu Dinggong continued teaching after he left china.......
April 1963: Chen Jiying photograph
The note behind this photograph can be roughly translated as... To elder brother Jiatang (Huang Yao’s other name) and wife with remembrance: (Photo was taken in April 1963 at mother's 80th birthday.)
1980s Stories of the Seals
Huang Yao had a broad repertoire of art works. They range from the traditional Chinese paintings of human figures, landscapes, birds and animals, to his unique upside down calligraphy , innova-tive painting of the ancient Chinese character.
1980s Huang Yao Seals enraved by Yi Yueshi
In our records, Yi Yueshi (1912 - 2006) had engraved 3 seals for Huang Yao.
1980s Huang Yao Seals engraved by Gui Tian
In our records, Gui Tian had engraved 3 seals for Huang Yao.
Huang Yao Seals engraved by Lin Qianshi
Lin Qianshi(1980 - 1990) had engraved 4 seals for Huang Yao. Lin Qianshi and Huang Yao participated in the Ten Friends Calligraphy and Painting exhibition on 8-‐14 August, 1957 Hong Kong. Year of these seals are unkown
Huang Yao Seal engraved by Zhuang Zi
Zhuang Zi had engraved 1 seal for Huang Yao. Year unknown.
Huang Yao Seal engraved by unknown engraver 2
engraver and year unknown
Huang Yao Seal engraved by Qing Ni
Qing Ni had engraved 1 seal for Huang Yao. Year unknown.