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Scholar Period > Paintings
1980 to 1985 Folk Culture Paintings : Eight Immortals
Folk Culture Paintings of the Eight Immortals
1980 Marrying Off the Daughter
This painting is for the year of the rat. The title, ‘Marrying Off the Daughter’ is about the story of rat daughter getting married to the most powerful. She thought the sun was most powerful, but he declined her proposal for marriage and suggested the dark cloud, which in turn suggested the wind.
1980 Who is Lack of Skill?
The story behind this painting is about a tiger’s first encounter with donkey. At the beginning the tiger was frightened by the strange sound the donkey made.
1980 A Short Nap
No doubt, Huang Yao’s lively happy children at play besides entertaining; the viewers are able to see plainly the humor, joy, friendship, cooperation, freedom, creativity and imagination revealed among the children.
1980s Many Falling Flowers
In the last years of his life, he was still actively painting and exploring new grounds. He started to experiment with painting on tiles with a few young friends who were into pottery art. It was not easy to paint on unbaked tiles, as they are smooth and slippery.
1980 Folk Culture Paintings : Brush Play
Folk Culture Paintings of Brush Play
1980 Folk Culture Paintings : Mythology
Folk Culture Paintings of Mythology
1980 Folk Culture Paintings : Protectors
Folk Culture Paintings of Protectors
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.
Huang Yao Seals engraved by Chen Guanshi
Chen Guangshi had engraved 2 seals for Huang Yao. Year unknown
Huang Yao Seals engraved by 6 unknown engravers 3 with year unknown
engravers and year unknown
February 19 1980: Three Friends Calligraphy and Painting Exhibition (Taipei)
Three Friends: Wang Shizhao, Huang Yao, Chen Naichao
Flower and Birds Paintings
In Chinese paintings, of all the subjects, it is comparatively easier to paint flowers and birds. The title can be 'little birds on the branch' and it can come in many variations.
Human Figure Paintings - Folk Painting
Why are Folk paintings always with auspicious sayings? Because it is an expression of optimism, hope - for a better future, looking forward and not back at the past.
Huang Yao's Landscape Creation1 - A Verse from the Red Cliff
Sometimes I paint human figures and at other times, landscape, depending on my mood. I let my mind follow its natural inclinations without restraint or obstruction.