Camels, Tomb of the First Emperor of the Ming Dynasty, Zhu Yuan Shang, Nanking. camels_-tomb-of-1st-emperor.jpg

Camels, Tomb of the First Emperor of the Ming Dynasty, Zhu Yuan Shang, Nanking.

Item Code: PQP-86-s
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Redfern 86
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Signed, BAT for colour. Aquatint with sugar lift, two steel faced copper plates, four colours.

This historic avenue of carved animals in Nanking, each some 20 feet high, stretches for about a mile towards the burial mound of the first Emperor of the Ming Dynasty.
Patrick Procktor PortraitAlthough born in Dublin (1936), Procktor was largely brought up in London and Brighton. After being taught art at school by Kyffin Williams, the noted Welsh landscape painter, Procktor attended the Slade School of Fine Art and upon graduating in 1962 travelled around Italy and Greece. The following year he held his first exhibition at the Redfern Gallery with whom he would be associated for much of his career.

By 1968 Procktor was showing in New York and exhibited abroad regularly thereafter alongside extensive travels throughout India, China and Japan. Procktor was also a successful printmaker, his illustrations for an edition of Coleridge’s, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner in 1976 being a notable accomplishment. He was made an R.A in 1996 and his works are well represented in public collections both in Britain and abroad.
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