Hong Kong Art: Visual Archive
|Chao Hai Tien 趙海天|
|Name in pinyin: Zhao Haitian|
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|Place of birth: unknown|
|Art Medium: painting|
|Chao studied art in New Asia College (now a college of the Chinese University of Hong Kong) under Professor Chan See Man, Ding Yanyong and C.C. Wang, and then went abroad to study modern art at various institutes in the 1960s. She obtained her BFA degree at the Cooper Union, New York in 1969. She was the recipient of the “Award for Excellence in Painting” in the International Art Competition at Gallery 54, Soho, New York in 1988. Chao has held eleven solo exhibitions in Hong Kong and one in Shanghai. She has also participated in numerous group shows in Hong Kong since 1971. Her works may be found in the Hong Kong Museum of Art and various private collections.|
|Zen Space (II) Black (1989) Oil on canvas size unknown||Three Girls by the Pool Side 水池邊三個女孩 (1990) Oil on canvas size unknown||Day Dreamer 織夢者 (1990) Oil on canvas 40.5x50.75cm||Wood (1) 樹林（一） (1990) Oil on canvas 30.5x40.5cm|
|Wood (2) 樹林（二） (1990) Oil on canvas 30.5x40.5cm||Inner Landscape (2) 內景圖（二） (1991) Oil on canvas 61x122cm||Inner Landscape (1) 內景圖（一） (1991) Oil on canvas 61x122cm||The World (3) 大千世界（三） (1991) Oil on canvas 36x72in.|
|Special Request 特約 (1995) Mixed media on canvas 48x90in.||Things in Motion (2) (1995) Oil on canvas 61x91.5cm||Things in Motion (3) (1996) Oil on canvas 61x91cm||Old Woman (1995-96) Prints size unknown|
|Being 存在 (1997) Oil on canvas 178x165cm||Buddha Amongst People 佛在人間 (1998) Oil on canvas 46x32in||Century Space No. 1 (2000) Oil on canvas size unknown||Recreation of Being(Fortress Hill Public Art) 再創存在 (2002) Mosaic Painting size unknown|
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|Official artist website: http://www.haitienart.com/|
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Last updated: 3 July, 2020.