The Best of Chinese Original Prints

China Impressions works with art museums and institutions as well as individual established and emerging artists. We aim to bring the best of Chinese contemporary art for international collectors and trade sections. We are able to source any Chinese original print on your behalf. Just get in touch!

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Dance of love (woodblock print)

By Fu Baichuan
40cm x 60cm
Edition of 30
Woodblock Print with Water Soluble Colour

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Lingering charm 1 (woodblock print)

By Fu Baichuan
Year 2016
43cm x 83cm
Edition of 30
Woodblock Print with Water Soluble Colour

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Lingering charm 2 (woodblock print)

By Fu Baichuan
Year 2017
43cm x 83cm
Edition of 30
Woodblock Print with Water Soluble Colour

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Lingering charm 3 (woodblock print)

By Fu Baichuan
Year 2017
43cm x 83cm
Edition of 30
Woodblock Print with Water Soluble Colour

Recent Exhibitions

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Glamorous autumn

By Hao Boyi
Year 1993
Collection from "The Soul of the Black Earth - Contemporary Printmaking from Heilongjiang Province, China" exhibition in UK.

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Morning Sunlight

By Zhang Lu
Year 1960
Collection from "The Soul of the Black Earth - Contemporary Printmaking from Heilongjiang Province, China" exhibition in UK.

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Spring Call

ByYang Kaisheng
Year 1982
Collection from "The Soul of the Black Earth - Contemporary Printmaking from Heilongjiang Province, China" exhibition in UK.

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Xing'an under Snow Bath

By Zhang Xiliang
Year 1992
Collection from "The Soul of the Black Earth - Contemporary Printmaking from Heilongjiang Province, China" exhibition in UK.

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Sunny day in Spring

By Zhang Guanglin
Year 1982
Collection from "The Soul of the Black Earth - Contemporary Printmaking from Heilongjiang Province, China" exhibition in UK.

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Autumn Rhythem

By Zhang Hongxun
Year 1998
Collection from "The Soul of the Black Earth - Contemporary Printmaking from Heilongjiang Province, China" exhibition in UK.

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26th November , 2021 26 / 11 / 2021 Friday, 26th November
Liu De-cai Autumn Water 2020 70cm x 96cm Oil-based multi-block woodcut print · · · · · #woodcut #woodcutprint #chineseart #printmaking #printmakersofinstagram #autumnart #artinspiration #artgallerylondon #artistcommunity #affordableart #版画 #艺术 #londonlife
1st November , 2021 01 / 11 / 2021 Monday, 1st November
He Naiqing First Snow 2020 26cm x 40cm Multi-block Oil-based woodcut print · · · · · #affordableart #snowart #print #woodcut #woodcutprint #printspotters #contemporaryart #reliefprinting #affordableartfair #版画 #asianart #printmaking #printmakersofinstagram
27th October , 2021 27 / 10 / 2021 Wednesday, 27th October
Qi Guojun (b. 1962) 2012 No.1 2012 182cm x 148cm Mixed Medium · · · · #qiguojun #contemporarypainting #contemporaryart #mixedmediumart #paintingprocess #chineseart #affordableartfair #abstractart #abstractartist #londonartgallery #当代艺术 #中国艺术
19th October , 2021 19 / 10 / 2021 Tuesday, 19th October
Yang Yuguang (b. 1970) Auspicious Winter Snow 2020 49.50cm x 53cm Oil-based multi block woodblock Print · · · · · · #woodcut #woodblock #affordableart #affordableartfair #artexhibitionlondon #collectart #artinspiration #snowart #snowscene #peopleofprint #当代艺术 #chineseart #chineseartist #printspotters
13th October , 2021 13 / 10 / 2021 Wednesday, 13th October
Stop by Stand D5 @affordableartfairuk Battersea Evolution 20-24th Oct, to see this exquisite, stunning woodcut print by #zhengzijiang Zheng Zijiang Greeting Autumn 2020 50cm x 61cm Oil-based woodcut print · · · · · · #affordableart #affordableartfair #londonartgallery #londonartist #floralart #printmaking #animalartistry #redart #chineseart #chineseartists #londonartexhibition #woodcut #printspotters #peopleofprint @affordableartfairuk
11th October , 2021 11 / 10 / 2021 Monday, 11th October
Another beautiful woodcut print for @affordableartfairuk 20-24th Oct Battersea Evolution Sha Yonghui Summer snow in ice city 2020 45cm x 44.50cm Oil-based Multi-block Woodcut Print · · · · · · · · #affordableart #affordableartfair #londongallery #weekendplans #artexhibition #artcollector #chineseart #orginalart #originalprint #printmaking #peopleofprint #londonartgallery @affordableartfairuk #flowerartist #flowerartwork
2nd October , 2021 02 / 10 / 2021 Saturday, 2nd October
Stepping into October, with Affordable Art Fair Battersea just around the corner. We are so excited to meet many of you at the event. We will be sharing here over the next few weeks some of the artworks we showcase at this year’s @affordableartfairuk Ouyang Jungde Autumn of Nuomin River 2020 40.5cm x 55cm Oil-based woodcut print Fair timetable: Wednesday 20 October Private View, 5.30pm – 9.30pm Thursday 21 October General opening, 11am – 5pm Late View, 5.30pm – 9.30pm Friday 22 October General opening, 11am – 9.30pm Saturday 23 October Family Hour, 10 – 11am General opening, 11am – 6pm Sunday 24 October Family Hour, 10 – 11am General opening, 11am – 6pm Battersea Evolution, Battersea Park, Queenstown Road, London SW11 4NJ, UK (Free shuttle bus service will be running daily from Sloane Square) Please DM us if you require a free entry code to the fair. 🥳💖 · · · · · #affordableart #affordableartfair #landscapeart #woodcut #peopleofprint #autumnart #londonartexhibition #artevent #artgallery @affordableartfairuk #printspotters #chineseart #艺术 #当代艺术
27th September , 2021 27 / 09 / 2021 Monday, 27th September
Su Yunlong (b. 1976) Yan mountain. Yun mountain. 2017 78cm x 104.5cm Etching · · · · · #etching #intaglio #abstractart #artcollection #intaglioprint #peopleofprint #printmakingartist #museumart #artgallery #艺术
21st September , 2021 21 / 09 / 2021 Tuesday, 21st September
Happy Mid-autumn festival to everyone! 🌝🌝⭐️⭐️❤️💖 The Mid-Autumn Festival (中秋节), also known as Moon Festival or Mooncake Festival, is a traditional Chinese festival celebrated by many East and Southeast Asian countries and regions. It is the second-most important holiday after Chinese New Year with a history dating back over 3,000 years, when the Emperor of China worshipped the moon for bountiful harvests. The festival is held on the 15th day of the 8th month of the Chinese lunisolar calendar with a full moon at night, corresponding to mid-September to early October of the Gregorian calendar. On this day, the Chinese believe that the moon is at its brightest and fullest size, coinciding with harvest time in the middle of Autumn. Lanterns of all size and shapes, are carried and displayed – symbolic beacons that light people's path to prosperity and good fortune. Mooncakes, a rich pastry typically filled with sweet-bean, egg yolk, meat or lotus-seed paste, are traditionally eaten during this festival. The Mid-Autumn Festival is based on the legend of Chang'e, the moon goddess in Chinese mythology. Song Yuan-wen Full moon in one world 2018 Screen print · · · · · #midautumnfestival #chinesefestival #chineseculture #chineseart #screenprint #screenprinting #fullmoonritual #moonart #sky #artcollection #artoftheday #instagood #中秋節 #中秋节快乐
17th September , 2021 17 / 09 / 2021 Friday, 17th September
Zhou Sheng-hua (b.1949) Silent North 57cm x 80cm Oil-based multi-block woodblock print ·Collection of Heilongjiang Art Museum · · · · · #bluesky #landscapeart #chineseart #woodblockprint #woodcut #artinspiration #printsforyourhome #printsaboutprints #printspotters #artoftheday #museumathome #blueartwork #artforcollectors #instaart #版画家