Sung-Hee Cho 1988 Oil on Canvas Abstract Painting
An abstract 1989 oil on canvas painting by Korean artist Sung-Hee Cho (born 1949). Signed "Sung-Hee Cho 88" to the lower right, the piece features geometric forms in blue, green, pink, and black against a white ground. Precise mark making adds texture throughout the work. The painting is displayed in a painted black wooden frame.
Sung-Hee Cho was born in Jeon-ju, South Korea in 1949. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Hongik University (Seoul, South Korea) and M.A., Graduate School of Education Ewha Women’s University (Seoul, South Korea). Her works have been exhibited nationally and internationally at galleries and museums including National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (Seoul, South Korea), Gallery Hyundai (Seoul, South Korea), Tambaran Gallery (New York, NY), Opera Gallery (London, UK), and Mudima Foundation (Milan, Italy). Her works are part of the collections of the Museum of Contemporary Art (Seoul, South Korea), Sejong Art Center (Seoul, South Korea), New York Korean Cultural Center (New York, NY), Los Angeles Korean Cultural Center (Los Angeles, CA), Domino Sugar & Co. (New York, NY), Starbucks & Co., Howard Schultz Private Collection (New York, NY), among many others.
32" x 26.5" x 2" (frame).
Craquelure present; most notably to the top edge. Minor loss of color to the bottom edge. Scuffs and scratches present.
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