Autumn Landscape, 1960 Ink and gouache on paper, framed and glazed, inscribed by the artist with a date of 1960, followed by the artist's signature. 26 1/4 x 8 1/2in (66.7 x 20.4cm)
程及 秋山水 水彩紙本 鏡框 一九六零年作
Chen Chi was from Wuxi, Jiangsu but spent most of his life as one of the United States' leading ethnically Chinese artists. Keeping his residence and studio at the prestigious National Arts Club in New York City, Chen Chi produced works that blend Chinese paintings materials with western stylistic traditions. In 1999, one of the artist's most prominent collectors, Chinese leader Jiang Zemin, opened the Chen Chi museum at Jiaotong University in Shanghai. Chen Chi's works have been shown at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Whitney, and at Versailles.