Two Landscape Paintings Ink and colour on paper, each framed and glazed Each inscribed and signed Hong Bo, with two seals of the artist Both dated guisi year (2013) 42cm x 67.5cm (16½in x 26½in) each. (2).
洪波 山水二幅 設色紙本 鏡框一對 二〇一三年作
(一) 江嶼煙波 款識：江嶼煙波。癸巳年（2013）春日，洪波畫於出海堂上。 鈐印：洪波、出海堂
(二) 綠崖留雲 款識：綠崖留雲。癸巳年（2013）春日，洪波畫於出海堂上。 鈐印：洪波、出海堂
Hong Bo, also known as Chuhai Tangzhu, was born in Guangdong, China, and now lives in the United States. Hong is a member of the China Artists Association, as well as a consultant for two American art institutes: Genuine Fine Art Gallery and Yi Yan Society. His art is known for its fresh and vigorous style. Hong's works have been published in Fine Arts, The Painter, Art Observation, Chinese Painting and Calligraphy, Rong Bao Zhai, The Chinese, and many other newspapers and magazines. Organisations such as the UCLA Library and the Shenzhen City Library have collected his works. Hong participated and won numerous awards from important art exhibitions in China and abroad. His two international exhibitions, held in 2009 and 2011, not only attracted the attention of public and mainstream media, but also received acknowledgement, commendations, and certificates of recognition from political leaders such as U.S. Congresswoman Judy Chu and San Francisco Mayor Edwin Lee, as well as the California State Senate and many other bodies of government. They praised Hong as 'the quintessence of neoclassical Chinese painting' and 'an ambassador for the Chinese-American cultural exchange'.