Tseng Yu-ho

Tseng Yu-ho (Betty Ecke) is considered one of the most imoportant living contemporary Chinese artists. In 1945, when Tseng was only twenty years old, she had her first solo show in her native Beijing. After marrying the scholar Gustave Ecke, she accompanied him to Hawaii in 1948. Since then, Tseng has pursued a highly productive career as an artist, teacher, and noted author of several books on Chinese art history, becoming very much a part of the mainstream of Western modernism.


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