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Wenlan Hu Frost

Wenlan Hu Frost
Birth name Hu Wenlan
Born 1958
Chengdu, Sichuan, China
Nationality  United States
Field Painting
Movement Abstract Symbolism
Chinese Calligraphy 2.0 - The Love Character
Abstract Symbolism Series: The Love of Ohio 1.0
Artist Wenlan Hu Frost
Year 2007
Type Acrylic on canvas
Dimensions 122 cm × 122 cm (48 in × 48 in)
Location Butler Institute of American Art

Wenlan Hu Frost (胡文兰/胡文蘭), who was born 1958 in Chengdu, Sichuan, China, is an American painter living in Houston, Texas.[1] She developed the Abstract Symbolism painting style in 2007 and is the first artist to present the Chinese character as a symbolic abstract art form on a Western medium, as seen in her Chinese Calligraphy 2.0 – The Love Character Abstract Symbolism Series.[2] [3] [4] Her works are in the collection of the Butler Institute of American Art,[5] where she had her first solo museum exhibition in 2008.[6]


External links

  • The Official Wenlan Hu Frost Web Page
  • The Saatchi Gallery's Wenlan Hu Frost Web Page
  • China Artist Association's Wenlan Hu Frost Web Page (Chinese)
  • Magazine, August 2008 (Chinese)
  • Magazine Cover, August 2008 (Chinese)
  • Magazine, August 2008 (Chinese)
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