HUANG JUNBI (1898-1991)
Reclusive Life in the Mountains / Calligraphy in Running Script

Reclusive Life in the Mountains
Scroll, mounted for framing, ink and colour on paper
31.8 x 32.6 cm. (12 12 x 12 78 in.)
Entitled, inscribed and signed, with two seals of the artist
Dated winter, wuchenyear (1988)

Calligraphy in Running Script
Scroll, mounted for framing, ink on paper
30 x 27.7 cm. (11 34 x 10 78 in.)
Inscribed and signed, with three seals of the artist
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Lot Essay

Ma Shun Ying is well-known in Hong Kong for serving as voluntary director of the Young Women's Christian Association and director of the True Light Girls' School. She loves art and works diligently to create many artworks. She studied under many masters, including Gao Qifeng, Cai Peizhu, Ding Yanyong, Li Fanping, Huang Junbi, Lin Jiantong, and Liang Zijiang. Among them, Ding Yanyong was the most influential to her. She received many wonderful works with diverse themes. Her husband Wong Wing Seen and eldest son Wong Kwok Learn are both accountants. In the collection are also works dedicated to them, manifesting the close relationship between the family and the artists.

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