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Lamqua (1801-1860 fl.)
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Lam Qua (1801 1860) was a Western-trained Chinese painter from Guangdong Province of Qing Dynasty China. Lam Qua was the first Chinese portrait painter to be exhibited in the West and is best known for his medical portraiture. Lam Qua studied with George Chinnery, the first English painter to settle in China. Lam Qua became well-known and skilled in Western style of portraiture and developed a following among the international community. 

China Trade Miniature Portrait of Alexander Douglas (attributed)China Trade Portrait of a European TraderChina Trade Portrait of a Gentleman Believed to be Mr. Mouncey

China Trade Portrait of Captain Chistropher BidenChina Trade Portrait of Thomas PearcePortrait of Houqua

Portrait of Sir Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy (attributed)Praya Grande, Macau (attributed)
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