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Namcheong (attributed) (fl. 1845-75)
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Nam Cheong is one of the few identified artists of the China Trade. He is believed to have had a studio in Whampoa as many of his known works feature the Whampoa area as background He painted both ships and port scenes using a repeated choice of colors. His paintings are identified stylistically through recognizable compositional devices and his use of light. He favored pink tones and smoothly rendered water with a soft play of light in the foreground. Although a few are signed or bear a stamp on the reverse, most examples by Nam Cheong are identified by their style. 


British Clipper Drying Sails in Chinese Waters (attributed)
 
 
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