A second-hand world

This is a limited edition fine art print. In this work, I build a language through the iconography, the borders around the image evoking the framing devices. I want to create a sense of travelling in time between the social media platform and the historical photograph. The visual experience of reality in the digital age differs from that in the past. The conscious creation of distance between oneself and the external world can probably be designated as the founding act of human civilization.

£800.00

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Rug (mounted print) - Huiping Yang

Please purchase this print in Freud Museum Online Shop:

https://shop.freud.org.uk/products/rug-mounted-print

 

A watercolour study of the q'ashqai rug that rests on the famous Freudian couch. 

All rug prints are mounted with white board mount.

Huiping Yang is a young artist based in London who specialises in painting. She graduated from Wimbledon College of Art and is currently completing her MA at Central Saint Martin's, University of the Arts London. She has worked closely with the Freud Museum for many years and has produced a number of artworks for the Freud Museum Shop.

Image size: 22.5 x 17 cm
Mount size: 31 x 25 cm
300gsm

Signed by the artist and dated 2017

 

£20.00

Study (Print) - Huiping Yang

A detailed watercolour panorama print of Freud's famous study, with couch, desk, library and antiquities.

Huiping Yang is a young artist based in London who specialises in painting. She graduated from Wimbledon College of Art and is currently completing her MA at Central Saint Martin's, University of the Arts London. She has worked closely with the Freud Museum for many years and has produced a number of artworks for the Freud Museum Shop.

Print size: 41.5 x 18 cm

Signed by the artist and dated 2017

£20.00

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Sphinx (print) - Huiping Yang

Limited edition print of the famous sphinx which resides in Freud's famous study. 

The sphinx became a major symbol in the oeuvre of Sigmund Freud as it is crucial in the mythical story of Oedipus. In the tale, the sphinx stopped Oedipus in his tracks and asks him to solve a riddle: What walks on two legs in the morning, three legs in the afternoon and four legs at night? If he failed, the sphinx threatened to eat him. But Oedipus answers correctly: Man.

The sphinx - the hybrid of animal and woman - represents femininity and sexuality in Greek mythology.

 

Huiping Yang is a young painter based in London. She graduated from Wimbledon College of Art and is currently completing her MA at Central Saint Martin's, University of the Arts London. She has worked closely with the Freud Museum for many years and has produced a number of artworks for the Freud Museum Shop.

Paper size: 20.5cm x 15cm
Image size: 15cm x 10.5cm

Lithograph print on Velin Arches 300 gsm

Limited edition out of 90.

£30.00

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From Sin Lo Tau Jetty to Ling-tao Jetty: British and German Consulates

Ink and Watercoulour on Handmade Paper without frame

Size without frame: 15cm X 20cm

Year: 2020

£450.00

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From Gulangen Hill to the Peak - Complete

Ink and Watercolour on Handmade Paper Without Frame

Size without frae: 15cm X 20cm

Year: 2020

 

£450.00

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Amoy Club

Ink and Watercolour on Handmade Paper Without Frame

Size without frae: 15cm X 20cm

Year: 2020

£450.00

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Kulangen Hospital and Amoy

Ink and Watercolour on Handmade Paper Without Frame

Size without frae: 15cm X 20cm

Year: 2020

£450.00

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