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Raymond Harris Ching

(1939 ) Wikipedia® : Raymond Harris Ching
CHING Raymond Harris Capercaillie, Male & Female

International Art Centre /Feb 27, 2014
1,207.87 - 1,811.81
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Raymond Harris Ching - House Sparrows On A Muddy Track

Raymond Harris Ching - House Sparrows On A Muddy Track

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Lot number: 62
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* Raymond Harris Ching (New Zealand, b. 1939) House Sparrows on a Muddy Track acrylic on masonite signed Raymond Ching (lower left) 23 x 16 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of the Saint Louis Zoo Association, St. Louis, Missouri Examined under UV light. Appears to be in nice condition with no visible restoration. Shows well in natural light.
Raymond Harris Ching - Ghost Who Walks

Raymond Harris Ching - Ghost Who Walks

Original 2007
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Lot number: 8
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8. Raymond Ching - Ghost Who Walks Oil, ink & collage on board 58.0 x 50.0 Signed & inscribed. Dated 2007 verso more info... PROVENANCE Private Collection, Auckland Purchased at exhibition entitled Ray Ching Autobiography, October 2008, Artis Gallery, Auckland by current owner.
Raymond Harris Ching - Don Forrest

Raymond Harris Ching - Don Forrest

Original 1975
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Lot number: 62
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62. Raymond Ching b. 1939 - Don Forrest 1975 Oil on panel 35.0 x 28.0 Signed more info... Exhibited: Raymond Ching Recent Paintings & Drawings, International Art Centre 1979 Illustrated: p. 172 Ray Harris Ching Journey of An Artist, Carol Sinclair Smith, Gulf Publishing 1990
Raymond Harris Ching - Capercaillie, Male & Female

Raymond Harris Ching - Capercaillie, Male & Female

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Lot number: 64
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64. Raymond Ching - Capercaillie, Male & Female Watercolour 36.0 x 41.0 Signed verso more info... Provenance: Private Collection, UK Illustrated p. 152 Readers Digest Book of British Birds, Drive Publications, 1969 Raymond Ching was born in Wellington, 1939. Now living in the United Kingdom he is one of the world's most acclaimed wildlife artists. His ability to depict texture from the softness of feathers, to the luminosity of water, is remarkable. Capturing the quick silver character of a bird, the delicacy of its plumage, as well as his translation of feather into paint, spotlights the very essence of the subject. These are the aspects of his work that have attracted international acclaim.
Raymond Harris Ching - Pair Of Wekas

Raymond Harris Ching - Pair Of Wekas

Original 1980
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Lot number: 57
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57. Raymond Ching b. 1939 - Pair of Wekas Acrylic on paper 71.1 x 55.2 Signed & dated 1980 more info... Provenance: Private Collection, London, Purchased from International Art Centre, 2000 Illustrated: p. 58 Ray Harris-Ching Journey of An Artist. Text by Carol Sinclair Smith, Gulf Publishing 1990 p. 118 New Zealand Birds, An Artist's Field Studies Raymond Ching and Grahame Turbott QSO, Reed Methuen Publishers Ltd 1986 Anyone who has camped out in the New Zealand forests will know these handsome rails to be inveterate camp raiders. I've tried to imply the bold personality of these birds, so long isolated from danger that they have lost the power of flight and have confidence enough to rummage through tents and take food direct from your plate. I wanted the painting to acknowledge the conventions of a 19th century ornithological stone lithograph by its general composition, texture and colour. Raymond Ching p. 59 Text Ray Harris-Ching Journey of An Artist
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