'Chinese Girl' by Vladimir Tretchikoff
This print of the work is an original from the 1950s and it is in the original frame.
- Measures 53cm x 64 cm inclusive of frame
- This is a genuine vintage item circa 1950
Vintage condition class - VERY-GOOD: Item may show some light marks or scratches, possibly small nicks in the paint. Please see photographs.
Background: Vladimir Tretchikoff was a self taught artist who painted subjects inspired by his early life living in China, Singapore, Indonesia and later South Africa. Nicknamed the 'King of Kitsch' due to the popularity of his work with the general public and his willingness to turn his original artworks into mass produced prints. Tretchikoff's prints appear across pop-culture including being featured in Alfred Hitchcock's film 'Frenzy'.
The Chinese Girl, is often referred to as 'the green lady' due to the unusual green hue Tretchikoff painted her in. The model for the piece was Monika Sing-Lee who was asked to sit for the portrait after meeting the artist whilst working in her uncle's launderette in Cape Town.
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