President Abraham Lincoln on Porcelain Tile Handmade Wooden Frame
23 x 23
When Liu started painting again in the mid 60’s, he started by painting portraits of presidents and other famous people of the time. This portrait of Abraham Lincoln was one of his earlier ones. His portrait of Lyndon B. Johnson took first place in a contest, went to the White House and later on to the Lyndon B. Johnson Memorial Library.
Porcelain painting demonstrating Liu’s design expertise.
12″ Round Plate
Modern Porcelain Chinese Painting
11″ x 16″ Oval/ Vertical
JFK & Caroline Portrait on Porcelain Tile mounted in handmade wooden frame.
14 x 14
Liu painted several portraits of various members of the Kennedy Clan.
Modern Porcelain Painting of 2 Fish
9″ Round Shallow Bowl
Blue on White Porcelain Planter of a Sea Serpent
10″ Deep Planter
Calligraphy on Outside of Bowl – Untranslated
Having studied in a Jingdezhen Porcelain making factory as a young boy, Liu often returned to his roots of painting in the famous blue and white motif of design.
Water Lily Bowl designed with gold trim
12″ Round Deep Porcelain Bowl
Sections of water lilies on the inside and roses vines circling the outside.
Calligraphy on the bottom – Untranslated
Close up profile of Elizabeth Taylor on a porcelain tile unframed.
6 x 9 Vertical
Liu also did an oil painting of her.
Three Moon Ladies. Blue on White Porcelain Plate
14″ x 11″ Oval/Horizontal
Calligraphy – Dedicated and inspired by the first moonwalk.