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Mian Situ The Golden Mountain - Arriving San Francisco, 1865 Giclee On Canvas

Mian Situ The Golden Mountain - Arriving San Francisco, 1865  Giclee On Canvas Mian Situ

Status: Available | Condition: New | Edition:Limited Edition Giclee On Canvas | Edition Size: Limited Edition 75 | Dim:35 X 42 | Mian Situ| Item #: GWGOLDMOUNTAIN

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The Golden Mountain - Arriving San Francisco, 1865  Giclee On Canvas

NOTES: The Golden Mountain - Arriving San Francisco, 1865 . By the mid-1800s, news of the discovery of gold in California reached its way across the Pacific and spread quickly throughout China. Trade relations had brought some Chinese to California as early as the sixteenth century, but the gold rush brought tens of thousands of emigrants in search of better economic opportunities and political freedom. Thirty dollars was the fare for Chinese passage to America and these passengers were restricted to an area of the upper deck unless foul weather forced them below. This painting depicts a first sighting of America, the Golden Mountain. When first exhibited at the Autry Museum at its annual Masters of the American West show in 2003, the painting received the Thomas Moran Memorial Award for best painting and both the Artists" Choice and Patrons" Choice awards recognizing its qualities as a significant accomplishment in the field..

The Golden Mountain - Arriving San Francisco, 1865  Giclee On Canvas by Mian Situ  is signed by the artist and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Mian Situ bio

"Born in Southern China, Mian Situ received his formal art training in his native homeland of Guangdong, formerly Canton. He graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the prestigious Guangzhou Institute of Fine Art. After instructing for six years, he earned a Masters in Fine Art. Immigrating to Canada, then later moving to the United States, Mian s paintings clearly reflect his upbringing in the rural countryside of his native China. His artistic diversification of subject matter, from the people of the small villages and farming communities going about their daily lives to the exquisite portraitures as well as his most recent works inspired by western historical themes and American landscapes, all reflect the sensitive dedication of this Master Artist. Mian has been recognized with many national art awards. During the 2002 Masters of the American West exhibition and sale at the Autry National Center in Los Angeles California, Mian Situ received the Masters of the American West Museum Purchase Award, the Thomas Moran Memorial Award for Artistic Merit and the Patron s Choice Award. In 2003, Mian was honored with the Thomas Moran Memorial Award, Artist s Choice Award and Patron s Choice Award. Most recently, in 2005, Mian was presented with the Artist s Choice Award for his painting, The Word of God. Mian Situ is represented by Trailside Galleries in Scottsdale, Arizona and Jackson, Wyoming. He lives with his wife, Helen and daughter, Lisa in Southern California. "