Z.S. Liang
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Buffalo Scout-SOLD

oil on canvas
36 x 24 in
(91.44h x 60.96w cm)
$28,000
SOLD

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Calling for the Buffalo Spirit-SOLD
<p> oil on canas<br /> 36 x 28 in<br /> (91.44h x 71.12w cm)<br /> <strong>SOLD</strong></p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> &q...
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High Vantage Point-SOLD

oil on canvas
40h x 28w in
101.60h x 71.12w cm
SOLD

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Horse Whisper-SOLD

oil on canvas
20h x 14w in
50.80h x 35.56w cm
SOLD
 

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In the Morning Mist-SOLD

oil on canvas
24h x 30w in
60.96h x 76.20w cm
SOLD

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Medicine Healer-SOLD

oil on canvas
48 x 28 in
(121.9h x 71.1w cm)
SOLD

 

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Mountain Man 1840-SOLD

oil on canvas
42 x 26 in
(106.68h x 66.04w cm)
SOLD

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Offering to the Sacred Water-SOLD

oil
28 x 40 in
(71.1h x 101.6w cm)
SOLD

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Old Friends Meeting On The Old Trail-SOLD

oil on canvas
36h x 24w in
91.44h x 60.96w cm
SOLD

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On the Bozeman Trail-SOLD

oil on canvas
9h x 12w in
22.86h x 30.48w cm
SOLD

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Preparing for the Ceremony-SOLD

Oil
44 x 30 in
(111.8h x 76.2w cm)
SOLD

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Pride of the Dakota-SOLD

oil on canvas
44 x 24 in
(111.76h x 60.96w cm)
SOLD
 

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Protectors of the Tribe-SOLD

oil on canvas
40 x 56 in
(101.6h x 142.24w cm)
SOLD

 

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The Bear Medicine Man-SOLD

oil on canvas
46 x 34 in
(116.8h x 86.4w cm)
SOLD
 

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The Blanket Gun-SOLD
<p> oil on canvas<br /> 48 x 26 in<br /> (121.92h x 66.04w cm)<br /> SOLD</p> <p> <br /> This painting depicts an ...
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The Ermine Headdress-SOLD

oil on canvas
20 x 12 in
(50.8h x 30.48w cm)
SOLD

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The Guardian of the Bear Spear-SOLD

oil on linen
60 x 34 in
(152.4h x 86.36w cm)
SOLD

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The Sacred Moment-SOLD

oil on canvas
50h x 32w in
127h x 81.28w cm
SOLD

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The Strength of Belief-SOLD

oil on canvas
48h x 26w in
121.92h x 66.04w cm
SOLD

 

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Voice of the Canyon-SOLD

oil on linen
36 x 51 in
(91.44h x 129.54w cm)
SOLD

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Winged Omen of Good Luck-SOLD

oil on canvas
36 x 36 in
(91.44h x 91.44w cm)
SOLD

Biography

Z.S. Liang, b. 1953, China


Born in China and raised in a family of artists, Z.S. Liang began his training at an early age. Like many of his contemporaries, Liang studied realism where he had the opportunity to study the work of 19th and 20th century Russian masters.  With the end of the Cultural Revolution, came the opportunity many promising Chinese artists yearned for; access to western books and magazines and the ability to travel abroad and experience western culture.  It was on the east coast of the United States that Liang was first inspired to paint Native American cultures.  His passion for the Native Americans as a people coupled with a keen sense of historical accuracy, storytelling abilities and exceptional drawing skills, add strength and truth to his dynamic portrayals.  During the ensuing years of field research, he has made many connections and friends among native tribes from the east coast to the west coast.


Today, Liang’s penchant for detail combined with the historical and narrative elements of his paintings have firmly established him among the ranks of the finest western, representational painters in the country.  In each painting, whether a complex subject matter or simple, his meticulous research and dedication is clearly evident, giving his work passion and authenticity.

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