Items Wanted

Items Wanted:   Seeking All Works by Ling-fu Yang.  楊令茀

Please contact me if you have any of the following items for sale.

Ling-fu Yang:

I'm looking for paintings, prints and books, etc by Ling-fu Yang, aka Yang Ling-fu 楊令茀 .
I'm also interested in original photographs of Ms Yang, letters, correspondence, journals, original newspaper and magazine articles, etc..


I'm looking for the following books by Yang Ling-fu, at a reasonable and affordable price.

Shui yuan shan chang ji / Yang Lingfu zhu / Boundless Water & Mountain
水遠山長集 / 楊令茀著 / Publisher: [Taibei Xian Yonghe Zhen] : Wen hai chu ban she -1975
[臺北縣永和鎮] : 文海出版社

San du Taiping Yang : Yang Lingfu jiao shou shi hua ji / [Guo li gu gong bo wu yuan bian zuan] = Thrice across Pacific Ocean / by Yang Lingfu
三渡太平洋 : 楊令茀教授詩画集 / [國立故宮博物院編纂]  / Publisher: Taibei : Hua xin wen hua shi ye zhong xin, 1976 / 台北 : 華欣文化事業中心


Translations of My Art. Volume One. The Dragon Fights by Yang Ling-Fu

Translations of My Art, Volume Two. Artistic Cooking, by Ling-fu Yang.
Aka The Peacemaker.


Cui wei zhang / Yang Lingfu zhu, Zhai Guojin yi
翠薇嶂 / 楊令茀著, 翟國瑾譯 / Publisher 黎明文化事業公司
/ Límíng wénhuà shìyè gōngsī -1978   (Taibei : Li ming wen hua shi ye gong si, Minguo 67)

楊令茀詩畫萃.
Yang Lingfu shi hua cui.  / Publisher 上海中華書局 / Shànghǎi zhōnghuá shūjú - 1926



莪怨室吟草: 上卷
É yuàn shì yín cǎo: Shàng juǎn / Publisher 武英殿 / Wǔyīng diàn - 1927


楊令茀教授詩画集 / Yánglìngfú jiàoshòu shī huàjí ( Professor Yang Ling-fu Poetry Collection )
Publisher: National Palace Museum, 1976 / 國立故宮博物院 / Guólì gùgōng bówùyuàn




Some of her work was printed as greeting cards, postcards, Christmas cards and place-cards, etc published by Cathay Arts, San Francisco, Quan-Quan Co. Los Angeles among various other California based publishers.  I am looking for all of these as well. 

One of the Christmas cards published by Quan-Quan Co featuring art by Ling-fu Yang is titled "Christmas Happiness"


Christmas Happiness, by Ling-fu Yang, published by Quan-Quan Co. Los Angeles



I already have the following Ling-fu Yang prints:
Proud , Loving Pair, First Flight, Well Done, & the Four Seasons set.

There are TWO versions of the Four Seasons.  I would like to find the less common version that does not contain the word "Season", but simply Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter.





If you have any Chinese paintings or prints with any of these following red chop seal signature stamps shown below, they are works by Ling-fu Yang & I would like to buy them

Chop Seal Signatures of Ling-Fu Yang
Chop Seal Signatures of Ling-Fu Yang


Thank you

If you have any of the above and wish to sell them, please contact me either through a comment on this page, or via my Google+ profile, or via eBay message via my eBay..

Thanks again.

I'm also looking for works by Han-si Yang, aka Jen an Yang.

26 comments:

  1. I so enjoyed your post. Thank you for all your information!

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  2. I have a litho entitled "Summer" by the above mentioned artist. It is in excellent condition.

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  3. I have a set of four seasons without the word seasons and has a red stamp if you're interested email me at smookie20@yahoo.com

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  4. I have a vase that looks very similar to your Antique Japanese Meiji Period Satsuma Vase, although it appears to be of saints and Quan Yin I recently inherited from my mother. Found your Blog while searching for items that seem similar, since I know very little of its origins except that it must be from the 19th Century. If you are of interest, I can send you photos - my email is laurenraine9@gmail.com.

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  5. I bought a framed piece that turns out to be a greeting card framed by Ling Fu Yang - It is different than any image I've ever seen - Maybe you are familiar with it - I can send photographs if you want to see it :-) my email is sunset.solutions@yahoo.com

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  6. I have a 1000 Faces Demitasse cup/saucer with Geisha Girl Lithophane at bottom of cup & red stamp/mark at bottom of saucer. I would love to know more about this item I have had for quite a while now. Especially its age/maker/value before i attempt to list on eBay. If you are interested let me know, I will send photos. spidyeyes@centurylink.net

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  7. Greetings Lita, My name is Ted and I reside in Phoenix, Az. Are you still interested in the four seasons (set) with merely the (one word) seasons? (I have them...beautifully framed (black) Excellent original condition, under glass with dust paper on reverse, I will sell. I am an amateur collector and I have many Asian works. Some I cannot identify as Chinese or Japanese. Many original works of art, (not prints) with 'chop marks' I cannot read, of course. Many works of the Chinese forbidden stitch. Absolute perfect, vintage menu, from the Marco Polo, Honk Kong restaurant, Many extremely intricate paintings from colored thread/stitch, a beautiful match pair of oil paintings by Kee Fung Ng, many other artists, etc. and would love to receive some help with identifications. I am selling selling ALL MY ART and COLLECTABLES. Ted

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  8. I have three of the four seasons that you are looking for by Ling Fu Yang. They are in excellent condition - matted and framed in black wooden frames. These are the less common versions that simply state spring, summer, fall and winter. I have summer, fall and winter. If you would like photos, please let me know. My email is: cjreigle2004@yahoo.com. Thank you.

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  9. Hi, I was given a footed vase and I can't identify it. the mark is a diamond with an M in the center. it also says m guruya(not sure if this is right as it is worn. Also says yokohama Japan. Any help would be appreciated

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  10. I have a very large plate it is 610mm wide and some 70mm deep arita plate with a simple hallmark(unknown) have photos ....I am davehunter381@hotmail.com can anyone help , want to sell it...Dave Hunter.

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  11. Hello there thank you for having a great information section on marks. I have a piece of japanise porcelain ,with a mark I love to more of, my email is derekcocozen@gmail.com so I could see you a picture regards

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  12. I have a print titled "Happy Family" with yellow birds. It is signed and stamped in a bamboo frame. If you are interested in this picture, I can be contacted at margaret4040@comcast.net.

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    1. I am trying to identify a pottery mark but can't figure how to get a picture loaded. It is hand signed in blue cobalt colored Japanese writing. My email is lorrifullerburrell2@Gmail.com. I know I can send pics that way

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  13. Just out of curious. What are those prints being purchased for. I have the set of seasons.
    Raven32864@gmail. Com

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  14. Just out of curious. What are those prints being purchased for. I have the set of seasons.
    Raven32864@gmail. Com

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  15. Thank you for those great informations about marks. I have a piece of japanise porcelain sandstone probably Seto.
    Celadon glaze cracked and relief enamelling
    It is decorated with a scene of two samurai who seems to throw water from a container. The character is bleeding face. The other character seems to offer him a cloth to dry the face ... Maybe theater actors.,
    picture regards
    jfbaeta14@yahoo.fr

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  16. Hi I was wondering if you could possibly help me out with the marks on a few pieces I just got? I think I'm figuring it out so far..but one I just can't seem to find anywhere. My email is onesadmom@gmail.com Hope to hear from you!

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  17. hi, i have a "froggy and insect " vase supposedly Japanese 1880 and the base has been drilled but marks either side can be seen, long shot but don't suppose you have seen it before? i see you are inundated but if time i have a photo and would appreciate knowing .. graftingforever@aol.com

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  18. four s : Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter currently on e-bay
    *Prints from the Wing On Company of San Francisco, CA
    seller name: snazzzyfinds

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  19. Hi are you still interested in Ling Fu Yang? I have four paintings that aren't listed here.

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    1. Yes I am. Just have to catch me when I have funds.

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  20. It appears I have a small Kutani Touzan Vase. Hand painted porcelain around 2 3/8" tall. Lovely gold trim accents. Appears to be a Couple on it- Man & Woman. Any idea what value it has?

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  21. I have a small vase that has some kind of scenery carving in the center. I have been searching the makers mark with no luck. How can I upload a photo to see if you recognize it or not. I really enjoyed reading what you have listed very informational.
    Thank you

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  22. Twelve Attractive Place Cards by Ling-Fu Yang

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