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Zheng Kuifei Emerged As One Of The Four Most Valuable Post-70s Oil Painters In The World

Beijing, China, China, 09/13/2021 / Hxfxkc.com /

Zheng Kuifei, whose oil painting was recently sold for a record RMB 10.12 million at Nanjing 2021 Auction in Studio of Glorious Treasures, emerged as one of the most valuable post-1970s oil painters in the world, alongside Jenny Saville from Britain (oil painting sold for 9.5 million pounds at Sotheby’s London 2020 Auction), Dana Schutz from the USA (oil painting sold for HK $50.5 million at Christie’s Hong Kong 2020 Auction), and Jia Aili from China (oil painting sold for RMB 26.45 million at Yongle Beijing 2021 auction). Zheng Kuifei, born in 1978, is an oil painter, calligrapher as well as a digital artist (NFT creator) living in the USA.

Kuifei lived in New York in the United States in his early years and created oil paintings. His oil paintings have been auctioned at high prices at home and abroad several times. Among them, in 2021, Studio of Glorious Treasures (Nanjing), a time-honored auction house in China, auctioned the oil painting “Eye of God” by Zheng Kuifei and his daughter Zheng Jiayu for RMB 10.12 million, which placed it among the top three most expensive oil paintings auctioned in China.  

At the same time, the sale price of NFT created by Zheng Kuifei in 2021 reached a new high. The NFT named “The Last Supper” was valued at RMB 200 million. His oil paintings have been collected by many heads of state and Nobel Prize winners. Kuifei is a nationally recognized first-class artist in China, deputy director and professor of Confucius Art Museum in China, a philosophical genius and a scientific madman, and has published many books too. He is called the Father of Freezing and Resurrection in China. This is because he was engaged in human science research, a series of oil paintings of meta-cosmic people that shocked critics from all around.

People’s Publishing House published his biography, titled “Legend of Zheng Kuifei”. At present, he is a gold medal artist of YY Entertainment under Baidu, the soul song king of Meta-universe Band, and won the titles of “Contemporary Outstanding Master of Chinese Studies and Contemporary Calligraphy Man”. He participated in the 70th Anniversary Conference and a series of activities held in New York, USA.

Zheng Kuifei published his ideological work “Savior in 2012” at the age of 33, his economic work “New Theory of Capital in the 21st Century” and his philosophical work “Tao Te Ching in the 21st Century” at the age of 36, his philosophical work “Chen Xiang Wu Dao” at the age of 37 and his philosophical work “Fuxi Civilization” at the age of 38. Two philosophical works published by Zheng Kuifei, “Fuxi Civilization” and “Chen Xiang Wu Dao”, carry illustrations made by Han Tianheng, vice president of Xiling Society of Seal Arts and a leading figure in Chinese painting and calligraphy and seal cutting. The oil paintings created by Zheng Kuifei and Zheng Jiayu have been collected by collectors in the United States, France, South Korea, Hong Kong and beyond.

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