Min Li Fine Arts
Figures Series
"Perennials"
Early Seasons Series, Spring
Giclée and Paper Prints Available
"Before the Performance"
Early Seasons Series, Summer
Giclée and Paper Prints Available
"Goldie and the Retriever"
Early Seasons Series, Summer
Giclée and Paper Prints Available
"The Slavic Flutist"
Early Seasons Series, Winter
Giclée and Paper Prints Available
School girl
24x30 Oil on Cavans


Prints for this painting are not available at this time
Country girl
30x40 Oil
$12000  


Prints for this painting are not available at this time
Flute player
30x40 Oil
$12000  


Prints for this painting are not available at this time
(untitled)
40x30 Oilon canvas
$12000  


(untitled)
40x30 Oilon canvas
$12000  


(untitled)
40x30
$9980  


Girl (2009)
16x12 Oil on Canvas
$2800  


Prints for this painting are not available at this time
The girl
24x30 Oil on canvas
$4500  


Perennials (1997)
30x30 Oil on canvas
$8800  

The female form sitting in flowering season in “contrapposto” is represented in freedom of movement. The tonal range of Mineral Violet to Terra Rosa and Naples Yellow of the young woman’s dress.
Before the Performance (1998)
30x30 Oil on canvas
$8490  

In this veranda scene Min paints the cross-legged femme enjoying a music book. Within the balustrade, the true virtuoso rests in a simultaneous state of focus and relaxation. Unstirred by the sultry summer, this bass player is ready for the performance.
Goldie and the Retriever (1995)
30x30 Oil on canvas
$5950  Sold

Min pictures the portrait of the woman facing her retriever in various shades of cadmium yellow. The downcast gaze of the human complements the upturned snout of the animal as the two figures engage in active dialogue of loyalty and respect. The background and sharp crochet pattern make for interesting contrast while maintaining unity.
The Slavic Flutist
30x30 Oil on canvas
$6750  Sold

The figure’s gaze looks out of the canvas and meets our own. The woman donning the “ushanka” and “parka” sits in a frontal view position. The sfumato or “smoky” style in the distance is created by blurring outlines to portray atmospheric perspective.