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Mediocre Piece, Designer Described ‘Thrown Away’ Painting

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[By Henry Chau 16:30 15/04/2014]

A designer described last week’s story of the missing painting as mediocre, saying that it did not deserve as much news coverage as it got.

Kan Tai-keung, the designer of Bank of China’s logo, expressed his dissatisfaction this Tuesday over media reaction on last week’s missing painting. The painting (worth HK$20 million) is a Chinese ink work by artist Cui Ruzhuo entitled Snowy Mountain. It was reported missing by auctioneers Poly Auction after it has been sold last week.

“It’s a mediocre piece of work, Cui Ruzhuo is not a famous artisit,” said Kan.

“The media is misguided by the price tag, this could be prevented if journalists have more knowledge on art,” said Kan

Art market information website artpiece.com rated Cui Ruzhuo on 12th place top 500 trending artist in 2012. His most expensive painting, entitled Landscape in Snow, also a Chinese ink painting was sold HK$184 million in 2006.

Police haven’t found any trace of the painting after search, which could now be one of the most expensive mistakes.
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