Chiang Han-Tung
Prints showing classic symmetry and oriental ethnic color

Chiang was born in Fujian, China, in 1929 and died in 2009. He graduated from the Fine Arts Program at Taipei Normal School in 1952, and then had studied modern art in Lee Chun-Shan Studio. In 1958, he founded Modern Printmaking Association with Yang Yuyu, Chin Sung, Chen Ting-Shih and Lee Shi-Chi and served as the first chairperson. Chiang got into the Sao Paulo Art Biennial in 1959 and received Golden Goblet Award from The Art Society of China (Taiwan). He won Li Chun-Shan Modern Painting Award in 2001 and was granted praise and commendation by Presidential decree when he died in 2009. Chiang's graphic art features with classic symmetry and oriental ethnic color. Critic Hsieh Li-fa compares Chiang with Shiy De-jinn as one of the leading artists in the Movement of Modern Art.