In addition to the Portfolio, we also have some woodblock prints for sale. Here are some examples. Please contact us for details. 除了《木版原作集》一套六十幅版画外，木版教育信托也受一些中国艺术家委托，出售他们的木刻版画，以下为部分作品。
Cao Ou 曹欧(1987-) Cao Ou was born in Heze, Shandong province in 1987. He graduated from China Academy of Fine Arts with a BA degree in 2011 and MA degree in 2015. Cao Ou was shortlisted for the First MET Printmaking Awards in 2015. Cao Ou’s Reconstructed Landscapes series《重构山水》is one of the most innovative Chinese woodblock prints in recent years. They are multi-block douban（饾版）prints, printed with water soluble colour. Tens of small blocks were cut for each print. One print used over 100 blocks. In printing, each block has its individual regirster and each carrying one colour, are printed in sequence. This series of prints depicts the scenery of the West Lake in Hangzhou. British Museum acquired 7 prints from this series (British Museum catalogue number: 2015,3058.1.4-7, 2015,3058.1.1-3).
Gu Xiuhua顾秀华 (1988 -) Gu Xiuhuia was born in Liyi City in Shandong province in 1988. He graduated from Tianjin Academy of Fine Art with a BA degree in 2013 and an MA degree in 2016. He was First Prize Winner at the Second Muban Printmaking Awards in 2016. Gu Xiuhua uses detailed wood engraving technique to produce intricate prints. His print will appear in a wood engraving exhibition at Ashmolean Museum in 2020. One of his prints is also collected by the British Museum.
Huang Jinyi 黄金一(1991-) Huang Jinyi was born in Jilin Province, China. He graduated from Guangxi College of Arts. He lives and works in Guangxi. Huang was shortlisted for the Third Muban Printmaking Awards in 2018.
Zhou Xing 周兴 （1937-）Zhou Xing was born in Pizhou in Jiangsu in 1937, he is a Member of the Chinese Artists Association and was named an outstanding printmaker by the Chinese Printmakers Association. He is a recipient of the Lu Xun Printmaking Prize.
Liao Lei 廖磊（1989-）Liao Lei was born in Miluo, Hunan Province. He graduated from Guangxi Academy of Arts with a BA degree in 2008 and an MA degree on 2015. He was shortlisted for First MET Printmaking Awards in 2015.
Lei Ziren 雷子人 （1967 -） Lei was born in Jiangxi province. He graduated from the China Central Academy of Science with a BA degree in 1993, an MA degree in 2003 and with a Doctoral degree in 2007. Lei taught at the Peoples’ University Art Institute as Head of Research in Eastern Arts and as Deputy Head of the Painting Department. He is currently Director of the Jiangxi Institute of Art.