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  • The Feastmaster

Eric Chan

The Feastmaster

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Oil on Wood Panel

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15 x 11.5 x 1.5 in

381.0 x 292.1 x 38.1 mm

38.1 x 29.2 x 3.8 cm

0.381 x 0.2921 x 0.0381 meter

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Artwork Description
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Named after the sword-and-sorcery film The Beastmaster (1982), this wok-wielding wanderer is most welcomed into humble hamlets where hearth and a home-cooked meal are few and far between.
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Eric Chan (b. 1988) is a first-generation Asian-American visual artist. His artwork features narrative portraiture with ink line drawing and oil painting on wood. He grew up in Connecticut, raised by a Cantonese father, Korean mother, and Korean-Japanese grandparents. He graduated from Vassar College and attended Qingdao University, where he studied Chinese art, culture, language, and calligraphy.

Chan learned to paint from his observations as a life model for studio art classes, and became inspired by narrative art and history painting while working at a book publisher as a proofreader of book jackets and cover art. In 2018, he moved from New York to Seattle, wandering westward for three months in a camper van with his husband Dan. A grandson and nephew of Hong Kong immigrants to Seattle’s Chinatown - International District, Chan’s artistic subjects are often rooted in a personal exploration of intergenerational and multicultural themes of diaspora, dissidence, pilgrimage, and pioneers.
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