Art Brokerage is proud to represent the original paintings and prints of Dr. T. F. Chen. Dr. Chen, a painter, art historian, writer, philosopher, visionary, and founder of Arts For Humanity Foundation as well as T.F Chen Cultural Center in SoHo, NYC. In 2001, Chen was honored with the Global Tolerance Award from the Friends of the United Nations and designated a Cultural Ambassador for Tolerance and Peace, for his lifetime of work dedicated to peace and for his art of multi-culturalism. T.F. Chen?s Arts for Humanity World Tour 2005-2011 aims to promote Art Education and A Global Culture of Peace. Born in Taiwan in 1936, Chen entered the art studio at 14. Dr. Chen was awarded a scholarship in 1963 from the French government to study in Paris. He lived there for twelve years, earning his M.A. in French Contemporary Literature and Ph. D in Art History from the University of Paris (La Sorbonne), while simultaneously studying painting at L'Ecole des Beaux-Arts for seven years. In 1969, Dr. Chen established "Five-Dimensional World Culture" in theory and initiated his signature style of Neo-Iconography (Neo-I) in art. Recognized as "one of the twenty most influential artists in the world today" (Art Critic, Dr. Thomas McEvilley), Dr. Chen has conducted more than 200 one-man exhibitions world-wide. He has published 24 books in English, Chinese and French regarding his art and theories; and is frequently invited to lecture and exhibit around the globe. Chen?s works are featured in over 300 textbooks (including World Art History textbooks such as Arts & Ideas), countless articles, newspapers, etc. and are collected widely both privately and publicly. In 2007-2008 Dr. Chen concentrated his exhibitions in China, enriched the content with "Temple of Heaven" and "Salute to the Beijing Olympics" Series while publishing this book: "Dr. T.F. Chen's Art and the Olympics: an Art for Humanity" In 2010 published an art book "Post Van Gogh Series" and his bio was published by Business Weekly. Chen was asked to paint 100 painting on Shanghai World Expo and has been invited to have one man shows at Expo. He has had worldwide media coverage on his Shanghai Expo Series. Chen's works are in many private and public collections, including those of the Museum of Modern art in Paris, the Taipei Fine Arts Museum, the Smithsonian Institution, and the White House. Listings wanted.