• Eve & Adam - golf

    197

    Chinese Ink

    44 cm X 57 cm

    Private Collection

  • Longevity

    1980

    Contemporary calligraphy

    97 cm X 45 cm

    Private Collection

  • Abstract Dragon

    1980

    Chinese Ink

    95 cm X 44 cm

    Private Collection

  • The Chinese People in Wartime

    1943

    Book Cover

  • Landscape

    1950

    Chinese Ink

    120 cm X 56 cm

    Private Collection

  •  Man in Poetic setting

    1980

    Chinese Ink

    69 cm X 55 cm

    Private Collection

  • Shandong Publishers republished Huang Yao’s cartoons from the Shanghai period. Eight original  books (published between 1936 and 1937) were combined into two books, volume 1 and volume 2.

    August 1999: Republishing Niubizi

    1999

    Cartoon Book

  • Visit to a friend

    1980

    Modern Calligraphy

    Collection of Singapore Art Museum

  • Sanyang Kaitai--Good Beginning

    1981

    Calligraphy

    69 cm X 36 cm

    Private Collection

  • Vietnamese Girl with Drum

    1947

    Chinese Ink

    28 cm X 30 cm

    Private Collection

  • Tie Guaili - An immortal

    1980

    Contemporary calligraphy

    36 cm X 46 cm

    Private Collection

  • 4 April 1936
'Niubizi 2’ was also published by Niubizi Company. In these two books there is a main cartoon strip with a small Niubizi character on the side.

    April 4 1936: Niubizi 2

    1936

    Shanghai Library

  • 10 October 1936
Publication of ‘Niubizi 3’ by Niubizi Company. On the cover, it says Niubizi heads to the front lines and he is sitting on an ox.

    October 10 1936: Niubizi 3

    1936

    Shanghai Library

  • Poetic Landscape

    1970

    Chinese Ink

    Private Collection

  • Graphic Painting

    1980

    Chinese Ink

    75 cm X 22 cm

    Private Collection

  • Tang Poem

    1977

    Contemporary calligraphy

    119 cm X 60 cm

    Private Collection

  • Figure and Clouds

    1970

    Chinese Ink

    71 cm X 51 cm

    Private Collection

  • 4 April 1937
Publication of ‘Niu Bizi 4’ by Niu Bizi Company. The cover is Niu Bizi in western military uniform raising his champagne glass. Huang Yao wrote a short note at the end of the book, stating his intention to hold a “International Children’s Niu Bizi Exhibition”, he asked children to submit their drawings about the following topics, ‘Life in the New Republic’, ‘Save the Country’, ‘Common Knowledge’, ‘Science’, ‘Health’, ‘Sports’, ‘Education’, ‘Work’ and “Farming’.

    April 4 1937: Niubizi 4

    1937

    Shanghai Library

  • Together Forever

    1980

    Contemporary calligraphy

    46 cm X 36 cm

    Private Collection

  • Playing in the Rain

    1980

    Chinese Ink on Rice Paper

    37 cm X 46 cm

    Private Collection

  • Abstract Camel

    1970

    Chinese Ink

    78 cm X 108 cm

    Singapore Art Museum

  • Abstract

    1970

    Chinese Ink

    Private Collection

  • 10 July 1937
‘Niu Bizi 5’ is published by Niu Bizi Company. The cover is that of a Chinese attired Niu Bizi holding a fan. More than half the book is in classical Niu Bizi comic strip format, there are a number of pages where Niu Bizi starts to take on the roles of other mythical Chinese characters to comment on society.

    July 10 1937: Niubizi 5

    1937

    Shanghai Library

  • Returning Home in the Rain

    1980

    Chinese Ink

    140 cm X 74 cm

    Private Collection

  • Who says donkey has few skills

    1980

    Chinese Ink

    57 cm X 37 cm

    Private Collection

  • Modesty Receives Benefit

    1979

    Calligraphy

    British Museum

  • In the backlines at Chongqing

    1938

    Book Cover

    Collection of Chongqing Library

  • Yigu Juqi--Resounding Success

    1980

    Calligraphy

    Private Collection

  • Wanxiang Gengxin

    1984

    Chinese Ink

    133 cm X 68 cm

    Private Collection

  • Military Doorgods

    1940

    Woodblock Print

    27 cm X 37 cm

    Collection of Muban Foundation, London

  • 10 October 1936
Publication of ‘Granting Happiness’ by Niubizi Company. The cover is that of the God of Prosperity, wearing his banner, to bestow happiness. Under the cover, the God of prosperity’s banner says, there is no more happiness to bestow.

    October 10 1936: Niubizi Granting Happiness

    1936

    Shanghai Library

  • Ram

    1970

    Chinese Ink

    108 cm X 78 cm

    Private Collection

  • 10 July 1937
‘If I Were… 2’ is published by Niu Bizi Comapny. The cover is that of a Niu Bizi African Woman holding her breasts up, the subtitle of the book is “The Perfect Beauty”. Here Niu Bizi comments on society through the titles such as, “If I Were a Movie Star”, “If I Were Crazy”, “If I were Poor”, “If I Were Chang Er”.

    July 10 1937: Niubizi If I Were 2

    1937

    Shanghai Library

  • ‘Niubizi 1’was published by Niubizi Company . The book cover cleverly uses several types of bread and vegetables to construct Niubizi and tells us what type of bread and vegetables to buy to construct this.

    April 4 1936: Niubizi 1

    1936

    Shanghai Library

  • Malay Niu Bizi

    1956

    Chinese Ink

    55 cm X 42 cm

    Private Collection

  • Chicken

    1981

    Chinese Ink on Rice Paper

    78 cm X 5 cm

    Private Collection

  • Sanmao bullying Niu Bizi

    1936

    Cartoon

  • Vietnamese Man with Musical Instrument

    1947

    Chinese Ink

    28 cm X 31 cm

  • Peace

    1970

    Chinese Ink

    33 cm X 33 cm

    Private Collection

  • Progress

    1981

    Contemporary calligraphy

    Private Collection

  • Marrying Daughter

    1980

    Chinese Ink on Rice Paper

    37 cm X 46 cm

    Private Collection

  • Latex is Gift from Heaven

    1979

    Chinese Ink

    Palace Museum, Taipei

  • Riding the Dragon

    1980

    Chinese Ink on Rice Paper

    139 cm X 72 cm

    Private Collection

  • Mother and Child  

    1975

    Chinese Ink

    Collection of Carolyn Wong

  • Nokia Art Singapore 2002, Calligraphy House, Singapore. The Singapore Art Museum contributed a calligraphic painting of Huang Yao to be exhibited in this exhibition.

    Maguxianshou

    2001

    Calligraphy

    Singapore Art Museum

  • Abstract

    1970

    Chinese Ink

    108 cm X 78 cm

    Private Collection

  • A Sudden Calamity

    1981

    Calligraphy

    British Museum

  • ‘If I were 1…’ is published by Niu Bizi Company. The introduction, ‘What does Buffoon mean?’ by Huang Yao. In this book, Huang Yao did not use comic strip boxes as well and Niu Bizi has the flexibility to become a range of historical figures to comment on modern day society.

    April 4 1937: Niubizi If I Were 1

    1937

    Shanghai Library

  • Brightness

    1970

    Chinese Ink

    Private Collection

  • Reap what you sow

    1980

    Chinese Ink

    Private Collection