|Stamp Title:||Selected Works of Liu Haisu|
|Piece in Set：||3|
|Date of Issue:||2016-03-16|
|Size of Stamp:||40×54mm|
|Sheet Composition:||16 for layout Ⅰ and 4 for layout Ⅱ|
|Printer:||Shenyang Post Printing Factory for P (Ⅰ) Beijing Stamp Printing House for P (Ⅱ) Henan Post Printing Factory for P (Ⅲ)|
|Printing Technology:||offset printing for P (Ⅰ) heliographic printing for P (Ⅱ) woodblock overprinting for P (Ⅲ)|
Born in Changzhou city, e of East China's Jiangsu Province, Liu Haisu (1896-1994) was an outstanding art educator and master of art in 20th century as well as a pioneer of in China's new art campaign.
Devoted Devoting his life to art education and creation, he was well-versed in Chinese painting, traditional Chinese painting, calligraphy and art theory. Liu was good at landscapes, flowers and , birds, and beasts with using the ink spilt choi technique.
For the last few years of his life, Liu's painting, full of force and individual expression, was concerned with Huangshan, which gained him a widespread reputation both in China and abroad.
March 16, 2016 was the 120th anniversary of Liu Haisu's birth. The set of stamps capture “This Land so Rich in Beauty", "Ink Lotus" and Huangshan Waterfall".
The set of stamps were printed by three printers using three printing processes, a first in the history of Chinese stamps.
In accordance, China National Philatelic Corp will issue three FDC and three commemorative postmarks.