Huang Lao Fen, born in Panyu, Guangdong in 1912, is a famous sculpture artist during the Republic of China. He is good at sculpting seal stamps, especially on the surface as small as a rice grain. With his brilliant record of more than 500 words “Zhu Bai Lu Zhijiaju”, it is an outstanding representative of the Chinese carving art “Haoman tooth Carving”.
Huang Lao Fen’s skills are magnificent. All text is given life in his pen. The words are well-proportioned, and the words are mesmerizing. Huang Lao Fen used to engrave the “Empress Dock-based oath” for the Golden Crown of Elizabeth II of the Emperor Elizabeth II. The full text of more than 220 Chinese and Britain. In addition, many of Huang Lao Fen’s sculptures are also treasured by the National History Museum of Taiwan, and specially set up area exhibitions.