Limin Fang is a contemporary printmaker best known for his abstract compositions. Born in Quzhou in Zhejiang province, Fang attended China National Academy of Fine Art’s School of Education (1989) and their woodblock print program (1999). After graduation, he took a teaching position in the academy's printmaking department. In 1997, Fang was one of the 60 Chinese Contemporary printmakers selected for the Muban Foundation collection in London, the first effort to introduce these artists to a Western audience. Today, he serves as the vice director of the printmaking department at the China National Academy of Fine Arts.