This is a follow-up to the previous entry posted back in late 2016. You may view the entry here about the late Wu Guan Zhong artworks surround the theme of A Walk Through Nature @ National Gallery Singapore.
The artworks by Mr Chen Chong Swee and Xiu Hai Lou Collection – a private collection of the late Mr Yeo Khee Lim are part of this series of 3 different Chinese brush paintings on display at the National Gallery Singapore from Mar 11 – Dec 03, 2017.
Trio Ink Art Exhibition Map – National Gallery SG
Directional signs to the Trio Ink Art Exhibition Map – National Gallery SG
Here are some of the art pieces which I have taken some photos of during my recent visit to the exhibition.
Chen Cheong Swee – Strokes of Life
Introduction to the gallery
Art Works by Chen Chong Swee – Entrance of exhibition
Art Works on display
Art works on display
Photographs on display were taken by Chen Chong Swee during his travels around Asia between the 1950s -1970s.
Retrieving Nets of Life – 1961
Nepalese Landscape – 1971
Xiu Hai Lou – Rediscovering Treasures
This is a private collection of ink art collected over 4 decades between the 1950s – 1990s by the family of the late Mr Yeo Khee Lim.
Artworks on Display in the gallery
As you step into the exhibition entrance, one is welcomed by the brush strokes caligraphy on display.
Fighting Cocks – 1960
Protecting Its Young – 1945
The Two Cats – 1938
Ducks playing in the Lotus Pond – 1915
Calligraphy in Seal Script – Yang Fa (1696-c.1762)
Flowers on Four Panels – 1903 by Ju Lian (1928 – 19904)
The Ghost-Catcher Zhong Kui – 1939 (Left), The Two Cats – 1938 (Right)
Location of Artworks: Strokes of Life: The Art of Chen Chong Swee
– City Hall Wing, Level 4 Gallery
Rediscovering Treasures: Ink Art from The Xiu Hai Lou Collection
Wu Guan Zhong: A Walk Through Nature
– City Hall Wing, Level 4, Wu Guanzhong Gallery
Exhibition period: Mar 11 – Dec 03, 2017
Exhibition Venue: National Gallery Singapore, 1 St Andrew’s Road, Singapore 178957