Description: Ng Foo Cheong reproduces the intricacies and fluidity of watercolour and Chinese brush painting with acrylic on canvas. In fact, at a distance, you will find it hard to tell the difference. The aesthetic also bears some similarities to Japanese sumi-e, or Japanese brush painting. This highly textured and dynamic work contains multiple symbols which unite to create a distinctive quality. Ng Foo Cheong graduated from Kuala Lumpur College of Art with a Diploma in Fine Art in 1985. His art, a metaphor for the persistent cultural significance of ancient civilisations throughout the ages, has been displayed in shows in London, Stockholm, Brussels, New York, West Indies, China, Korea, Japan, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, Australia, etc. His works can be seen hanging inside a prestigious gallery located at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.
Dimensions: 91cm x 122cm
Artist or Maker: NG FOO CHEONG
Medium: Mixed media on canvas
Provenance: Private collection, Kuala Lumpur
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