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A Journey Through Asian Contemporary Art: 20th Century Asian Art

A Journey Through Asian Contemporary Art: 20th Century Asian Art

bayu utomo radjikin - Indonesian artist

bayu utomo radjikin - Indonesian artist

bayu utomo radjikin, Indonesian artists

bayu utomo radjikin, Indonesian artists

Hendra Gunawan

Hendra Gunawan

Popo Iskandar (Indonesian, 1927-2000)

Popo Iskandar (Indonesian, 1927-2000)

Affandi, Indonesian Grand Master

Affandi, Indonesian Grand Master


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Beautiful colors, texture, and depth in this encaustic by "Linda" on her Flickr.

Beautiful colors, texture, and depth in this encaustic by "Linda" on her Flickr.

Ode To Art

Ode To Art

Ang Ah Tee: Alley, Chinatown, Acrylic on Canvas,80 x 80cm. Represented by Ode To Art. Ang Ah Tee’s use of precise detail and constructed texture turn a nondescript alleyway in Chinatown into poetic homage to the disappearance of tradition with forthcoming modernity.

Ang Ah Tee: Alley, Chinatown, Acrylic on Canvas,80 x 80cm. Represented by Ode To Art. Ang Ah Tee’s use of precise detail and constructed texture turn a nondescript alleyway in Chinatown into poetic homage to the disappearance of tradition with forthcoming modernity.

Academy of Art University Drawing (Chinese) - Поиск в Google

Academy of Art University Drawing (Chinese) - Поиск в Google

Ang Ah Tee-Bali

Ang Ah Tee-Bali

Ang Ah Tee - Nanjing

Ang Ah Tee - Nanjing

Thomas Yeo: Valley, Gouache on rice paper, 61 x 46cm. Represented by Ode To Art. " It's easy to say I want to be an artist because I love art. But this love alone is not enough. There are three things you must do to be an artist: You must have a dream, passion and constantly thinking "I must draw this. I must create that".

Valley by Thomas Yeo

Thomas Yeo: Valley, Gouache on rice paper, 61 x 46cm. Represented by Ode To Art. " It's easy to say I want to be an artist because I love art. But this love alone is not enough. There are three things you must do to be an artist: You must have a dream, passion and constantly thinking "I must draw this. I must create that".

Thomas Yeo: Turquoise Lake, Gouache on rice paper, 60 x 45cm. Represented by Ode To Art. Thomas Yeo is a prominent Singapore second-generation artist. Educated at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts,Chelsea School of Art (now Chelsea College of Art and Design) and Hammersmith College of Art and Building,his modern works have been described as "highly imaginative landscapes of the unconscious mind".

Turquoise Lake by Thomas Yeo

Thomas Yeo: Turquoise Lake, Gouache on rice paper, 60 x 45cm. Represented by Ode To Art. Thomas Yeo is a prominent Singapore second-generation artist. Educated at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts,Chelsea School of Art (now Chelsea College of Art and Design) and Hammersmith College of Art and Building,his modern works have been described as "highly imaginative landscapes of the unconscious mind".

Ronnie Ford: Island Dreams, 2016, Mixed Medium on Canvas, 50 x 100 cm. Island dreams convey Ronnie Ford's magnificent projections of the modern desire to flee from the cacophony of everyday life into the calm, vast, meditative spaces of the natural world. This is achieved via the use of muted tones of blues and greens, a stark contrast to the vibrancy of colours in his other works.

Ronnie Ford: Island Dreams, 2016, Mixed Medium on Canvas, 50 x 100 cm. Island dreams convey Ronnie Ford's magnificent projections of the modern desire to flee from the cacophony of everyday life into the calm, vast, meditative spaces of the natural world. This is achieved via the use of muted tones of blues and greens, a stark contrast to the vibrancy of colours in his other works.

Zhu Hong: Impression of Hong Kong, 2015, Oil on Canvas, 70 x 4.7 x 90 cm. Zhu Hong’s understanding of, and passion for city life and architecture are expressed through the way he captures the spirit and essence of a building and its immediate surroundings.

Impression of Hong Kong by Zhu Hong

Zhu Hong: Impression of Hong Kong, 2015, Oil on Canvas, 70 x 4.7 x 90 cm. Zhu Hong’s understanding of, and passion for city life and architecture are expressed through the way he captures the spirit and essence of a building and its immediate surroundings.

Chin Chun Wah: Temple Street , 1977, Ink On Wash, 44.5 x 56 cm. The hustle and bustle of a street market, possibly in Chinatown, is brought to life through this painting. The rows of shophouses with their shuttered windows thrown open as well as the sight of clothes being dried on bamboo poles gives the painting an air of nostalgia, tampered with familiarity.

Temple Street by Chin Chun Wah

Chin Chun Wah: Temple Street , 1977, Ink On Wash, 44.5 x 56 cm. The hustle and bustle of a street market, possibly in Chinatown, is brought to life through this painting. The rows of shophouses with their shuttered windows thrown open as well as the sight of clothes being dried on bamboo poles gives the painting an air of nostalgia, tampered with familiarity.

Zhu Hong: Night Time Square, 2015, Oil on Canvas, 70 x 4.7 x 90 . The colours employed are usually vibrant and arresting, and they reflect keenly the lively tropical atmosphere of Hong Kong. By injecting such an unconventional and localised twist into what is supposedly one of the most traditional and timeless mediums in the Western art world, Zhu Hong paints like no other, and his works inspire us to observe familiar scenes and objects with fresh eyes.

Night Time Square by Zhu Hong

Zhu Hong: Night Time Square, 2015, Oil on Canvas, 70 x 4.7 x 90 . The colours employed are usually vibrant and arresting, and they reflect keenly the lively tropical atmosphere of Hong Kong. By injecting such an unconventional and localised twist into what is supposedly one of the most traditional and timeless mediums in the Western art world, Zhu Hong paints like no other, and his works inspire us to observe familiar scenes and objects with fresh eyes.

Vu Quoc Dung: Infinity Field, 2015, Oil on Canvas, 100 x 180 cm

Infinity Field by Vu QD

Vu Quoc Dung: Infinity Field, 2015, Oil on Canvas, 100 x 180 cm

Vu Quoc Dung: Pink Moon Night, Oil on Canvas, 100 x 180 cm

Vu Quoc Dung: Pink Moon Night, Oil on Canvas, 100 x 180 cm

Vu Quoc Dung: Bumper Crop, 2015, Oil on Canvas, 100 x 120cm. Represented by Ode To Art.

Bumper Crop by Vu QD

Vu Quoc Dung: Bumper Crop, 2015, Oil on Canvas, 100 x 120cm. Represented by Ode To Art.