Chinese Brush Paintings

Ink Flows Through @ National Gallery SG

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, 2017 – Early 2018.

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

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.

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, 2017  – early 2018
Exhibition Venue: National Gallery Singapore, 1 St Andrew’s Road, Singapore 178957

Public Transport:
City Hall – North South Line & East West Line
Raffles Place – North South Line & East West Line

Instagram: nationalgallerysingapore

this post was updated on: Nov 28, 2017 to reflect the three different exhibition umbrella title change and extended end date from Dec 3, 2017.

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