Mixed Media, Acrylic, chinese ink & mixed media on panel
Dimensions: 120cm (H) x 200cm (W) / 47.2" (H) x 78.7" (W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings
Estimated delivery for this item is between 05 March - 10 March
This item ships from Singapore
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About the art
“The formation of mountains precedes the oldest civilizations - one is by the will of God, one by the will of man”, is the theme to this painting. Here man becomes one with the mountain, vibrant colours with very free strokes, simplified subject matters and an emphasis on the movement of water and paints texture, is foreground by a solitary figure sits on his raft. The brilliant red and orange sky above is punctuated by the broad strokes of seemingly incompatible black and white clouds. The result is a dynamic mix of movement and rhythm in the painting; this shows that he is at the point of experimentation.
Artwork size: 120 x 210 cm
With Frame: 129 x 220 cm
Chen Yi Quan
Based in: Singapore
Chen Yi Quan is a self-taught painter. Yi Quan obtained a degree in psychology from the National University of Singapore and is of Teochew-Hakka descent. His interest in painting was first piqued by the Nanyang style painters; the Balinese Barong, by Singaporean artist, Cheong Soo Pieng. This led to a …
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