Hong Kong Art: Visual Archive

Poon Chun Wah 潘振華
Name in pinyin: Pan Zhenhua
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Place of birth: Guangdong, China
Dates: 1936-
Art Medium: ink painting
Poon graduated with a Bachelor in Architecture and moved to Hong Kong in 1959 where he studied ink painting under Lui Shou Kwan. His works have been selected for exhibit in the Hong Kong Art Biennial. He has also held several solo exhibitions. His works have been collected by the Hong Kong Museum of Art and Hong Kong Heritage Museum. In 1985 he received the Urban Council Art Award. He is Administrator of the Hong Kong Artists Association, and has published an album titled “Songs of Cloud and Mountain.”
[Impression of Tai Han No. 1] 太行印象之一 (1997) Ink & colour on paper 96x180cm[Dream No. 1] 夢之一 (1998) Ink & colour on paper 96x360cm[Dream No. 2] 夢之二 (1998) Ink & colour on paper 96x360cm[Mountain View No. 1] 山境之一 (1999) Ink & colour on paper 96x170cm
[Waterfall No.2] 瀑之二 (1999) Ink & colour on paper 96x180cm[Beyond the Cloud No.1] 霞外之一 (2000) Ink & colour on paper 96x180cm[Beyond the Cloud No.2] 霞外之二 (2000) Ink & colour on paper 96x180cm[Beyond the Cloud No.3] 霞外之三 (2000) Ink & colour on paper 96x180cm
[Dwelling No.1] 居之一 (2000) Ink & colour on paper size unknown[Gap] 隙 (2000) Ink & colour on paper 96x180cm[Waterfall No. 1] 瀑之一 (2000) Ink & colour on paper 96x180cm[Waterfall No. 3] 瀑之三 (2000) Ink & colour on paper 96x180cm
[Detian Waterfall] 德天大瀑布 (2001) Ink & colour on paper 96x180cm[Landscape No. 1] 視境之一 (2001) Ink & colour on paper size unknown[Landscape No. 2] 視境之二 (2001) Ink & colour on paper size unknown[Light No. 2] 光境之二 (2001) Ink & colour on paper size unknown
[Spiritual Light No. 1] 靈光之一 (2001) Ink & colour on paper size unknown[Spiritual Light No. 2] 靈光之二 (2001) Ink & colour on paper 96x180cm[Impression of Tai Hang No. 2] 太行印象之二 (2001) Ink & colour on paper 96x180cm[Waterfall No. 4] 瀑之四 (2002) Ink & colour on paper size unknown
 
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Last updated: 05 Apr, 2017.