Hong Kong Art: Visual Archive

Ng Kwun Lun, Tony 吳觀麟
Name in pinyin: Wu Guanlin
Also known as:
Place of birth: Hong Kong
Dates: unknown-
Art Medium: ink painting
Ng obtained a Diploma in Chinese Ink Painting from the former Department of Extramural Studies, the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1986. He has been teaching Chinese painting in local secondary schools, department of extramural studies of the universities and several art institutions. He has held 4 solo exhibitions in Hong Kong and has participated in more than 50 local and overseas group exhibitions. Ng was selected in the Contemporary Hong Kong Art Biennials and obtained the Urban Council Fine Arts Award (Painting.Chinese Media) in 1994. He was awarded the 4th-runner-up (Painting) in the Philippe Charriol Foundation Art Competition and awarded the Certificate of Distinction in a number of Chinese ink painting exhibitions in China from 1989 to 1994. His works have been collected by the Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Hong Kong Museum of Art, overseas art institution and private collectors.
Awaken (1989) ink & colour on paper size unknownSinking (1989) Ink & colour on paper size unknownOrbit (1992) Ink & colour on paper size unknownTranquility (1992) Ink & colour on paper size unknown
Solemnity (1993) Ink & colour on paper size unknownFive-Day Stone (1993) Ink & colour on paper size unknownMetamorphosis I (1995) Ink & colour on paper size unknownDusk (1997) Acrylic on canvas size unknown
Melancholic Rhythm A (2002) Ink & colour on paper size unknownMelancholic Rhythm B (2002) Ink & colour on paper size unknownMelancholic Rhythm C (2002) Ink & colour on paper size unknownMetamorphosis III (2003) Ink & colour on paper size unknown
 
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Ng Kwun Lun, Tony 吳觀麟 2004 Artworks Exhibited [in English]
 
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Official artist website: http://www.tonyngart.com/


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Last updated: 05 Apr, 2017.