This is one of Wong's work to celebrate Hong Kong's reunification with China. He uses geometric elements and impressionistic stippling techniques to recreate the Hong Kong Victoria Harbour. In a romantic vision of a new era, the artist fuses the expression of a "homecoming" theme with his love for his homeland.


  • Title: Scintillating Hong Kong harbour
  • Creator: Wucius Wong
  • Date Created: 1999
  • Theme: Landscape
  • School: New Ink Movement
  • Physical Dimensions: w373.6 x h47 cm
  • Artist's Biography: Wong settled in Hong Kong in 1938, and learned painting from Lü Shoukun from 1957 on. He co-founded the Modern Literature and Art Association in Hong Kong in 1959. In the early 1960s, Wong went to study in the USA where he obtained his Master of Fine Arts degree. In 1974, he was the principal lecturer at the Swire School of Design, Hong Kong Polytechnic. He moved to the USA in 1984. On returning to Hong Kong in 1996, he had served as Adjunct Professor of the Department of Fine Arts of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Museum Expert Adviser of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, HKSAR and a member of the Hong Kong Art School Council.
  • Type: Ink and colour on paper

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