This is an abstract piece depicting several scenes of Tsing Yi in Hong Kong. The scenes are separated by thick and sturdy black lines, while the objects are slightly deformed and simplified. Inspired by Western painting, Wang emphasises the exploration of texture in his art. The rough, coarse brushstrokes convey the artist's expressive emotion.


  • Title: Tsing Yi Island
  • Creator: Ching (Wong Sau-ching)
  • Date Created: 1998 - 1999
  • Theme: Cityscape
  • Physical Dimensions: w370 x h145.3 cm
  • Artist's Biography: Born in Fujian, China, Ching moved to Hong Kong in 1978 to continue his artistic career. He studied at the Central School of Art in London in 1987 and obtained his Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts from Wimbledon School of Art, London. In 2001-2002, he was Chairman of the Hong Kong Artist Commune and "Res Artis - Worldwide Network of Artist Residencies" in China, and publisher of the Hong Kong Visual Arts Magazine.
  • Type: Ink and colour on paper

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