Hong Kong Art: Visual Archive
|Chan Kwan Lap, Eddy 陳君立|
|Name in pinyin: Chen Junli|
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|Place of birth: China|
|Art Medium: painting|
|Chan completed his Bachelor Degree in Fine Arts at Concordia University in Canada. His major artistic interest lies in modern Chinese ink painting. The theme 'Life' recurs in many of his works. His earlier years spent in Montreal inspired him to work on snow scenes with life and he has produced around a hundred pieces of work on the motif of tree trunks and roots. The idea of perseverance and vitality expressed in those works became a symbol of his personal style. His works are collected by museums in Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, Malaysia, and the United States.|
|Life No.1 (1987) Ink on paper 67x96cm||Life No. 7 (1988) Ink on paper 59x98cm||Life No. 35 (1989) Ink on paper 99x99cm||Life in the Snow No. 2 (1990) Ink on paper 116x64cm|
|The Voyage of the Silver Moon (1990) Ink on paper 34x34cm||Spring Underneath the Snowy Rocks No.2 (1992) Ink on paper 96x70cm||Poem is the Love of Wilderness No.5 (1992) Ink on paper 68x45cm||Loving the Root of Home Country No. 4 (1993) Ink on paper 69x138cm|
|Spring in the Valley No. 1 (1993) Ink on paper 27cm (dia.)||Happy Land No. 4 (1993) Ink on paper 79cm (dia.)|
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Last updated: 3 July, 2020.