Hong Kong Art: Visual Archive
|Hung Hoi 熊海|
|Name in pinyin: Xiong Hai|
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|Place of birth: Fujian, China|
|Art Medium: painting|
|Hung studied Chinese ink painting under the famous Hong Kong artist Yang Shanshen after he moved to Hong Kong in 1978. His landscape paintings are executed in a monumental style comparable to that of the classic Northern school manner. Hung has made continual appearances in the Contemporary Hong Kong Art Biennial Exhibition since 1981. A solo exhibition of his work was hosted by the Hong Kong Museum of Art in 1996. Hung's works have been widely exhibited and collected in Hong Kong and overseas.|
|Rock of Tiger Stream at Xiamen 夏門虎溪岩 (1981) Ink & colour on paper||[Rhythm of the Waves] 浪韻 (1987) Ink on paper||Autumn Hills 秋山 (1988) Ink & colour on paper||Abundant Beauty of Mountains 江山勝景 (1992) Ink & colour on paper|
|[Lotus Peak] 蓮花峰 (1996) Ink & colour on paper||[Hong Kong Series 3] 香江情懷系列之三 (1997) Ink & colour on paper||[Landscape] 山水畫集 (1999) Ink & colour on paper||[Landscape] 山水畫集 (1999) Ink & colour on paper|
|[Listening to the Fountain] 聽泉圖 (2000) Ink & colour on paper fan||[7 Wise Men of the Bamboo] 竹林七賢 (2000) Ink & colour on paper|
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Last updated: 3 July, 2020.