Hong Kong Art: Visual Archive
|Ng Yuen Wah 吳炫樺|
|Name in pinyin: Wu Xuanhua|
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|Place of birth: Guangdong, China|
|Art Medium: painting,printmaking|
|Ng graduated from the Printmaking Department of Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art in 1992 and specializes in lithography. She believes that a lithographer should have the perspective of a sociologist, who identifies with the society and everyday life, offering a critique and interpretation of his /her habitat. Therefore, her works frequently depict the life of Hong Kong people, especially how they live between the hyper-modern and traditional lifestyles. Ng won the Printmaking Prize of the 9th Chinese National Art Exhibition in 1999. Her works are widely collected by various collectors in Hong Kong, including the Hong Kong Museum of Art and Fringe Club.|
|Sketch No. 3 (Not dated) Medium not given||Under the Curtain of Night 夜幕下 (Not dated ) Colour lithograph 47.5x50cm||Untitled (Not dated ) Lithograph||Afternoon Sea (Not dated) Lithograph|
|Golden Village (Not dated) Lithograph||Twilight Garden (Not dated ) Colour Lithograph||Old Houses (Not dated) Colour Lithograph|
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Last updated: 3 July, 2020.