Hong Kong Art: Visual Archive
|Ting Chih Jen 丁志仁|
|Name in pinyin: Ding Zhiren|
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|Place of birth: Shanghai, China|
|Art Medium: painting|
|Ting migrated to Hong Kong in 1949 and joined the Hong Kong Art Club in the 50's. In 1984, he became the Chairman of the Club. During the Second World War, he traveled extensively in Western China. Ting practices both Western and Chinese painting. In respect of the Chinese medium, he specializes in landscape and human portrait. His works have been exhibited in Hong Kong as well as overseas. He has published three volumes of his paintings and sketches so far.|
|[Waterfall at Yunshan] 雲山飛瀑 (1991) Ink on paper||A Sreet View in Macao 澳門街景 (1993) Watercolour on paper 56x38cm||Portrait of a Figure (1993) Ink on paper||Chun Loon in Dew 煙迷川龍 (1995) Watercolour on paper|
|The Waterfall at Tin-Wu 鼎湖飛瀑 (1996) Watercolour on paper 56x38cm||Landscape (Not dated) Watercolour on paper||Landscape Sketch (1994) Pencil on paper||Landscape (Not dated) Watercolour on paper|
|Chinese Landscape Painting (Not dated) Ink on paper||Shen River 申江 (Not dated) Ink on paper|
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Last updated: 3 July, 2020.