Visual Arts Centre

追忆已故画家林子影、潘正培、范昌乾、刘抗水墨怀旧精品展

展览前言:

新加坡视觉艺术中心将与2023年10月5日-10月11日在视觉艺术中心展览厅举办四位新加坡国宝级已故画家林子影、潘正培、范昌乾、刘抗水墨作品展。展览从10月5日开始至10月11日结束,一共展出7天,将展出的作品均是四位画家生前早期水墨作品,有书法、水墨花鸟、山水、人物。一共展出画家遗作60余幅。此次展出深受画家们的家属支持,家属们拿出多年珍藏的作品,让我们有机会把画家们的遗作展示给公众参观,让艺术爱好者们有机会欣赏这几位已故画家的真迹,向艺术家们学习,欣赏这四位已故画家画家的优秀作品的同时,大家一起缅怀这几位已故画家,纪念他们为新加坡艺术做出的贡献,我们学习前辈们的绘画技巧与风格,把中国华人的传统水墨画传承下去、并发扬光大。


Asia Art Collective 在2013年至2016年期间,曾举办过《丹青留芳》–林子影遗作展,《范昌乾遗作展》,《钟泗滨、陈文希、刘抗、陈宗瑞》–南洋画派领军人物四大画家展览,《纪念刘抗诞辰111周年— 刘抗书画遗作展》,《海派传承于狮城》— 新加坡海派弟子画家群展,这几次展览深受艺术爱好者和收藏家们的认可,多数作品被收藏家收藏。


此次四位已故画家遗作展,作品精湛,都是极具收藏价值的精品,Asia Art Collective 欢迎艺术爱好者和收藏家们前来参观展览,并收藏心怡的作品,我们诚意邀请并恭候大家

展览详情:

免费入场

日期/时间: 5 Oct 2023 – 11 Oct 2023, 11am to 8pm Daily

开幕典礼:5 Oct 2023, 7pm (Exhibition Opening [RSVP])

地点:Visual Arts Centre Dhoby Ghaut Exhibition Gallery 

林子影(1940 — 1995):新加坡已故著名画家,海派新加坡弟子,师从海派画家范昌乾,是范昌乾大弟子亦是得力门生。范昌乾乃海派大师王个簃、王一亭的学生,50年代中辗转居民新加坡。1957年范昌乾在中正中学担任美术老师时,林子影正是青春年少是便跟随老师学艺,林子影对范 昌乾诗词、书画、篆刻无不钦佩,下定决心开始学习中国水墨画,他虚心学习老师的一招一式,勤学苦练,跟随老师习画三十年之久,直到范昌乾87年过世为止。林子影得到海派绘画的真传,通过他的作品无论用笔、用墨、用色、布局处处看出海派绘画的传统功力又有自己特色,作品耐人寻味。

Ling Cher Eng’s Artworks Available – Plum Blossoms, Birds and Flowers, Landscape, and Portraits –

Ling Cher Eng

Tropical Paradise In Xishuangbanna

Ink and colour on paper

73 x 33cm

$6,800

Ling Cher Eng

Kampung Village

Ink and colour on paper

69 x 40cm

$9,800

 

Ling Cher Eng

Resilience & Rigour (1978)

Ink and colour on paper

71 x 68cm

$7,800

潘正培(1934 — 2004:潘正培与 1957 年毕业于南洋美术学院。师从新加坡第一代画家钟四滨先生,曾多次与本地画家刘抗、陈文希、李曼峰、陈宗瑞走遍东南亚、印度、中国和欧洲等地写生,收集创作素材。他的作品曾经在巴厘岛(1977年)、伦敦(1977年)、莫斯科(1978)、香港(1980年)、澳大利亚(1981-1985年)、高雄(1982年)、韩国(1985年)、巴黎(1988年)、雅加达(1993年)等地展出。

潘正培的绘画风格结合了中国水墨画与西方油画的技巧,创作取材于印尼巴厘岛文化,具有浓烈的热带风情和南洋特色,他分别于 1980 年和 1982 年在新加坡举行个人画展。他1988年获得陈之初博士艺术奖。作品被新加坡美术馆收藏。

Phua Cheng Phue (1934 – 2004) graduated from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts and is proficient in oils, watercolours, Chinese finger-painting, as well as Chinese ink and brush painting. Learning directly after the first generation artist Cheong Soo Pieng, Phua was also influenced by Cheong in his fondness for depicting portraits of Balinese ladies going about various activities.

He has received several awards including the National Day Excellence Award in 1976 and the Dr Tan Tsze Chor Award in 1988. Phua’s artworks are collected by corporations and museums.

Phua Cheng Phue
Resting underneath the tree
Ink and colour on paper
70 x 70cm
$12,800

Phua Cheng Phue
Balinese ladies and fruits
Ink and colour on paper
83 x 51cm

范昌乾(1907 —- 1987):1907 年出生于中国广东揭阳富商之家,1928 年毕业于上海新华美术学院,少年时代已脱颖而出,蜚声广东艺坛。他曾在授艺期间开设美术学校,1947年由中国政府派遣赴泰国,向当地华侨募捐,为修建被战火摧毁了的师范学院而筹款 。

Fan Chang Tien (1907 – 1987), is one of Singapore’s most important and influential pioneer artists. He has contributed greatly to the development of ink painting in Singapore and taught a generation of artists such as Ling Cher Eng, Tan Oe Pang, Chua Ek Kay, amongst others. Fan is known for his elegant yet powerful literati art style, and many of his paintings are accompanied by his writing of poetry, which he composes based on the mood and ambience. 

Fan Chang Tien
Bamboo
Ink on paper
33 x 33cm
$4,800

Fan Chang Tien
Mynahs Feeding
Ink on paper
33 x 33cm
$4,800

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