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Exhibition

3 March to 11 January 2021

Ink Legacy

Ling Cher Eng Retrospective Art Exhibition

 

Ink Legacy: Retrospective Exhibition by Ling Cher Eng

丹青留芳

回顾海派弟子林子影作品展

3 March to 11 March 2015

ION Art Gallery, ION Orchard

Exhibition Opening

3 March 2015

7pm, ION Art Gallery,

ION Orchard Level 4

2 Orchard Turn, Singapore 238801

 


Exhibition opening reception

Date: 3 March 2015 (Tuesday)

Time: 7pm

Venue: ION Art Gallery, ION Orchard Level 4

2 Orchard Turn, Singapore 238801

 

Kindly RSVP your attendance to attend the exhibition opening reception

via email: info@asiaartcollective.com / text: 9005 6716 (Iola)

or call us at: 6733 2155

Ink Legacy: Retrospective Exhibition by Ling Cher Eng

The exhibition will run daily from 11am to 9pm at ION Art Gallery from

3 – 11 March 2015


《丹青留芳》回顾海派弟子林子影作品展

日期:201533日(星期二)

时间:晚上7点

地点:ION Art Gallery, ION Orchard Level 4

2 Orchard Turn, Singapore 238801

请您RSVP回复确认出席

至邮件:info@asiaartcollective.com / 简讯: 9005 6716 (刘婉婷)

或电话:6733 2155

《丹青留芳》展览将从2015年3月3日至3月11日举行,

每日从早上11点至晚上9点开放。

 


About our Artist

Born in 1940, Ling Cher Eng was a second-generation Singaporean artist. Ling studied Chinese painting under the pioneer artist Fan Chang Tien (1907-1987) from 1957, when he attended Chung Cheng High School.

The literati tradition of the Shanghai School of painting as practised by Fan, which can be traced back to the Shanghai School masters Wang Geyi, Wang Yiting, Pan Tianshou and Zhu Wenyun deeply influenced Ling and resonated with his passion for ink painting.

 

Ling Cher Eng – an ink legacy of our time – passed away of a sudden illness while on tour with his artist friends to Taiyuan, Shanxi Province in China, in 1995. Nearly 20 years on, he is very much remembered by those who knew him, and his works are still enthusiastically mentioned among ink painting circles.

 

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Born in 1940, Ling Cher Eng was a second-generation Singaporean artist. Ling studied Chinese painting under the pioneer artist Fan Chang Tien (1907-1987) from 1957, when he attended Chung Cheng High School.

The literati tradition of the Shanghai School of painting as practised by Fan, which can be traced back to the Shanghai School masters Wang Geyi, Wang Yiting, Pan Tianshou and Zhu Wenyun deeply influenced Ling and resonated with his passion for ink painting.

 

Ling Cher Eng – an ink legacy of our time – passed away of a sudden illness while on tour with his artist friends to Taiyuan, Shanxi Province in China, in 1995. Nearly 20 years on, he is very much remembered by those who knew him, and his works are still enthusiastically mentioned among ink painting circles.