Aberdeen (1956) by Wucius Wong, one of over 100 paintings and photographs depicting scenic spots in Hong Kong at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Aberdeen (1956) by Wucius Wong, one of over 100 paintings and photographs depicting scenic spots in Hong Kong at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Aberdeen (1956) by Wucius Wong, one of over 100 paintings and photographs depicting scenic spots in Hong Kong at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Away from Hong Kong’s famous street scenes, surprising scenic spots that inspired artists the focus of CUHK show

  • Exhibition features artists ranging from modern ink pioneers Chao Shao-an and Lui Shou-kwan to Western-style painters such as Au Yeung Nai Chim
  • More than 100 paintings and photographs are on display

Topic |   Art
Aberdeen (1956) by Wucius Wong, one of over 100 paintings and photographs depicting scenic spots in Hong Kong at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Aberdeen (1956) by Wucius Wong, one of over 100 paintings and photographs depicting scenic spots in Hong Kong at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Aberdeen (1956) by Wucius Wong, one of over 100 paintings and photographs depicting scenic spots in Hong Kong at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
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