Bum boats on the Singapore River was a common sight until the 1980s. These colourful water vehicles played an important role in Singapore’s trade in our early history.
The bustling activities of the bum boats on the Singapore River drew many Singaporean artists to paint it. It has now become an iconic scene in paintings of Singapore.
Artist: Low Hai Hong
Medium: Oil on Chinese Rice Paper
Dimensions: 60cm x 70cm
Art Rental: 1%
Art transcends cultural boundaries - Thomas Kinkade