By the River Seine in Paris

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In this Impressionist painting by respected Singapore artist Low Hai Hong, the River Seine in Paris is a scene of serenity.


Serenity created simply by strokes of the brush.  


From the ripples in the waters, the boat on the river, the buildings at the other side of the river, the two people on the river bank, the clouds in the sky, the trees lining the road. 


Everything is lost in the brush strokes and colour, as just we are lost in the painting.  


Are you lost in this beauty too?


Title: By the River Seine in Paris
Artist: Low Hai Hong 
Medium: Oil on Chinese Rice Paper 
Year: 2002
Dimensions (with frame): 60cm x 70cm
Buy: $4,200
Rent: $42 per week


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Rent By the River Seine in Paris if you are looking for something:



  • Charming,

  • Picturesque,

  • Landscape,

  • Blue/Green,

  • Paris,

  • Because you like it.


Learn more about the painting


Public Viewing


This painting has been exhibited in public only once, in:


"A Tale of Two Rivers - a solo art exhibition by Low Hai Hong" was held at The Fullerton Heritage Gallery, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore from 30 May to 30 July 2014.


The exhibition showcased Low Hai Hong's 18 oil on Chinese rice paper paintings that illustrated the scenery along the two rivers that he painted most in his artistic journey, the Singapore River in Singapore and the River Seine in Paris, France.


In an interview with the Singapore Chinese newspaper LianHeZaoBao for the exhibition, he described the challenges in painting oil on Chinese rice paper, instead of the conventional canvas. 


Chinese rice paper is very thin and fragile, a big contrast to the sturdiness of the canvas.  This made painting on it difficult, as the rice paper tears very easily, especially with the heaviness of the oil paint.  


He slowly mastered how to control the oil brush and oil paint much more carefully and precisely when painting on rice paper, similar to how Chinese ink artists handle the brush and ink. 


"A Tale of Two Rivers" art exhibition continues with Morning at Amoy Street



The richness I achieve comes from nature, the source of my inspiration -Claude Monet