Connaught Drive (1988)

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Connaught Drive is a beautiful tree lined road at the Padang in Singapore. 


The Story of Connaught Drive


Connaught Drive is a one way road that links Stamford Road to Fullerton Road in Singapore.  The Esplanade Park is on the left side of the road and the Padang is on the right side.


Lined with old tall Angsana trees, Connaught Drive is a quiet scenic road which was a popular dating spot for couples in the 1970s and 1980s. 


Connaught Drive was closed to vehicles and became fully pedestrianised in end 2021. 


The Story of the Painting


Distinguished Singapore artist Low Hai Hong experimented painting oil on paper and loved the effects.  Painting oil on paper meant he could leave white spaces, similar to Chinese ink painting and even watercolour painting. 


In this painting, the large sections of white space, from the road to the skies, create additional quiet calm to this peaceful road filled with beautiful greenery. 



Title: Connaught Drive (1988)
Artist: Low Hai Hong 
Medium: Oil on Paper
Year: 1988
Dimensions (with frame): 56cm x 42cm
Buy: $2,400
Rent: $24 per week



If you wish to see the painting in person or have any questions, feel free to ask us anytime.  We offer a 100% satisfaction guaranteed, no-questions-asked, full-refund, returns policy. 


With art rental, you can change the painting at home whenever you want, without worries of budget. 


So rent a painting today and impress your guests this National Day!


Thank you for supporting our local artists!


Rent Connaught Drive because


it makes you feel at peace.


Learn more about the painting.





This painting was part of the "This is my Country" art exhibition held at ARTualize art gallery in July to August 2021.


"This is my Country" National Day exhibition continues, with the Singapore River.


See this island

Every grain of sand

Hear this anthem

It's the voices of our friends

Come whatever on the road ahead

We did it before

And we'll do it again

- The Road Ahead, NDP 2021