It's a Beautiful Day in Paris

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Low Hai Hong's studio in Paris was near the River Seine and right in the city centre.

 

He observed the city by walking; along the River Seine, the sights near Notre-Dam Cathedral, streets of Montmartre, the Parisan cafes, flowers by the window stills.  

 

He took his time, five months, to slowly explore and carefully understand the city, so that he can feel the people and place, and create his interpretation of the city onto the canvas.

 

He was in love, and it was love at first sight, with the beautiful city of Paris. 

 

 

Title: It's a Beautiful Day in Paris
Artist: Low Hai Hong 
Medium: Oil on Chinese Rice Paper 
Year: 2001
Dimensions: 54cm x 64cm
Buy: $4,200
Rent: $42 per week


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The Letter Home 

 

From all his overseas travels throughout the years, Low Hai Hong wrote only one letter home.  This was the letter from Paris.  

 

It was a letter for his family, as much as a letter for himself.  Been in Paris brought about so many feelings and thoughts that he had to write them down, and share with his closest. 

 

He was bursting with excitement, to see the masters in person at the museums, to indulge in the artistic city of Paris. 

 

Original letter written in Chinese:

这绝对是一个名副其实的美丽艺都。在圣母院左近的风光卓然散淤一股莫以命名的魔力我只感到此刻的我是多么地幸运,多么欣慰地享受这无比的幸福。

 

Translated in English:

Paris is absolutely an alluring and artistic city.  The area around the Notre-Dam Cathedral has a mysterious magical power!  I am grateful how lucky I am, to be able to enjoy this happiness.

 

The letter from the Singapore artist in Paris continues with Nightfall at River Seine. 

 

Artists must be sacrificed to their art. Like bees, they must put their lives into the sting they give. - Ralph Waldo Emerson