Rue d Arcole

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Rue d Arcole is a street in Paris that leads to the Notre-Dame Cathedral.


In this painting by respected Singapore artist Low Hai Hong, the exquisite building facades of the Rue d Arcole are lost in the glow of the sun. 


Light focuses on the pavement instead, drawing out the greens in the swaying trees and the colours of the clothes of the walking pedestrians.


The liveliness of the Rue d Arcole seems to be spilling out of the street. 


Do you feel the liveliness too?


Title: Rue d Arcole
Artist: Low Hai Hong 
Medium: Oil on Chinese Rice Paper 
Year: 2001
Dimensions (with frame): 60cm x 70cm
Buy: $4,200
Rent: $42 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. 


Furthermore, with art rental, you can change the painting whenever you feel like it.


So go ahead, brighten your home with this lively painting today. 


And thank you, for supporting our local artists!


Rent Rue d Arcole if you are looking for something:


  • Lively,

  • Bustling,

  • Street scene,

  • Colourful,

  • 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 captured the sights 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 revealed his insights on the appeal of this unique medium of oil on Chinese rice paper.


To him, oil on Chinese rice paper has the brightness of watercolour, profoundness of Chinese ink and thickness of oil paints.  Combining these qualities, the end result is a painting that is pleasing to the eye, to the mind, and to the heart. 


"A Tale of Two Rivers" art exhibition continues with Singapore River's Promontory @ Marina Bay



Art is important. We tend to think it is a luxury, but it gives people deep pleasure because beauty is the personification of hope that something grander is at work. - Gil Dellinger