Streets of Paris I is a street scene in Paris.
In this painting by established artist Low Hai Hong, our eyes are drawn to the three main colours in the painting:
The pale yellow-beige buildings, the orange-red canvas of the cafes, the deep blue-green shadows inside the cafes between the buildings.
It is early morning in Paris and the sun is shining on the buildings, bringing out these harmonious contrasting colours.
It may be an ordinary morning in an ordinary street in Paris, but to Low Hai Hong, it is a glorious day with beautiful light, perfect for painting.
Is it an ordinary and beautiful day to you?
Title: Streets of Paris I
Artist: Low Hai Hong
Medium: Oil on Chinese Rice Paper
Dimensions (with frame): 60cm x 70cm
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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 of the buildings 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 that he enjoyed using oil to express himself in his landscape, still life and portrait paintings.
From the Streets of Paris, "A Tale of Two Rivers" art exhibition, continues with Singapore's Amoy Street.
Paradoxically though it may seem, it is none the less true that life imitates art far more than art imitates life - Oscar Wilde