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MALAYSIAKINI SURVIVAL 1

2015

Single piece Signed Dated Titled

1

Size

90 x 183 x 3 cm
35.43 x 72 x 1.18 in

Year

2015

Medium

Mixed Media

Reference

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, Malaysia

Cheng is a painter of repute from Malaysia. He trained at the Malaysia School of Art and has established an international reputation in the Far East for his complex and dynamic depiction of galloping horses, a theme he has developed to much acclaim over many years.

Cheng's work is a fusion of traditional Eastern and Western semi-abstract painting styles. He aims to strike a balance between traditional and modern. Through his rhythmical colours, ingenious coordination and melding of figures and lines he transforms the figurative horses into semi-abstract figures full of movement and colour. They tremble with energy on the canvas.Cheng says "the uniqueness of my work is centred around impressions of movement and speed which I hope to achieve by my use of aggressive brush strokes strongly applied with oil paint on canvas."


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Address

Kuala Lumpur,

The Art People Gallery (TAPG) is a homegrown art space established in 2015. With its flagship situated in Klang, Malaysia, this art gallery is a celebration of creativity, openness, talent and generosity. Committed to innovation, TAPG highlights a diverse range of modern and contemporary art and represents both prominent living and promising budding artists ...

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