A gallery of paintings by Ng Kok Hong
Pierrot. Acrylic 24x16". A pantomime character of the 17th century seen as a fool but he was more a personification of someone who struggle to find a place in life. This pose of Pierrot (from a vintage photo) is like a symbolism of calm, relax and confidence.
The Lady. Acrylic 24x16". The original work of Denis Sarazhin a figurative artist. I painted this piece with acrylic paints to see as how it looks if compared to oil.
Covid-19. Acrylic 24x32". The virus spreads around the globe and killed many. Hope is there as we know but many chose to remain blind.
Rembrandt. Acrylic 24x16". This is one the best portraits from the past era. The way he looks, his staring eyes enough to tell that this is a complete picture of a man who stayed focus all his life as an artist.
Crazy Men. Acrylic 32x24". The rise of China is like a naked beauty. All will go crazy to attract her attention or caused much jealousy.
Balinese Dancer. Acrylic on re-cycled timber board 32x26". A work from Adrian Le Meyeur who painted his favourite model Ni Pollok. Decided to paint for own collection.
All paintings were painted with acrylic on 3 mm thick plywood board, otherwise stated.
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