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Tan Choh Tee
Majestic Mangosteens

Oil on Canvas
36 x 46cm

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  • +Artist Bio

    Born in 1942, in Guangdong, China, and later moving to Singapore in 1953 at the age of 12, Tan Choh Tee is one of Singapore’s most prominent second-generation artists, renowned for his Impressionist style of painting. Named as the “Matisse of the East” by Tatler (Singapore) magazine for his choice of style, the artist most often paints Singapore landscapes and still life. At the Nanyang Academy of Fine Art where he studied, the artist trained under the tutelage of pioneer first generation Singaporean artists including Cheong Soo Pieng, Georgette Chen, Liu Kang and Chen Wen Hsi. Tan delved into full time painting in 1976, painting old Singapore landscapes to immortalize their essence in the face of rapid urbanization. The artist also received the Ministry of Culture Special Award at the National Day Art Exhibition in 1976 and went on to win the highest Singaporean accolade, the Cultural Medallion, conferred by the Government of Singapore for excellence in the arts, in 2006. Read More

  • +Exhibitions

    2010
    Art Expo Malaysia 2010, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

    2007 
    The Shanghai Art Fair, Shanghai, China.
    Imagining The City, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore.

    1999 
    One Man Art Exhibition, Apollo Art Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan.

    1979 
    Art in Action, The National Museum, Singapore.

    1978
    Cologne Exhibition at Klockner-Humboldt, Deutz A.G. Museum, Germany.


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