Lim Tze Peng made several trips to Bali over the course of 30 years, painting and documenting the scenes he observed of simple island life. When he first encountered Bali in the 1960s, he was entranced by the picturesque beauty of Indonesia. He exclaimed, "Bali is a paradise for artists". In this work, Lim depicts the daily exchanges between the patrons and sellers at a Balinese fruit stall. The washes of earth toned colours denote the rustic nature of the scenes Lim captured, as well as the tranquility of island living. Through his intricate brushstrokes, he creates bold lines which articulate the defined forms of the stalls, wares and people in the composition. This work is thus an exquisite tribute to the beauty of an island favoured by Lim, and the way of life of its inhabitants.
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