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Ong Kim Seng
Duxton Road II, 2009

Water Colour on Paper
52 x 72cm


Platform - Duxton Road is a one-way street that was originally part of a nutmeg plantation in the late 1700s and early 1800s owned by Dr. William Montgomerie. Through the 19th and early 20th centuries, the reputation of the street was less-than-savoury as it was filled with opium and gambling dens as well as brothels. The establishments were patronised by rickshaw coolies who resided in slums along Duxton Road and Duxton Hill. Now a conservation area, the two and three-storey shophouses and terrace houses along Duxton Road are vestiges of the residences of wealthy Chinese families of the past who stayed in the area despite its notoriety.

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  • +Artist Bio

    Born in 1945 in Singapore, Ong Kim Seng is an internationally renowned watercolorist and one of Singapore‚Äôs most prominent artistic icons. Self-taught and self-supported, the artist has participated in group and solo exhibitions in Singapore and in the United States, China, United Kingdom, Japan , Australia, Belgium, Germany, France, Middle East, Taiwan and Hong Kong. He has won a multitude of awards including six awards from the American Watercolor Society, and the coveted Cultural Medallion in 1999. Playing an active part in some of the most prestigious art fellowships and organizations, the artist was President of the Singapore Watercolor Society from 1991 to 2001, subsequently becoming Honorary President.
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  • +Exhibitions

    Nostalgia in Transformation, Ode to Art, Singapore

    Solo Exhibition with Quanhua Watercolour Art Gallery, Shanghai, China

    Poems in Watercolour, Galerie Belvedere, The Arts House, Singapore

    Home and Nation in the Art of Ong Kim Seng, Singapore Art Museum

    Shanghai Land of Splendour, Shanghai Art Fair
    Guangzhou Art Fair, Guangzhou Commodity Fair Exhibition, China

    Moments of Light, Singapore Tyler Print Institute, Singapore

    Mastering Light and Shade, National University of Singapore

    Timeless Jiangnan - with Kwek Leng Joo, Singapore

    Recent works of Ong Kim Seng, Singapore History Museum

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