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A Pleasure Shared: Selected Works from the Chih Lo Lou Collection (Phase II)

Overview

The Chih Lo Lou Collection of Chinese Painting and Calligraphy was a private collection established by the late philanthropist and collector Mr Ho Iu-kwong. In 2018, the Ho family donated 355 artworks from the collection to HKMoA. A dedicated gallery to be named the "Chih Lo Lou Gallery of Chinese Painting and Calligraphy" is installed for the display and appreciation of this significant donation. "A Pleasure Shared" is the inaugural exhibition that displays around 70 selected works dating between the Ming dynasty and the 20th century in two phases to feature the uniqueness of the collection.

 

  • Date
    2020-05-222020-07-05
  • Venue
    Chih Lo Lou Gallery of Chinese Painting and Calligraphy, 4/F
  • Fee
    Free

Audios

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    • 900 Exhibition Overview
    • 901 Peach Blossom Retreat Peach Blossom Retreat
    • 902 Landscapes Landscapes
    • 903 Magnificent panorama in the style of Huang Gongwang Magnificent panorama in the style of Huang Gongwang
    • 904 Landscape Landscape
    • 905 Gathering fungus Gathering fungus
    • 906 Landscapes Landscapes
    • 907 Landscapes depicting poems of Huang Yanlü Landscapes depicting poems of Huang Yanlü
    • 908 The green of late spring The green of late spring
    • 909 Poem in running-cursive script Poem in running-cursive script
    • 910 Verdant mountains and white clouds Verdant mountains and white clouds
    • 911 Birds and flowers Birds and flowers
    • 912 Magpies and peonies Magpies and peonies

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