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T'ang Haywen | A Private Selling Exhibition | 13 Oct - 3 Nov | Christie's Hong Kong [Sponsored]

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Works from the 1960s to 1970s
This season Christie’s Hong Kong will present a selling exhibition of 42 paintings by T’ang Haywen (1927–1991) that span the 1960s and 1970s and embody feelings of joy, freedom, playfulness, elegance, kindness, serenity, melancholy, meaninglessness, and satisfaction that make up the precious human experience.

T’ang’s distinct personality, his unique philosophy about life, and his connection with the Chinese literati life led him to express his inner self through an innovative approach, opening up new possibilities of Chinese modern ink painting. T’ang saw ink painting as a mode of free expression: 'My painting is neither figurative nor abstract, nor does it belong to the neo-figurative school. Such classifications seem to me too limited. I seek an art free from constraint, within which I feel free to evolve.'

A pressing sense of 'you only live once' prompted T’ang Haywen to make the most of the time he had, staying true to himself and embracing the world around him. He never stopped travelling, discovering and searching for the unknown. His sensitivity allowed him to convey what he held in his mind and heart, as well as clearly understand the essence of the natural world. From the 1960s onwards, T'ang used ink and watercolour to depict the universe; each uncorrected and instinctive brushstroke carries the breath, touch, speed and weight of the artist.
The James Christie Room
22/F Alexandra House
18 Chater Road
Central, Hong Kong

13 October – 3 November
Monday – Friday
10:00am – 5:30pm

+852 2760 1766
© Christie’s 2015 | Christie’s LIVE™
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T’ANG HAYWEN (1927–1991)
watercolour on Kyro card
70 x 50 cm. (27 1/2 x 19 5/8 in.)
Painted in 1965

T’ANG HAYWEN (1927–1991)
ink on Kyro card
70 x 50 cm. (27 1/2 x 19 5/8 in.)
Painted in 1966



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