Sincere Brush: Works of Ting Yin-yung Courtesy of His Students and Friends in the Department of Fine Arts, CUHK

On the occasion of the fortieth anniversary of Ting Yin-yung’s passing, the Art Museum, jointly with New Asia College, Department of Fine Arts and The Alumni Association of Fine Arts Department present the exhibition to commemorate the achievement and contribution of Ting.
, 'Two Playing Frogs,' ca. 1974-76, Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Ting Yin-yung

Two Playing Frogs, ca. 1974-76

Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Permanent collection

, 'Lotus and Mandarin Ducks,' 1978, Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Ting Yin-yung

Lotus and Mandarin Ducks, 1978

Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Permanent collection

, 'Landscape,' 1969, Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Ting Yin-yung

Landscape, 1969

Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Permanent collection

, 'Calamus and Dragonflies,' 1976, Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Ting Yin-yung

Calamus and Dragonflies, 1976

Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Permanent collection

, 'Bamboo,' Dated ca. 1973-75, Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Ting Yin-yung

Bamboo, Dated ca. 1973-75

Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Permanent collection

, 'One-stroke Cat,' ca. 1974-76, Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Ting Yin-yung

One-stroke Cat, ca. 1974-76

Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Permanent collection

, 'Dragon,' 1976, Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Ting Yin-yung

Dragon, 1976

Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Permanent collection

, 'Yang Guifei Bathing,' ca. 1968-70, Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Ting Yin-yung

Yang Guifei Bathing, ca. 1968-70

Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Permanent collection

, 'Five-character Quatrain in Cursive Script,' 1973, Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Ting Yin-yung

Five-character Quatrain in Cursive Script, 1973

Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Permanent collection