Lim Mu Hue (1936 - 2008) was a prolific artist throughout his life. Although his name is synonymous with woodcut prints in Singapore, he was versatile across various mediums. This exhibition, April to May 2014 at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, showcases more than 60 works of oil, charcoal, pastel, Chinese ink, watercolour and woodcuts from the early 1950s to 2008, as well as a collection of preparatory sketches. Lim was one of the more innovative artists of his generation. Like some of his peers, he explored and integrated Chinese and Western painting methods and concepts to develop his own distinctive style.
Lim Mu Hue: An Inventive Life
AuthorsTan, Angeline; Bridget Tracy Tan; Sarah Ng
PublisherNanyang Academy of Fine Arts