'A subtle fusing of influences drawn from both the Eastern and Western worlds softly permeates the watercolours of Henry Wo Yue-Kee. His free translucent washes are punctuated with delicate linear accents in his depiction of birds, fish and flowers. Ethereal light bathes his pictures and gives his work a quivering life.' - extracted from the inside cover of the book. The present monograph of Wo Yue-Kee includes short articles by Betzi Robinson, Patricia Jobe Pierce, Tsung Nan Chow and Moira Mudie. With artist biography.
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