Yong Mun Sen:
Tan Chong Guan
Described by many as 'The Father of Malaysian Painting,' Yong Mun Sen was a
self-taught farmer's boy from Sarawak who eventually settled in Penang. His
distinctive works in water colour and oils relied on a style that mixed Chinese
calligraphic brush strokes with Western impressionism. He died in 1962 and this
catalogue of an exhibition in 1999 includes many of his best known works which
are all illustrated by colour photographs. 84 pages. Please see the scan of the
contents page for further details.
Weight: 0.7kg. Post free within Malaysia
by Penang Museum and Art
Gallery, 1999. First edition
Condition: Paperback Very Good. The cover has yellowed slightly with age and
the corners of the front cover are slightly curled. The binding is tight and the
text clear with very mild tanning around some of the page edges.