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Filthy Rich Asians Canvas Print featuring the painting Last Dim Sum in Singapore by Richard Barone

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16.00" x 13.00"

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16.00" x 13.00"

 

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Last Dim Sum in Singapore Canvas Print

Richard Barone

by Richard Barone

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$93.00

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Last Dim Sum in Singapore canvas print by Richard Barone.   Bring your artwork to life with the texture and depth of a stretched canvas print. Your image gets printed onto one of our premium canvases and then stretched on a wooden frame of 1.5" x 1.5" stretcher bars (gallery wrap) or 5/8" x 5/8" stretcher bars (museum wrap). Your canvas print will be delivered to you "ready to hang" with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails.

Design Details

LAST DIM SUM IN SINGAPORE

America's most unwanted landscape.

Singapore is one of the smallest countries in the world, yet it ranks... more

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Comments (6)

Richard Barone

Richard Barone

Thank you.

Xueling Zou

Xueling Zou

I enjoy your painting and your creative design! Wonderful work, Richard!

Richard Barone

Richard Barone

Thank you. The Botanical Garden in Singapore is the last refuge in a city-state that is very hi-tech. I hope the pollution and smog don't affect it.

Canis Canon

Canis Canon

Wonderful piece. I love the disconnectedness of the natural and technological worlds.

Richard Barone

Richard Barone

Thank you. I wanted to show in an analogous way that eloquent art transcends common skills and understanding, just as eloquent architecture transcends common life in Singapore. Something like Leonardo did with the Last Supper.

Mayhem Mediums

Mayhem Mediums

Beautiful landmark of the commercial buildings of the Lion City!

Artist's Description

LAST DIM SUM IN SINGAPORE

America's most unwanted landscape.

Singapore is one of the smallest countries in the world, yet it ranks fourth in GDP per capita. Most Americans do not know where it is, probably because it lies exactly halfway around the world, as far away from the United States as possible.

Singapore is a nation where young girls and old ladies can walk in the streets at night, where the young are not preyed upon by drug peddlers, where the sidewalks are clean of gum, spit, and litter, and where slums and poverty do not exist. Yet, it has been called an Orwellian state governed by authoritarian leaders and stifling laws. It harbors magnificent Western architecture, a spectacular economy, and a standard of living envied by the third world. Yet, art plays an insignificant role in its culture.

Last Dim Sum in Singapore depicts in Western-style realism, twelve of Singapore's most prominent buildings, the symbols of Western trade and commerce. Iron...

About Richard Barone

Richard Barone

I was a great artist in the fifth grade, at least that�s what my fellow classmates and art teacher thought. My parents thought differently, however, and transferred me to a Catholic school, and that was the end of my art career. By the time I got to college, I was convinced that the intellectual search for truth was far superior to the aesthetic. I earned a Bachelor of Arts degree and hadn�t taken one course in art. None were offered, even though the college professed the "liberal arts." In a sense, I was on the same course as Robert Motherwell (philosopher to artist), but for me the end came in the jungles of Vietnam. Philosophy and everything that I had learned�all the teachers, priests, and professors�had deserted me. Except...

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