60c Cheung Yee (born 1936). Twin. 1965. Wood. This sculpture was inspired by a Chinese character and reveals a primitive feeling through the treatment of wood and the subject matter.
$1.40 Chen, Luis (born 1905), Figures, 1965-85. Acrylic on paper. In this painting, ink lines are applied to outline the figures, which are juxtaposed. Every face on the figure tells a story. A closer look into these cartoon-like images may lead one to discover a complex psychological world.
$1.80 Van Lau (born 1933), Lotus, 1936, Copper. The lotus depicted on the stamp is one of the artist’s endeavours in representing Chinese subject martters in three-dimensional form.
$5.00 Lui Shou-kwan (1919-1975), Zen painting, 1970. Ink and colour on paper. The painting reflects the philosophy of Zen through the image of a lotus. The black horizontal bold strokes of ink may be regarded as mud in the pond.