Capital Tower

Mother & Child 34

Sculpture, Bronze, 118x115x25cm , 2001
Artist:  Han Meilin (b.1936), China
 
Location:  Capital Tower Level 1, Singapore

 

Chinese artist Han Meilin has done more than 60 bronze works of the mother and child theme, all celebrating the intimacy between mother and child albeit with different expressions. In this work, a mother with a long pigtail in a kneeling position is lifting her child as if he or she is the most important person in the world and this is undoubtedly so in her mind. The form is stylised; the mother’s lankiness and the child’s chubbiness contrast with each other.

Artist’s Biography

Han Meilin’s large body of works extends over Chinese ink painting, calligraphy, sculpture, ceramics, and design. He has created significant public art sculptures and his works are exhibited internationally. Museums dedicated to his works have been established in Beijing and Hangzhou. Han is widely known as the designer-creator of the Fuwa mascots for the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

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