早期以其著名的“广合源号”猪仔馆闻名,1901年时,这条街上甚至有多达12间苦力馆,因此被俗称为“广合源街”。1972年,英女王曾造访此地的夜市,使其声名远播。 如今,宝塔街已成为牛车水的主要街道。两侧的传统店屋涂满鲜亮的色彩,街上充满了中国风格和本地的纪念品,深受外国游客的喜爱。 Pagoda Street was once famous for its “Kwong Hup Yuen” coolie depot, and by 1901, it had as many as 12 coolie houses, earning it the nickname “Kwong Hup Yuen Street.” In 1972, Queen Elizabeth II visited the night market here, bringing it further into the spotlight. Today, Pagoda Street is a main thoroughfare in Chinatown. Lined with traditional shophouses painted in vibrant colors, the street is filled with Chinese-style and local souvenirs, captivating foreign tourists. 

Dimensions 900 × 650 mm
Medium Acrylic on Linen
Year 2024
Categories New In, Paintings

宝塔街的一天 Day In Pagoda Street

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Dimensions 900 × 650 mm
Medium Acrylic on Linen
Year 2024

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早期以其著名的“广合源号”猪仔馆闻名,1901年时,这条街上甚至有多达12间苦力馆,因此被俗称为“广合源街”。1972年,英女王曾造访此地的夜市,使其声名远播。 如今,宝塔街已成为牛车水的主要街道。两侧的传统店屋涂满鲜亮的色彩,街上充满了中国风格和本地的纪念品,深受外国游客的喜爱。 Pagoda Street was once famous for its “Kwong Hup Yuen” coolie depot, and by 1901, it had as many as 12 coolie houses, earning it the nickname “Kwong Hup Yuen Street.” In 1972, Queen Elizabeth II visited the night market here, bringing it further into the spotlight. Today, Pagoda Street is a main thoroughfare in Chinatown. Lined with traditional shophouses painted in vibrant colors, the street is filled with Chinese-style and local souvenirs, captivating foreign tourists. 

Dimensions 900 × 650 mm
Medium Acrylic on Linen
Year 2024
Categories New In, Paintings
Kevin Tan Ngee Chye
Kevin Tan Ngee Chye

Singapore

Born in Singapore in 1963. Kevin Tan Ngee Chye studied Graphic Design in Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts. He worked in the advertising industry as an illustrator and art director for thirty years. His experience in the commercial industry allowed him to work on projects across media and to push the boundaries of creativity while balancing marketability. As a fine art artist, Kevin enjoys creating works in various media such as ink, acrylic, oil and watercolour, depicting subjects ranging from the representational to the abstract. Kevin is a life member of The Society of Chinese Artists and also a committee member of The Singapore Art Society.