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  • Shabu-Shabu Picture No.1,Total:1
Works by the Artist
Other Works(Health Balls and Disposable Bowls)
Other Works(85 °C Bakery Cafe Cake and Noodles)
Other Works(Oolong Tea)
Other Works(Yushan)
Other Works(The Garden of Eden)
Other Works(The Tongue of the Wise)
Other Works(Feasting Yet Watchful)
Other Works(Fresh Formosan Fruits)
Other Works(Five New Senses)
Other Works(The Harvest Season)
Other Works(Pineapple Flowers and Taiwan Fruits)
Other Works(Love of God)
Other Works(Pride and Vainglory)
Other Works(Meinong Ph.D. Scholar's Feast)
Other Works(Wanhua Herb Alley)
Other Works(Food Hygiene Regulations)
HO Huey-Chih
NO. 20130065
Year 2010
Max Size
104 x 129.8 x 5 cm
Oil on canvas
Leased out
Artwork Appreciation
Artist HO Huey-Chih is adept at creating still lives with exquisite, complex brushstrokes, seeking subjects from everyday objects and food common in Taiwan and arranging them on the canvas. In Shabu-Shabu, she shows a scene common in Taiwan’s food culture: friends and family gathering for a shabu-shabu meal. Amid the fast pace of modern life, sitting around a table eating hot soups and stews is a way to reconnect the feelings between people. To the artist, shabu-shabu is an expression of human warmth and cordiality. In this painting, she attempts to convey the sense of human caring that existed before this age of technical advancement.