Wednesday, 15 November 2017 Lifestyle
Wed Who's Who: Raden Saleh
Raden Saleh was inspired to paint lions from animal shows he attended in The Hague and Haarlem in 1836 and 1837, performed by the famous French animal tamer Henri Martin. Having spent considerable time closely studying their anatomy, Raden Saleh went on to paint the dramatic Orientalist scenes he would be remembered for: horsemen attacking animals and fights between animals.

Discover Raden Saleh and his masterpieces at Century of Light at National Gallery Singapore.
This exhibition opens tomorrow!
We can't wait. How about you?

For more info:

Raden Saleh
Six Horsemen Chasing A Deer
106.0 x 188.0cm
Oil on canvas mounted on fibreboard
Gift of Mrs Sally Burbank Swart. Collection of Smithsonian American Art Museum.
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