Jalan Sultan, Kuala Lumpur


Azmannor, 2021
Watercolor on Baohong paper, 41cm x 31cm

Available for acquisition

About the Creation

Introducing “Jalan Sultan, Kuala Lumpur,” a captivating watercolor artwork that seamlessly blends the essence of impressionism and realism, transporting you to the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s historical charm. In this enchanting piece, the artist skillfully captures the timeless allure of old shoplot buildings along Jalan Sultan. The watercolor technique breathes life into every stroke, bringing to life the bustling scene of people going about their day, with motorcycles traversing the road.

As you immerse yourself in the artwork, the vibrant figures bustling around the shops add a touch of liveliness, capturing the essence of urban life in Kuala Lumpur. The old shoplot buildings stand as proud witnesses of the city’s history, whispering stories of days gone by.

Jalan Sultan, once known as Sultan Street, holds a rich heritage, named in honor of Sultan Abdul Samad, who once had a palace nearby. The street is steeped in historical significance, a reflection of Kuala Lumpur’s journey through time.

Through the fusion of impressionism and realism, the artist masterfully captures the essence of the city’s past and present, inviting you to take a nostalgic journey down Jalan Sultan. The artwork becomes a visual portal to a bygone era, where the spirit of old meets the vitality of modern life.

Immerse yourself in the captivating world of “Jalan Sultan, Kuala Lumpur,” where watercolor breathes life into history and urban vibrancy. Experience the charm of the old shoplot buildings and the bustling energy of the city, as you journey through the streets of Kuala Lumpur’s rich heritage.

Specification Details

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 41 × 31 cm
Paper Brand

Baohong Watercolour Paper

Paper Weights

300 gsm (140lb)

Paper Color

Bright White

Paper Texture







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