Campbell Street Sundry
Campbell Street Sundry

Campbell Street Sundry

Regular price RM35 MYR

Art print created from an original watercolour painting by Lorongandlane.

            An old chinese sundry and liquor shop along the shopping belt of Campbell street. This shop has been selling sundries for over 180 years since mid 19th century. The name of the shop Kwong Tuck is a combination of "Kwong" meaning Guangdong, China where their ancestors originated from and "Tuck" meaning virtue in Cantonese. It is the shop many locals will visit to buy groceries especially the weeks before Chinese New Year.

            Archi
            Shop House: Early Straits Eclectic 1890-1920
            Material
            Off-white watercolour paper
            Printing
            Digital printing
            Detail
            No frame, matboard and watermark
            Package
            Ships flat with backing board and protective sleeve
            No
            C322017A4

              Campbell Street Sundry