This small sculpture depicts a horse in an elongated and stylized form, with its neck, body and tail almost in a straight line. On this line are various protruding elements: the horse’s ear and mane; and, by a master stroke of Han, three birds standing in line which adds much interest. The texture of the work is rough, and this, coupled with the antique bronze patination, makes it seems as though it has just been “unearthed”.A magnificent water-colour painting of the building where CapitaLand sets up its headquarters office, this work depicts the lofty tower viewed from a vantage point to the west of it, on a sunny afternoon with blue sky, white cloud, and the sun casting strong shadows. The tower stands out from its neighbours with its great height and distinct curved top. The artist has omitted unessential details on the façade, focusing instead on the representation of the built form and the contrast between glass and stone.