Matthew Wong , Chinese, Canadian, 1984 to 2019, oil painting on canvas, Deep Forest. Signed with Hieroglyphs and titled, on the backside. Framed. Matthew Wong is known for Stylized landscape painting, dreamlike scenes, photography. Mr. Wongs story was unconventional, even remarkable, in the art world. He had been painting and drawing seriously only since 2013, but his striking canvases led critics to invoke Jean Baptiste Simeon Chardin, Milton Avery, Vincent van Gogh, and other familiar painters as they assessed his work and tried to describe its visual impact. A solo show at Karma on East Second Street in Manhattan in 2018 drew raves. Wong can be considered a kind of nouveau Nabi, Eric Sutphin wrote of the Karma show for the website and magazine Art in America, referring to a group of late 19th century French artists, a descendant of Post Impressionist painters like Edouard Vuillard and Paul Serusier. Like his forebears, he synthesizes stylized representations, bright colors, and mystical themes to create rich, evocative scenes. One of a kind artwork.