Posthumous exhibit in KL pays tribute to Covid victim’s painterly legacy

  • Arts
  • Saturday, 30 Oct 2021

Nostalgic kampung scenes were a big part of Mass Yusoff’s art career, including this pandemic-era work titled 'Tempat Asalku' (acrylic on canvas, 2020). Photo: Handout

The late watercolour artist Mohd Yusof Abdul Wahid, popularly known as Mass Yusoff, had been eagerly planning to return to the art scene with a new gallery exhibition in September this year.

However, that plan was tragically dashed when the prolific painter died in July of complications from Covid-19. He was 65.

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