Born May 14, 1933 in Canton, China, Ken Hong Leung moved to Hong Kong in 1945. There he became part of the artistry of the young community of the city. Being largely self-taught, he presented his first work in oils in the gallery of Hong Kong in 1960. During the year, its fishing villages and landscapes of the coast became a sensation in art circles, and the leading art gallery in Hong Kong began presenting his art.
Over the past years, H. Leung showed his paintings around the world, and has received numerous prizes and awards in many countries. In 1978, he became a resident of the United States and a citizen of the United States a year later. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife and four sons
Today, H. Leung is recognized as one of the leading artists of the neo-impressionists; Master magical landscape, dreamy moods and magical reflections of light and color. His works show the prestigious art galleries in the United States.