In the early days of Myanmar modern art, there were two major trends – that of Bagyi Aung Soe and of Khin Maung (Bank). The latter based his style on Western cubism combined with Myanmar sensations. Famous Myanmar modern artist Paw Oo Thet (1936-1993) was a disciple of Khin Maung (Bank), who built his style on that of his master. There are a number of young Myanmar modern artists who have followed and developed on the styles of Khin Maung (Bank) and Paw Oo Thet. Ba Khine (b- 1959) is one of them. The remarkable thing about Ba Khine’s extension on their style is the addition of Yangon scenes. Thus, pre-war Chevrolet buses, Sule Pagoda built by ancient Myanmar kings, colonial structures and modern apartment buildings have become his subjects.