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Shaanxi, China

Chinese New Year Painting: Once Upon an Autumn Day

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Overview

$50.00
Countering the autumn mood of sadness as summer quietly ends, these colorfully dressed women seem to enjoy their autumn hike, appreciating chrysanthemums and picking dogwood leaves. The once popular woodblock prints have become rare collectibles as the most of the old woodblocks did not survive the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976).
Description Countering the autumn mood of sadness as summer quietly ends, these colorfully dressed women seem to enjoy their autumn hike, appreciating chrysanthemums and picking dogwood leaves. The once popular woodblock prints have become rare collectibles as the most of the old woodblocks did not survive the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976).
Weight(kg) 0.0500
Size 21"x17"(54.5cmx43.5cm)
Materials Xuan paper

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Tai Liping

Chinese arts and crafts master, the inheritor of the Fengxiang Chinese New Year woodblock painting technique enlisted in the National Intangible Heritage preservation program.

He acquired the Shaanxi Fengxiang New Year woodcut skills from his father and grandfather; the craft has been passed down in the family for more than 500 years. Together with father, Liping created over 60 types of motifs and discovered, researched, re-engraved more than 400 sets of New Year woodcuts, restoring the art to its former glory.

Tai Liping is an artist with fifty years of experience. His art works have been collected domestically by the Central Academy of Fine Arts, China Art Museum, t...

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