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Chinese Art in an Age of Revolution: Fu Baoshi (1904–1965)

Discover how Fu Baoshi—perhaps the greatest landscape and figure painter of China's modern period—integrated Western and traditional Asian artistic influences to create a new style that was both unmistakably Chinese and undeniably modern.

Expanding Tradition and Sino-Japanese Confluences in the Art of Fu Baoshi
Aida Yuen Wong, Associate Professor of Fine Arts, Chair of East Asian Studies, Brandeis University

Learn more about Chinese Art in an Age of Revolution Fu Baoshi (1904–1965)
http://www.metmuseum.org/exhibitions/listings/2012/fu-baoshi

The exhibition was organized by The Metropolitan Museum of Art with the Cleveland Museum of Art and the Nanjing Museum.

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