Meishu: travels in Chinese art. Part 2

Australia, 1988

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China and the world Part 2 of a 3 part series travelling through China in search of the essence of Chinese art. This is the story of China’s spasmodic and invariably difficult contacts with other cultures and ideologies caused by both natural and cultural barriers and how this isolation has allowed China to develop its own great and distinctive traditions in art.

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