This feature is based on a book entitled The History of One Hundred Years of Chinese Oil Painting: The Great Epic of Art in the 20th Century, written by art critic Lin Hsingyueh. Lin elaborates on why in his view, Chairman Mao, had an immense impact on the development of art in China during the 20th Century.
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Translated

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Location code CLP.02.08.22
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Chinese - Traditional

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22 Aug 2002

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China Times, 22 Aug 2002, p. 14

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1

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A Taiwan Perspective: Lin Hsingyueh tells us about the History of One Hundred Years of Chinese Oil Painting, 台灣觀點 - 林惺嶽論述中國油畫百年史