Added by Admin on Jan 18, 2019|Updated on Jan 22, 2019
Taohuawu in East China’s Suzhou City and Yangliuqing in North China’s Tianjin have been known as two leading bases of traditional Chine New Year woodcut paintings. The exhibition displayed 71 paintings from the two places and they were made in the period from Qing Dynasty （1644-1911） to modern times.
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Suzhou Art Museum is built in the traditional style of civilian residences in Suzhou in 2010. Featuring seven pavilions and occupying 3,000 square meters, the museum possesses multi-functional lecture rooms and thermostatic and humidistat-f...