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Lezaixuan cang lian = Exhibition of Lok Tsai Hsien collection of calligraphy in couplets / Art Gallery, Institute of Chinese Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 19th Oct.-23rd Dec., 1972
樂在軒藏聯 = Exhibition of Lok Tsai Hsien collection of calligraphy in couplets / Art Gallery, Institute of Chinese Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 19th Oct.-23rd Dec., 1972
Bib ID 1508043
Format BookBook
Author
Chinese University of Hong Kong. Art Gallery
 
Description [Xianggang? 1972?] 
[香港? 1972?] 
1 v. (chiefly illus.) 29cm. 
Notes

Prefatory matter, table of contents, and legends also in English.

Subjects Calligraphy, Chinese -- Exhibitions.
Also Titled

Lok Tsai Hsien collection of calligraphy in couplets.

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