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Yangzhou hua pai : sheng cun yu chuang zao / Gu Chengfeng zhu bian ; Wang Hanwei zhu
扬州画派 : 生存与创造 / 顾丞峰主编 ; 王菡薇著
Bib ID 3046646
Format BookBook
Author
Wang, Hanwei
王菡薇
 
Edition Di 1 ban. 
第1版. 
Description [Shenyang Shi] : Liaoning mei shu chu ban she, 2003 
[沈阳市] : 辽宁美术出版社, 2003 
157 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 753143007X
Series

Zhongguo hui hua liu pai yu da shi xi lie cong shu.

中国绘画流派与大师系列丛书.

Subjects Painting, Chinese -- China -- Yangzhou (Jiangsu Sheng).  |  Painting, Chinese -- Ming-Qing dynasties, 1368-1912.

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