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Khaṅʻ Moṅʻ Raṅʻ 72 / ʾOṅʻ Maṅʻʺ
Bib ID 5178496
Format BookBook
Author
ʾOṅʻ Maṅʻʺ
 
Edition 1. ʾa krimʻ puṃ nhipʻ khraṅʻʺ. 
Description Ranʻ kunʻ : Saṅʻʺ Cā pe, [2010] 
53 p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm. 
Series

Burmese collection arts

Summary

On life and works of Khan Mon Ran [Khin Maung Yin], a Burmese famous artist ; volume commemorating his 72nd birthday anniversary.

Notes

Author: Aung Min

In Burmese.

Subjects Art -- Burma.  |  Art, Burmese.  |  Artists -- Burma.
Also Titled

Khaṅʻ Moṅʻ Raṅʻ khu nhacʻ chayʻʹ nhacʻ

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