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Huang Chunyao yi shu hui gu ji [electronic resource] / Huang Chunyao zhu
黄纯尧艺术回顾集 [electronic resource] / 黄纯尧著
Bib ID 5972912
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Huang, Chunyao
黄纯尧
 
Online Access
Description Nanjing : Jiangsu mei shu chu ban she, 2006 
南京 : 江苏美术出版社, 2006 
ISBN 7534420997
Technical Details

Mode of access: World Wide Web. 

Notes

Title from title screen.

Text (Electronic book)

Interface offered in Chinese.

Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Beijing : ApabiDlib, 2004. System requirements: Apabi Reader. Available via World Wide Web. 
Subjects Huang, Chunyao -- Criticism and interpretation.  |  Painting, Chinese -- 20th century.  |  Landscapes in art.  |  Australian
黄纯尧 -- Criticism and interpretation.

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