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He Duoling = He Duo-ling
何多苓 = He Duo-ling
Bib ID 652440
Format BookBook
Author
He, Duoling, 1948-
何多苓, 1948-
 
Edition Chu ban. 
初版. 
Description Taibei : Yi shu jia chu ban she, Minguo 83 [1994] 
台北 : 藝術家出版社, 民國83 [1994] 
171 p. : chiefly ill. (some col.) ; 31 cm. 
ISBN 957950072X
Series

Da lu mei shu xuan ji ; 3.

大陸美術選集 ; 3.

Notes

Includes index and chronology tables.

Some text in English; table of contents also in English.

Subjects He, Duoling, 1948-
何多苓, 1948-
Also Titled

He Duo-ling.

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