Chinese woodblock prints shine at A’cheng exhibition
Updated : 2018-12-03
By ( chinadaily.com.cn )
An exhibition featuring Chinese woodblock prints by craftsmen from Harbin took place in the A’cheng Print Painting Art Park, from Nov 24 to 28.
The exhibition was a part of the first Northeast Asia Cultural and Art Expo. It was divided into three parts: the themes of commemorating the 40th anniversary of reform and opening up, landscapes of Harbin city and the essence of A’cheng woodblock prints.
Over 160 woodblock prints were on display depicting the economic and social achievements Heilongjiang had made over the past 40 years, Harbin’s breathtaking scenery, history and cultural traditions.
An exhibition featuring Chinese woodblock prints by Harbin craftsmen takes place in the A’cheng Print Painting Art Park, from Nov 24 to 28. [Photo/people.cn]
Woodblock prints depicting Harbin’s breathtaking scenery, history and cultural traditions on display at an exhibition held in the A’cheng Print Painting Art Park, on Nov 24. [Photo/people.cn]
Visitors admire Chinese woodblock prints at an exhibition held in the A’cheng Print Painting Art Park, on Nov 24. [Photo/people.cn]
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