Political Inspiration in Art Production: Three Oil Paintings Depicting Mao Zedong During the Cultural Revolution
Volume 1, Number 2, August 2002
by Yan Shanchen
In this essay, Yan Shanchen explores how political inspiration impacts on the art production in China, with a specific focus on three oil paintings depicting Mao Zedong during the Cultural Revolution. This paper was presented at a conference titled "Cultural Production and the Cultural Revolution" which was held at the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design in Vancouver, Canada, from March 22 to 23, 2002.
Yan Shanchen, political inspiration, Cultural Revolution, Mao Zedong, political art, oil painting, Tang Xiaohe, Liu Chunhua, Fang Zengxian, Go Ahead in the Wind and Waves with Chairman Mao, Sailing the Seas Depends Upon the Helmsman, Chairman Mao Goes to Anyuan, Arouse Millions of Workers and Peasants, Chen Yanning, Chairman Mao Inspects the Countryside in Guangdong, Grow up in the Wind and Waves, Cultural Production and the Cultural Revolution, conference, Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design
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