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At age 17, Liu Haisu established the first art school in modern China, introducing then revolutionary concepts like coeducation and the use of nude models. His impact continues even today. Critics say that even if he had stopped painting at age 30, his name would still be iconic in 20th Century art history. He didn’t stop, and his repeated visits to Huangshan Mountain in southern China reveal it to be the source of his inspiration, and the subject of his most important works.
Length: 53 minutes
Copyright date: ©2019
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