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Lin Fengmian came from a poor family. As a youth, he never dreamed he would visit the artistic capitals of Europe, or return to China on a mission to fuse Western and Eastern
styles of painting. One day, eight year-old Lin Fengmian was given a few coins. Buying a lottery ticket, he won. He used most of the winnings to help his family. He used some to attend art school, changing his destiny. His works are done in the Western style, yet display more characteristics of the Eastern style. Still his life was full hardship,
and some speculate whether winning the lottery was in fact good luck at all.
Length: 53 minutes
Copyright date: ©2019
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