Le Jardin de la Musique II
Limited Edition Framed Print
Item #: 14258110952A
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- The Print
- The Artist
A child of China's Cultural Revolution, his childhood reading was Mao's Little Red Book and his music was the operas of Madame Mao. He saw his father, a professor, sent to labor camps for "re-education." But in his mind and soul, individualism was alive and well. He began to draw.<br/><br/>The system sent Hailan to art school, where he was trained in ancient Chinese and classical art. He graduated with honors from the Shanghai Academy of Arts, earned a Masters Degree, and went on to paint portraits of Mao Tse-tung and landscapes of the proletariat at work.<br/><br/>Western ideology became increasingly influential in Hailan's artistic development. In 1983, he and seven artist friends defied Communist authority with a public exhibition of their work in Shanghai Park. The show was dismantled. Hailan and his friends were blacklisted. Just a few months later, Hailan went to Japan. He came to the United States in 1990.
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