Thought on Creation and Collection of Paintings With the Theme of Contemporary Chinese Revolutionary History

Ying XIONG

Abstract


Based on the development history of Chinese revolution, the recording in the form of painting can help to restore the scene by combining the related historic theme, thus enhance the authenticity of creation of paintings with the theme of contemporary Chinese revolutionary history and objectively help to raise collectors’ collection hobby and interest. This paper discusses the creation and collection of paintings with the theme of contemporary Chinese revolutionary history so as to realize comprehensive understanding of the creation and collection of paintings with the theme of contemporary Chinese revolutionary history and thus promote the development of paintings with the theme of contemporary Chinese revolutionary history.

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Chinese contemporary; Revolutionary historical themes; Creation; Collection

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n

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