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Tiger in Folk Art (1)

The tiger is a popular theme in Chinese folk art. One may encounter numerous images of tigers in almost all forms of folk art: paper cuts, embroidery, sculpture, new year print and so on. The earliest image of the tiger was discovered in an ancient tomb unearthed in central China’s Henan Province in 1987. A [...]

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Representative Works (1)

The Story of Wu Song The Story of Wu Song is one of representative works of Shandong Kuaishu by noted Shuochang artist Gao Yuanjun. The Story of Wu Song was derived from the novel Shui Hu (Outlaws in the Marsh). The story has 16 chapters and tells the life of the hero Wu Song from [...]

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The Tiger King

Few people have as big a passion for wildlife as Tiger Wang, who has dedicated his entire life to exploring the world for interesting and exciting animals, especially his favorite – tiger. He has received an extra ordinary amount of acclaim for his lifelike depictions of these animals, and has displayed his work at exhibitions [...]

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