Hong Kong artists

the early generation, Hong Kong Museum of Art, 14-4-78-11-6-78
  • 66 Pages
  • 0.30 MB
  • English
The Council , [Hong Kong]
Painting, Chinese -- China -- Hong Kong -- Exhibitions., Painters -- China -- Hong


China, Hong Kong, Hong

Other titlesHsiang-kang chʻien pei i shu chia.
Statementpresented by the Urban Council ; organized by the Hong Kong Museum of Art.
ContributionsHong Kong. Urban Council.
LC ClassificationsND1047.H66 H66 1978
The Physical Object
Pagination66 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4448556M
ISBN 109622150071
LC Control Number79110694

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