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Painting of peasants harvesting fruit from a lotus pond, by a peasant painter of Huhsien, c1970


Painting of peasants harvesting fruit from a lotus pond, by a peasant painter of Huhsien, c1970


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Painting of peasants harvesting fruit from a lotus pond, by a peasant painter of Huhsien, c1970

CHINA: PEASANT ART, c1970.
Painting of peasants harvesting fruit from a lotus pond, by a peasant painter of Huhsien, c1970

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1970 Blossom China Chinese Cultural Revolution Folk Art Gather Harvest Lotus Painter Peasant Pond Truck


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This print showcases a vibrant painting titled "Painting of peasants harvesting fruit from a lotus pond" by a talented peasant painter from Huhsien, China in the year 1970. The artwork beautifully captures the essence of rural life during that time, highlighting the cultural revolution and the significance of folk art. In this enchanting scene, men and women can be seen diligently working together to gather and harvest fruits from a bountiful lotus pond. The artist's skillful brushstrokes bring to life the vivid colors of blossoms in full bloom against the backdrop of serene waters. This painting not only celebrates nature's abundance but also pays homage to the hardworking spirit of Chinese peasants. The late 1970s marked an era when traditional forms of artistic expression were encouraged and embraced by society. Peasant painters like those hailing from Huhsien played a crucial role in preserving their cultural heritage through their unique perspectives on everyday life. As we gaze upon this masterpiece, we are transported back in time to witness firsthand how these ordinary individuals found solace amidst their laborious routines. Their dedication is evident as they work tirelessly under the watchful eye of an old truck nearby. This remarkable piece serves as a testament to both human resilience and artistic ingenuity, reminding us that beauty can be found even in seemingly mundane tasks. It is with great pleasure that Granger Art on Demand presents this extraordinary photograph for all art enthusiasts to appreciate and cherish for years to come.

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