1951 to 1982 Paintings of Dragons

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The mythical noble animal dragon represents the Chinese emperors. It is also one of the animals in the Chinese zodiac. 2012 will be a dragon year. Huang Yao Foundation has extracted all the dragon paintings from its collection to have them digitally exhibited.  It is a presentation of how Huang Yao has used the dragon across his various categories of paintings, as well as showing the development of his painting styles of his dragons over a period of 40 years.

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Children paintings with dragons 

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Traditional dragons - large paintings 

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Traditional dragons - small paintings

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Calligraphy and Wenzihua

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Tu’an Hua and other dragons

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