Selling happiness: calendar posters and visual culture in early twentieth-century Shanghai
"As the first substantial investigation of commercial art in China, Selling Happiness explains how the early twentieth century Chinese public came in accept Western style art as mainstream and the heretofore ignored process by which the Chinese art world became (in some sectors at least) thorou...
|Main Author:||Laing, Ellen Johnston.|
University of Hawai'i Press,
|Donor:||Isabelle Oroian Fleck Fund.|