Hung Liu’s “Mu Nu (Mother and Daughter)” (1997) a large canvas from the Kemper Museum’s collection, exemplifies the artist’s use of historical photographs as the basis for her vivid depictions of scenes from Chinese history.
Hung Liu’s “Mu Nu (Mother and Daughter)” (1997) a large canvas from the Kemper Museum’s collection, exemplifies the artist’s use of historical photographs as the basis for her vivid depictions of scenes from Chinese history. Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art
Hung Liu’s “Mu Nu (Mother and Daughter)” (1997) a large canvas from the Kemper Museum’s collection, exemplifies the artist’s use of historical photographs as the basis for her vivid depictions of scenes from Chinese history. Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art

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