China. Dated 1976. In the style of Xu Huanwen (1932- ), handicraft master, known for his porcelain painted with landscapes.
Porcelain painted with enamel colors. China's porcelain capital Jingdezhen situated idyllically at the Chang River in a rocky mountain landscape. In the foreground a steam engine is coming from the valley, on the mountains there are electricity pylons as a sign of the new infrastructure. A bridge
crosses the river, on which many ships sail. In the distance the city with numerous factories and workshops, which are recognizable by the high chimneys. 66 x 41.5cm. Inscription with title and dating. Seal: Xu. Wooden frame 81.5 x 52.5cm. Condition A.
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