Template:Zhao Chang - Picture of the New Year - Google Art Project

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Artist Zhao Chang (Sung Dynasty (late 10th century) - Sung Dynasty (early 11th century)) (China)
Born in Chengdu in Sichuan Province.
Details of artist on Google Art Project
Title Picture of the New Year wikidata:Q19689324
Object type Painting
Date (Sung Dynasty (late 10th Century) - Sung Dynasty (early 11th Century))
Dimensions Height: 1,038 mm (40.87 in). Width: 512 mm (20.16 in).
National Palace Museum Link back to Institution infobox template wikidata:Q540668
National Palace Museum (0155).JPG
Native name 國立故宮博物院
Location Taipei
Coordinates 25° 06′ 07″ N, 121° 32′ 55″ E Link to OpenStreetMap  Link to Google Maps
Website www.npm.gov.tw
Authority control
Accession number K2A000049
Source/Photographer lgGluy2FAXm2gg at Google Cultural Institute zoom level downscaled from maximum


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