In China, birthplace of our daughter Mia, one can find 40 so-called “Painting Villages,” where folk artists produce what are known as Chinese farmer paintings or Chinese peasant paintings. The paintings originate from ancient traditions of wall painting, paper cutting, batik, and embroidering, but the genre of peasant painting emerged within the last several decades. The paintings are original acrylic pieces on paper, and are recognized around the world for their sparkling colors, naivete, and whimsical treatments of Chinese animals, festivals, and culture. 

We currently have scores of Chinese farmer paintings in stock, including many pieces by the most famous Chinese peasant painter, Feng Aih-Dong, who already has work in more than a dozen museums across China. 

Around the House
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The Great Wall's Summer
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