China observed 1930-1970: drawings & paintings by Jack Chen, January 10 - March 10, 1980, Chinese Culture Center, San Francisco

San Francisco: Chinese Culture Center, 1980. 6-panel brochure, 8.5x8.5 inches, with single 2 panel illustration, biographical sketch, notes on Chen's works arranged by period, some text in Chinese, signed by the artist on front panel.

Chen was born in Trinidad in 1908 to an associate of Sun Yat-Sen; he became one of the most prominent political artists of the anti-Japanese war period and maintained connections with Diego Rivera, Robert Minor, William Gropper and numerous Soviet artists. This exhibition showcased his work from the post-1949 period in particular; the featured image is "Spring Festival" from 1956.

Cat.No: 181249

Price: $75.00