The Chinese Art Posters collection includes digital representations of posters originating in China during the 20th century. These posters range from those produced in 1920s Shanghai to propaganda posters from the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976). Together these materials give researchers a view into China's complex and intriguing past and offer a narrative of change, influence, and impressions from the 20th century.
This collection offers a valuable scholarly resource for students, scholars, and researchers interested in Chinese art, politics in China, communist art, western influence, and the study of advertisement and political ephemera. Researchers are encouraged to contact Amanda Clark (firstname.lastname@example.org) if there is interest in utilizing the Chinese Art Posters images in published research projects.
This digital collection was generously donated by Kelly Robinson and Anthony E. Clark.