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The Art and Life of Chang Shangpu

The Art and Life of Chang Shangpu


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Grade Level Grades K-2, Grades 6-12

About This Lesson

The art and life of Constance Chang provides a valuable narrative for modern Chinese painting as it developed outside the mainland in the second half of the twentieth century. Ms. Chang is one of the very few women artists of her generation to have gained a significant reputation as a painter. She lived in Shanghai, where she pursued a career in film, until her thirties. It was only when she moved to Hong Kong in 1948 that she began to study Chinese painting seriously. Aligned to Common Core State Standards: SL.6.2, SL.6.3


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