Chen Shaomei (1909–1954) was a painter and an important artist in the period just before the People's Republic of China was established in 1949. Born in Hengshan in the Hunan Province, by the age of 17, Chen had already established a reputation in local art circle. Throughout the course of his short but prolific career, he experimented in many techniques not previously common in Chinese paintings.
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