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In pics: Up-close to Pu'er woodcut masters and their pieces

Updated:2017-01-19 11:44:45   yunnangateway.com

Out-of-print woodcut emerged in the 1980s in Pu'er city, Yunnan province. Rooted in the Ancient Tea-Horse Road culture, the art form boasts unique charm and has gained popularity in recent years. Now, the carved artistic pieces by local masters are sold at home and abroad thanks to the Internet and local e-commerce platforms. Here are some pieces.

Shang Mingpeng works on his series of pieces featuring the Ancient Tea-Horse Road culture. [Photo provided to yunnangateway.com]

The Old Town by Shang Mingpeng. [Photo provided to yunnangateway.com]

The Primitive Village by Shang Mingpeng. [Photo provided to yunnangateway.com]

The Epic Song by Shang Mingpeng. [Photo provided to yunnangateway.com]

The Ancient Road by Shang Mingpeng. [Photo provided to yunnangateway.com]

Keyword:   Pu'er woodcut masters pieces
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