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Subject:Agricultural Prints
Posted By: Adam R Acey Tue, Dec 22, 2020 IP: 2603:3015:2a05:c100:

Any help with identification is most appreciated!

Link :https://photos.app.goo.gl/1tDfKKpJmYA9opwt7


Subject:Re: Agricultural Prints
Posted By: I.Nagy Thu, Dec 24, 2020

Typical posters from the 1970es.
Pic. 1-3,
堅持階級斗争大搞科学種田 - Adhere to class struggle and engage in scientific farming !

People's Fine Arts Publishing House published it in 1976 in 50000 copies (Ref. Sougou search engine)

Pic.4-9,
紅星小学 - Hongxing (Red Star) Primary School

The text on the fringe is too small and blurred to read.

Pic.10-15
偉大領袖毛主席万歳 (red) - Long Live the Great Leader Chairman Mao !
臭水浜変成了林蔭道 (black) - Smelly waterside became a boulevard

Pic.16-23,
碩果満園 - Fruitful garden
Same probleme with the text on the fringe.

Pic. rest,
淮北人民学大寨 - People of Huaibei are learning from Dazhai (Commune)

With regards,
I.Nagy

Subject:Re: Agricultural Prints
Posted By: Bill H Thu, Dec 24, 2020

FYI, these prints mostly appear to be Cultural Revolution-era propaganda aimed at the Chinese People since about 1965 and which didn't begin subsiding until the waning months of 1976, when Mao Zedong passed away and the 'Gang of Four' fell from power, paving the way for Deng Xiaoping eventually to take over as Leader and institute reforms on a moderate path. I've seen indications in the last several years that such materials have increased in their collectability, though don't follow that market.

Best regards,

Bill H.


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