A Young Painter: The Life and Paintings of Wang Yani--China's Extraordinary Young Artist

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Houghton Mifflin Company, May 19, 1995 - Art - 94 pages
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Examines the life and works of the young Chinese girl who started painting animals at the age of three and in her teens became the youngest artist to have a one-person show at the Smithsonian Institution.

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This is a very interesting book about the early life and work of the Chinese prodigy artist Wang Yani. Read full review

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Create Your Own Masterpiece
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Monkeys Monkeys Monkeys
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Alice Low has written many books for children of all ages. SAlice Low has written many books for children of all ages. She has also been a book reviewer, creative writing teacher, he has also been a book reviewer, creative writing teacher, and writer-producer of educational filmstrips. and writer-producer of educational filmstrips.

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