Woodblock print exhibition of veteran artist opens at Suzhou Museum

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Woodblock illustrations of classic literary works are among the highlights of a newly unveiled exhibition of print art by 98-year-old Huang Yongyu now running at the Suzhou Museum in east China. “Carved into Wood – Huang Yongyu’s Prints Exhibition” kicked off on May 18, International Museum Day, and will run for two months. It features 78 sets of woodblock prints and carved woodblocks created by Huang and lifelike printmaking portraits. To express his excitement, the artist recorded a video for the museum.

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