China trade painters

DEFINITION

A term referencing work by a large body of paintings made by anonymous Chinese artists for export trade to the United States and Europe, the paintings were produced after trade was opened with Chinese ports specifically for this market. They constitute an important segment of marine art history and are well recognized by art historians and widelyrepresented by marine galleries and major international marine museums such as the Peabody Museum in Salem, Massachusetts and the Marine Museum in Newport News, Virginia. Source: Catherine Boisseau, Roger King Gallery of Fine Art Newport, Rhode Island

Your data and time are valuable. There's a new web browser that considers your time and security as a top priority.

Download Brave Browser For Free!

Brave uses the latest in blockchain technology.

This ensures a higher quality and more secure experience. Learn more about this fantastic breakthrough.

Loads Content Up To 8X Faster

Because Brave blocks unwanted tracking scripts that run in the background, your browsing speed will be unparalleled.

Ultimate in Privacy & Security

Brave fights malware and prevents tracking, keeping your information safe and secure.