No publication details. (circa1968). Stock ID #157441
Large Chinese Cultural Revolution papercut of red paper loosely presented on paper backing. This papercuts features a crowd of people cheering together for the establishment of Hunan Revolution Committee. Among them, two people are holding a banner showing the name of the committee, some of them are playing musical instruments and the majority of them are holding their hands high with the little red book of Mao's quotations. Mao Zedong's head and shoulder portrait, the sun with its bold rays extending behind him. Views of mountains and villiage are also at the background.
Excellent condition, blocks of text in Chinese, papercuts sheet measures 49.4 x 71.9cm. Text in right margin reads "Many Cheers on the Founding of the Revolution Committee of Hunan Province]./April 8th, 1968". The dates here shows the committee was established on April 8th, 1968.
Text in left margin reads, "China Military (China Daily) Editorial./Confederate roses are opening beautifully at my home town. The Sunshine at dawn is shining there/ April 10th, 1968." This phrase is quoted from a poem by Mao Zedong. The dates shows when the article was published in the paper.
The blocks of texts on the banners and flags are the names of the committee and rebel factions. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 157441).