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Chinese # 81 - Hillside

Chinese # 81 - Hillside

ID# 3081
15" x 20.5"
(38cm x 52cm)
Regular price $275 USD
Regular price Sale price $275 USD
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The poster titled "Breaking Peaks and Cutting Ridges to Build Irrigation Channels" depicts a scene of dedicated labor and construction efforts in a mountainous region. In the image, a group of determined workers can be seen using various tools such as hammers, pickaxes, and shovels to break through the rugged terrain of steep cliffs and ridges. Their objective is to create irrigation channels that will harness the water from nearby sources to benefit agriculture in the area.

This poster encapsulates the spirit of hard work, resilience, and collective effort in overcoming geographical challenges for the betterment of rural communities. It symbolizes the commitment to agricultural development and water resource management, essential for improving the livelihoods of people living in such challenging landscapes.

This is an Original Vintage Poster; it is not a reproduction. This poster is printed on paper and is in excellent condition.
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