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Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang
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Children-Chinese Painter Barry Yang

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  • 1. Barry Yang is an Chinese painter, best known for his Children portraits in the Realist style. Yang’s passion is painting the children in these villages to capture their natural beauty and innocence. In order to better understand his painting subjects, Yang and his wife will stay in the village where they can have daily contact and build relationships with the locals. After several days the children will befriend them, allowing them to draw portraits and take photos.

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