How legislation has given AGNSW the blockbuster edge

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Protection against seizure and restitution has enabled some of China's most important objects, once housed in the Imperial Palace and now held by Taiwan, to travel to Sydney.

Ming dynasty 1368–1644, Wen Zhengming (1470–1559), Heavy snow in the mountain passes 1528–32 (detail), handscroll, ink and colours on paper, 25.3 × 445.2 cm, National Palace Museum, Taipei. Photo: © National Palace Museum, Taipei. From exhibition Heaven and earth in Chinese art: treasures from the National Palace Museum, Taipei at AGNSW (2019).

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