Demand grows for Chinese fake art

0 Demand grows for Chinese fake artChina’s wealthy elite have for many years ndeveloped a taste for Western food, wine and culture.

And demand for re-creations of classical European works of art has been steadily rising.

But for the workers painting the fakes, it’s all about bringing industrial efficiency to their art.

Al Jazeera’s Harry Fawcett reports from Dafen in southern China.

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