Jiangjia de xiao chaoting de fumo (The fall of the Chiang family dynasty)
|Title:||Jiangjia de xiao chaoting de fumo (The fall of the Chiang family dynasty)|
|Artist:||Lu Mang 蘆芒|
|Source:||Jiangsu jiefangqu huaxuan (Images from the Liberated areas of Jiangsu) (Nanjing: Jiangsu renmin chubanshe, 1962)|
An unusual instance of Civil-War era anti-Chiang artwork from Jiangsu (much of the surviving imagery from the late 1940s is found in sources originating in North China), which shows a comic but far from sinister Chiang surrounded by family members as he realises his fate.
Lu Mang was the pen name of a Shanghai-born man of letters called Li Yanhua (李衍華). Li was associated with the New Fourth Army.