A Chinese artist has created an unusual painting that has caused a stir in a Chinese museum, with people questioning whether it was real or a work of art.
The painting was created by a 17-year-old student at the Nanjing Military Academy, which was founded in the 19th century and has a history of war.
It was commissioned by the Nanjiang Museum, which is run by the Chinese government.
The school, which opened in 1924, is one of the oldest in the world, and is one that teaches students about Chinese culture.
The artist, who goes by the name of Wang Yong, was reportedly chosen for the painting by Nanjing’s local art director, who said he would paint the piece in the future.
Wang Yong was invited to the museum by the director to pose with the painting.
He told the BBC that the painting had to be a unique creation, because it was so different from what was seen at the school, according to the BBC.
He said that the school had asked him to create something that would not be seen at Nanjing, and so he decided to make a work with no real world reference to China, the BBC reported.
It is not clear what Wang Yong’s motivation was for creating this piece, but he told the broadcaster that it was his way of saying he wanted to make something unique, and that he hoped to make it at the museum someday.
Wang said that he would continue to paint until the museum had something unique for him to do, and then he would leave.
The Nanjing Museum said it had not been contacted by the artist.
The Chinese government does not have a clear image of what is considered art, and it is not unusual for the country’s art history to change.
However, Wang Yong has said that there was a time when China was “too good” to be true art, but that he wanted people to know about the history of art in China.
He also said that his work is not a representation of anything Chinese, but a work that is part of Chinese culture, and said he hoped that it would inspire Chinese students to learn about art.