Ming Dynasty painting
During the Ming dynasty (1368–1644), Chinese painting developed greatly from the achievements in painted art during the earlier Song dynasty and Yuan dynasty. The painting techniques which were invent...
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Four Masters of the Ming Dynasty
The Four Masters of the Ming dynasty (Chinese: 明四家; Pinyin: Míng Sì Jiā; "Sì" in Chinese is "four") are a traditional grouping in Chinese art history of four famous Chinese painters during the Ming dy...
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Ming presentation porcelain
Ming presentation porcelain was a variety of high quality Chinese porcelain items included among the gifts exchanged in foreign relations during the Ming Dynasty. Among the great number and variety of...
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Xie Sun
Xie Sun (Hsieh Sun, traditional: 謝蓀, simplified: 谢荪); was a Chinese landscape painter during the Qing Dynasty (1644–1912 AD), one of the Eight Masters of Nanjing. His specific years of birth and...
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Wu Hong
Not to be confused with Wu Hung, the modern specialist on the contemporary Chinese artWu Hong (simplified Chinese: 吴宏; traditional Chinese: 吳宏; pinyin: Wú Hóng; Wade–Giles: Wu Hung) wa...
Ni Zan
Ni Zan (simplified Chinese: 倪瓒; traditional Chinese: 倪瓚; pinyin: Ní Zàn; Wade–Giles: Ni Tsan; 1301–1374) was a Chinese painter during the Yuan and early Ming periods. Along with Huang ...
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Ye Xin
Yè Xīn (Yeh Hsin, traditional: 葉欣, simplified: 叶欣); was a Chinese landscape painter during the Qing Dynasty (1644–1912), one of the Eight Masters of Nanjing. His specific years of birth and deat...
Hu Zao
Hu Zao (Wade Giles: Hu Tsao, traditional: 胡慥, simplified: 胡慥, pinyin: Hú Zào); was a Chinese landscape painter during the Qing Dynasty (1644–1912), one of the Eight Masters of Nanjing. His speci...
Fan Qi
Fan Qi may refer to:
Zou Zhe
Zou Zhe (simplified Chinese: 邹喆; traditional Chinese: 鄒喆; pinyin: Zōu Zhé; Wade–Giles: Tsou Che 1636-ca. 1708), was a Chinese painter during the Qing Dynasty.Zou was born in Wuxi in Ji...
Chen Chun
Chén Chún (陳淳; 1483-1544) was born into a wealthy family of scholar-officials in Suzhou. He learned calligraphy from Wen Zhengming. He later broke with Wen to favor a more free-style method of "ink an...
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Shang Xi
Shang Xi (Chinese: 商喜; pinyin: Shāng Xǐ; Wade–Giles: Shang Hsi; fl. ca. 1430–1440); was a Chinese mural and scroll painter during the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644). His specific bir...
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Covered jar with carp design
This covered jar with a carp design is a piece of porcelain from the Jiajing period of the Ming Dynasty in China, currently located in the Indianapolis Museum of Art, which is in Indianapolis, Indiana...
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Ma Shi
Ma Shi (simplified Chinese: 马轼; traditional Chinese: 馬軾; pinyin: Mǎ Shì; Wade–Giles: Ma Shih), courtesy name as Jingzhan (敬瞻), was a Chinese landscape painter and poet during the Xuand...
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Zeng Jing
Zeng Jing (Tseng Ching, traditional: 曾鯨, simplified: 曾鲸); ca. 1564-1647 was a Chinese painter during the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644). He was best known as a portrait painter.
Zeng was born in ...
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Liu Jun (painter)
Liu Jun (simplified Chinese: 刘俊; traditional Chinese: 劉俊; pinyin: Liú Jùn; Wade–Giles: Liu Chün), courtesy name Ting Wei (廷偉), was a Chinese landscape and person painter in the early M...
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Chen Jiru
Chen Jiru (simplified Chinese: 陈继儒; traditional Chinese: 陳繼儒; pinyin: Chén Jìrú; Wade–Giles: Ch'en Chi-ju; 1558-1639) was a Chinese landscape painter and calligrapher during the Ming D...
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Ji Sheng
Ji Sheng (simplified Chinese: 计盛; traditional Chinese: 計盛; pinyin: Jì Shèng; Wade–Giles: Chi Sheng), was a Chinese imperial painter during the Xuande era of the Ming Dynasty. His birth...
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Kun Can
Kun Can (髡殘) (1612 to after 1674) was a Chinese painter from Hunan who spent most of his life in Nanjing. He became a Chan Buddhism monk at an early age and in Nanjing was abbot of a monastery on Nius...
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Dong Qichang
Dong Qichang (Chinese: 董其昌; pinyin: Dǒng Qíchāng; Wade–Giles: Tung Ch'i-ch'ang; courtesy name Xuanzai (玄宰); 1555–1636), was a Chinese painter, scholar, calligrapher, and art theorist of th...
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Wu School
Wu or Wumen School (Chinese: 吴门画派) is the term applied to a group of painters of the Southern School during the Ming period of Chinese history. It was not an academy or educational institution, bu...
Xia Shuwen
Xia Shuwen (Chinese: 夏叔文; pinyin: Xià Shūwén; Wade–Giles: Hsia Shu-wen); Date of birth unknown, was a Chinese painter during the early Ming Dynasty (1368–1644).Little is known of Xi...
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Xie Huan
Xie Huan (simplified Chinese: 谢环; traditional Chinese: 謝環; pinyin: Xiè Huán; Wade–Giles: Hsieh Huan; active 1426–1452) was a Chinese painter of the early Ming Dynasty. He is bes...
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Bian Jingzhao
Bian Jingzhao (simplified Chinese: 边景昭; traditional Chinese: 邊景昭), styled Wenjin (文进), was a famed Chinese painter in the early Ming Dynasty. His birth and death years are unknown. He was a na...
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Qiu Ying
Qiu Ying (Chinese: 仇英; pinyin: Qiú Yīng; Wade–Giles: Ch'iu Ying; 1494? – 1552) was a Chinese painter who specialized in the gongbi brush technique.Qiu Ying's courtesy name was Shifu ...
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Zhe school (painting)
The Zhe School (浙派) was a school of painters and was part of the Southern School, which thrived during the Ming dynasty. The school was led by Dai Jin, traditionally considered its founder. The "Zhe" ...
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Zhao Yuan
Zhao Yuan (simplified Chinese: 赵原; traditional Chinese: 趙原; pinyin: Zhào Yuán; Wade–Giles: Chao Yüan) is a noted Chinese painter in late Yuan and early Ming Dynasty. His birth and deat...
Wang Fu (painter)
Wang Fu (simplified Chinese: 王绂; traditional Chinese: 王紱; pinyin: Wáng Fú; Wade–Giles: Wang Fu); ca. 1362-1416 was a Chinese landscape painter, calligrapher, and poet during the Ming D...
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Lin Liang
Lin Liang (Chinese: 林良; pinyin: Lín Liáng; Wade–Giles: Lin Liang) (ca. 1424-1500) was a Chinese imperial painter of plum, flower, and fruit works during the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644)....
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Xia Chang
Xia Chang (Chinese: 夏昶; pinyin: Xià Chàng; Wade–Giles: Hsia Ch'ang; 1388–1470) was a Ming dynasty Chinese painter and government official.Xia specialized in ink bamboo painting, following ...
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