Tang Yin


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T’ang Yin

 

(also Po-hu or Tzu-wei; pseudonym, Liu-ju chüshih). Born 1470; died 1523. Chinese painter, calligrapher, and poet.

In his landscapes, T’ang Yin followed the traditions of Li T’ang. In his paintings of people and of birds and flowers, he used rich, varied colors in the “careful brush” (kung-pi) style. His works include Silk Fan in the Streams of the Autumn Wind (City Museum, Shanghai) and Farm Work in the South of China (Ku-kung Museum, Peking).

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