Bada Shanren Bada Shanren (born Zhu Da ca. 1626—1705) was a Chinese painter of shuimohua and a calligrapher.
Bian Shoumin Bian Shoumin (Chinese: 边寿民; 1684–1752), courtesy name as Yigong or Shoumin, sobriquet as Weijian Laoren, is a famed Chinese painter in Qing Dynasty.
Chen Hongshou Chen Hongshou (1598 – 1652), formerly romanized as Ch'en Hung-shou, was a Chinese painter of late Ming Dynasty.
Chen Shizeng Chen Shizeng (born March 2, 1876, Fenghuang, Hunan province, China died September 12, 1923, Nanjing, Jiangsu province) Wade-Giles romanization Ch’en Shih-tseng, original name Chen Heng...
Chen Shu Chen Shu() (1660–1736), was a Chinese painter during the early Qing Dynasty (1644–1912).
Cheng Sui Cheng Sui was a Chinese landscape painter, poet, seal cutter, and calligrapher during the Qing Dynasty.
Cheng Zhengkui Chéng Zhèngkuí (Ch'eng Cheng-k'ui, traditional: 程正揆, simplified: 程正揆); ca. 1604-1670 was a Chinese landscape painter and poet during the Qing Dynasty (1644–1912).
Dai Xi Dai Xi (1801 – 1860) was a Chinese painter of the 19th century and representative of the academic manner.
Ding Guanpeng Ding Guanpeng was a famed Chinese painter who lived during the Qing Dynasty.
Eight Eccentrics of Yangzhou Eight Eccentrics of Yangzhou is the name for a group of eight Chinese painters known in the Qing for rejecting the orthodox ideas about painting in favor of a style deemed expressive and individ...
Eight Masters of Nanjing The Eight Masters of Nanjing or Eight Masters of Jinling were a group of 17th century Chinese painters living in Nanjing who were leaders of the Nanjing school.
Fan Qi Fan Qi (Fan Ch'i, traditional: 樊圻, simplified: 樊圻; 1616–1694); was a Chinese landscape painter during the Qing Dynasty (1644–1912), one of the Eight Masters of Nanjing.
Fei Danxu Fei Danxu; 1801-1850 was an itinerant Chinese painter during the Qing Dynasty.
Four Wangs The Four Wangs were four Chinese landscape painters in the 17th century, all called Wang (surname Wang).
Gai Qi Gai Qi (Chinese: 改琦; 1774-1829) was a poet and painter born in western China during the Qing dynasty.
Gao Cen Gao Cen, courtesy name as Shanchang or Weisheng, is a famed Chinese painter active during the Qing Dynasty.
Gao Fenghan Gāo Fènghàn was born in Shandong to a minor bureaucrat.
Gao Qipei Gāo Qípeì was born in Jiangxi to a family of Manchu ethnicity.
Gao Xiang Gao Xiang (Chinese: 高翔; 1688–1753) was a Qing Chinese painter, and one of the Eight Eccentrics of Yangzhou.
Gao Xie Gao Xie (1877—1958), was a notable Chinese scholar, calligraphist, traditional painter, publisher, poet, writer, and book collector.
Gong Xian Gong Xian was a Chinese painter, the most important of the Eight Masters of Nanjing and the leading painter of the Nanjing school.
Gu Yun Gu Yun (1835—1896) was a Chinese master landscape artist.
Hong Ren Hong Ren, who is also known as Hongren, (Chinese: 弘仁; 1610-1663) was an early Qing painter and a member of the Anhui (or Xin'an) school of painting.
Hong Yi Hong Yi (1880–1942) (Chinese: 弘一大師 Hóngyī Dashi), born Li Shutong (李叔同) was a Chinese Buddhist monk, artist and art teacher.
Hu Zaobin Wu Cho Bun (1897–1942) was an early 20th-century Chinese painter, famous for painting tigers.
Hua Yan Hua Yan (1682 – 1756) courtesy name Qiu Yue (秋岳), sobriquets Xinluo Shan Ren (新罗山人), Dong Yuan Shen (东园生), Bu Yi Sheng (布衣生)， and Li Hou Ju Shi (离后居士） was a Qing Dynasty Chinese painter.
Huang Binhong Huáng Bīnhóng (黃賓虹) (1865-1955) was a Chinese art historian and literati painter born in Jinhua in Zhejiang province.
Jiang Tingxi Jiang Tingxi (1669–1732), courtesy name Yangsun (杨孙), was a Chinese painter, and an editor of the encyclopedia Gujin Tushu Jicheng (Complete Collection of Ancient and Modern Writing...
Jiao Bingzhen Jiāo Bǐngzhēn, 1689–1726) was a native of Jining, Shandong who became a noted painter and astronomer.
Jin Nong Born in 1687 in Hangzhou, Jin Nong (金農) became popular as a painter and calligrapher while living as a childless widower in Yangzhou in his sixties.
Jin Tingbiao Jin Tingbiao (Chinese: 金廷标; Pinyin: Jīn Tíngbiāo) was a Chinese painter in Qing Dynasty.
Ju Chao Ju Chao (1811-1865), a native of Panyu (番禺, now Guangzhou, was a famed Chinese painter in Qing Dynasty.
Ju Lian Ju Lian (1828-1904), a native of Panyu (番禺, now Guangzhou, was a Chinese painter in Qing Dynasty.
Keuh Agong Keuh Agong or Kew Ah Gung, Kew A-Gang, Wat Ngong, Wat Angong or simply Agong (1785–1867) was a Chinese Protestant Christian evangelist and author from Guangzh...
Kun Can Kūn Cán (髡殘) (1612 to after 1674) was a Chinese painter from Hunan who spent most of his life in Nanjing.
Lam Qua Lam Qua (1801–1860), or Kwan Kiu Cheong (關喬昌), was a Chinese painter from the Canton province in Ch'ing Dynasty China, who specialized in Western-style portraits intended largely for...
Leng Mei Leng Mei, a native of Jiaozhou, Shangdong province, was a Qing Dynasty Chinese painter, active 1677-1742 (his specific years of birth and death are not known).
Li Fangying Li Fangying 李方膺 (1696–1755) was a Qing Chinese painter from Jiangsu.
Li Ruiqing Li Ruiqing (李瑞清; 1867–1920), was a Chinese artist, calligrapher and educator.
Li Shan (painter) Li Shan (Chinese: 李鳝; c.1686–1762) was a Qing dynasty painter born in Jiangsu.
Luo Mu Luo Mu (1622–1706) was a painter, poet and prose writer born in Jiangxi.
Luo Ping Luo Ping (1733 - 1799) was a Chinese painter of the Qing Dynasty who lived in Ganquan (甘泉; present-day Yangzhou, Jiangsu.
Ma Yuanyu Ma Yuanyu (Ma Yüan-yü, traditional: 馬元馭, simplified: 马元驭); ca.
Mei Qing Mei Qing ( ca. 1623–1697) was a Chinese landscape painter, calligrapher and poet active during the Qing Dynasty.
Min Zhen Min Zhen (Chinese: 閔貞; born 1730) was a Chinese painter and seal carver born in Nanchang in Jiangxi, who spent most of his life in Hubei.
Ong Schan Tchow Ong Schan Tchow (also known as Yung Chan Tchow, Ong Chan Chiew or Ang Chan Chiew in the Hokkien dialect) alias Yung Len Kwui (also known as Ong Lien Kuei) (September 19, 1900 – December 20...
Pan Yuliang Pan Yuliang(潘玉良), born Zhang Yuliang (張玉良, 1895–1977), was an award-winning Chinese painter, renowned as the first woman in the country to paint in the Western style.
Pu Hua Pú Huá; ca. 1834-1911 was a Chinese landscape painter and calligrapher during the Qing Dynasty.
Qi Baishi Qi Baishi (January 1, 1864 – September 16, 1957) was an influential Chinese painter.
Qian Du Qian Du (Ch'ien Tu, traditional: 錢杜, simplified: 钱杜); ca.
Ren Bonian Rèn Yí (任頤, 1840-1896), also known as Ren Bonian, was a painter and son of a rice merchant who supplemented his income by doing portraits.
Ren Xiong Ren Xiong (July 19, 1823 – November 23, 1857) was a Chinese painter from Xiaoshan, active during the late Qing dynasty.
Ren Xun Rèn Xūn (Jen Hsün, traditional: 任薰, simplified: 任薰); ca. 1835–1893 was a Chinese painter during the Qing Dynasty (1644–1912).
Rèn Yí Rèn Yí, also known as Ren Bonian, was a painter and son of a rice merchant who supplemented his income by doing portraits.
Shen Nanpin Shen Nanpin or Shen Nan-p'in, 沈南蘋, also known as Shen Ch'uan, was a Chinese painter whose realistic bird-and-flower paintings became influential in Japanese Edo period art.
Shen Quan Shen Quan (c. 1682–1760) was a Chinese painter during the Qing Dynasty (1644–1912).
Shitao Shi Tao; (1642–1707), born Zhu Ruoji (朱若極) was a Chinese landscape painter and poet during the early Qing Dynasty (1644–1911).