Paintings by Ren Bonian. by Po-nien Jen

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Published by Wai wen chʻu pan she in Pei-ching .

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  • Jen, Po-nien, -- 1840-1896.

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Other titlesJen Po-nien hua chi
ContributionsWai wen chʻu pan she.
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LC ClassificationsND1049.J4 A4 1979
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Pagination[12] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages12
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Open LibraryOL17394206M

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From Zhao Zhiqian, the foremost master of the Jinshi school of painting, Wu learned to apply the style of epigraphy (antique inscriptions in metal and stone) to painting. Combining bright colours and sharp contrasts with bold. Buy Ren Bonian Paintings (Set the upper and lower volumes) (Hardcover)(Chinese Edition), Oxfam.

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From Zhao Zhiqian, the foremost master of the Jinshi school of painting, Wu learned to apply the style of epigraphy (antique inscriptions in metal and stone) to painting. - Ren Yi (任頤, ), better known by his courtesy name as Ren Bonian (任伯年), Qing Dynasty ( – ) - 清-任伯年-猫蝶图 | Chinese Art Gallery | China Online Museum.

Extract [Jen I; zi Bonian; hao Xiaolou] (b Xiaoshan County, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, ; d ).Chinese painter. He was the most famous of a group of artists known as the Four Rens, who dominated lateth-century painting in Shanghai (see Shanghai school), the others being Ren Yi’s teacher, Ren Xiong, Ren Xiong’s brother, Ren Xun (–93), and his son, Ren Yu (–).

Ren Bonian ranked with Ren Xiong, Ren Xun and Ren Yu as the "Four Rens." He was noted for his bold brushstrokes and use of color. In his earlier career the Song Dynasty painters influenced him, but later on he favored a freer style influenced by the works of Zhu Da. English: Rèn Yí (任頤, ), also known as Ren Bonian, was a painter and son of a rice merchant who supplemented his income by doing was born in Zhejiang, but after the death of his father in he lived in move placed him in a more urban world that was exposed to Western thinking.

In Shanghai he became a member of the Shanghai School which fused popular. Ren Bonian was one of them. His works incorporate traditional literati paintings with folk arts, which reflect typical characteristics of Shanghai art style.

This painting is the portrait of Ren Bonian’s grandfather Zhao Dechang Ren and Zhao’s wife. Ren created this painting at the age of 45, when portrait style painting was on its most.Chen Chun’s achievements in painting were outstanding, developing great innovations in the sketching-ideas style of bird-and-flower painting in the Ming dynasty.

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