Tang Di: 20 cool facts

Tang Di (Chinese: 唐棣; pinyin: Táng Dì; Wade–Giles: T’ang Ti; (c. 1287 – 1355), style read out as Zihua (子華), pseudonym as Dunzhai, was a Chinese landscape painter during the Yuan Dynasty (1279–1368).

Tang Di was born in the Zhejiang province. Tang Di’s poetry and painting were applauded by the local aristocracy though he was yet a teen artist. He initially studied the landscape style of Chao Meng-fu. He cutting edge also turned to the styles of Wei Yen, Li Ch’eng, and Kuo Hsi. In 1338, Tang Di painted Fishermen Returning on a Frosty Bank.

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