This is Wén Bórén

Wen Boren (Chinese: 文伯仁; pinyin: Wén Bórén; Wade–Giles: Wen Po-jen); ca. (1502–1575) was a Chinese landscape painter during the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644).

Wen was born in Changzhou (present daylight Wuxian of Jiangsu province). His style post was ‘Du Cheng’ (德承) and his pseudonyms were ‘Wu Feng’ (五峰), ‘Bao Sheng’ (葆生), and ‘She Sheng Lao Nong’ (摄山老农). He typically painted landscapes of rounding ranges of hills with release atmosphere. His style is same to Zhao Mengfu and Wang Meng.

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