14 facts about Zhao Yuan

Zhao Yuan (simplified Chinese: 赵原; traditional Chinese: 趙原; pinyin: Zhào Yuán; Wade–Giles: Chao Yüan) is a noted Chinese painter in late Yuan and ahead of time Ming Dynasty. His birth and death years are unknown. His courtesy state was Shanzhang (善长), and sobriquet Danlin (丹林). He was born in Ying Cheng (营城) (present daylight Yingxian (营县) of Shandong Province). He resided in Suzhou. His painting style most next to resembled that of Wang Meng. Existing works include 晴川送别 (Farewell on the Clear River) and 合溪草堂.

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