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Tao Chi

Paintings

The waterfall on the mountain Lu

The peach blossom source

Spring on the Min River

Man in a house under a rock


Drawings

Houses between pines

Tao Chi (1641/2–1720), also called Shi Tao (Shih T'ao), was a Chinese landscape painter, calligrapher, and poet during the late Ming Dynasty (1368–1644).

Chi was born into an imperial, royal family. He later became a monk to avoid political persecution where he studied and practiced writings and paintings. He subsequently left the Buddhist church to become a professional painter.[1] Chi once described his style as "the best method is no method". His works were produced with combining many different techniques. He was recognized as a top artist in his time and was very influential on other artists.[2]


References

"Tao Chi Brief Biography". Retrieved 2009-10-15.

"Tao Chi Technique discussion". Archived from the original on May 25, 2005. Retrieved 2009-10-15.

Further reading
Fu, Marilyn, & Fong, Wen (1973). The wilderness colors of Tao-chi. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art. ISBN 0870990780.

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