Gao Kegong

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Gao Kegong, Hill Growing to Green and White Clouds, National Palace Museum

Gao Kegong (simplified Chinese: 高克恭; traditional Chinese: 髙剋恭; pinyin: Gaō Kègōng; Wade–Giles: Kao K'o-kung; 1248–1310) was a Chinese painter, and sometimes poet, born during the Yuan dynasty, he was known for his landscapes.

He was a good friend and colleague of Zhao Mengfu, and his paintings showed an artistic combination between Han and other minorities during the Yuan Dynasty.

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