Shi Rui

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Shi Rui (simplified Chinese: 石锐; traditional Chinese: 石銳; pinyin: Shí Ruì; Wade–Giles: Shih Jui), courtesy name also Shi Rui, was a Chinese landscape and building painter in the early Ming Dynasty. His birth and death years are unknown. He was a native of Qiantang (錢塘, modern day Hangzhou in Zhejiang Province) and was active during the Xuande era (1426–1435) up to the Jingtai era (1449–1457).[1] He served as an official at the Hall of Benevolence and Wisdom (仁智殿)[2]

Shi Rui, Xuan Yuan Inquires of the Dao, National Palace Museum, Taibei


Notes[edit]

  1. ^ 中国古代书画鑑定组: Page 29.
  2. ^ Barnhart: Page 203.

References[edit]

  • Barnhart, R. M. et al. (1997). Three thousand years of Chinese painting. New Haven, Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-07013-6
  • Zhongguo gu dai shu hua jian ding zu (中国古代书画鑑定组). 2000. Zhongguo hui hua quan ji (中国绘画全集). Zhongguo mei shu fen lei quan ji. Beijing: Wen wu chu ban she. Volume 10.