Yu Zhiding

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Yu Zhiding (Yü Chih-ting, traditional: 禹之鼎, simplified: 禹之鼎); ca. (1647–1709) was a Chinese painter during the Qing Dynasty (1644–1912).

Yu was a native of Jiangdu (present-day Yangzhou) in Jiangsu province.[1] His style name was 'Shangji' (上吉) and his sobriquet was 'Shenzai' (慎齋). He served in the Imperial Painting Academy (廷畫院) during the reign of the Kangxi Emperor.[2] Yu was taught by Lan Ying, and painted landscapes, human figures, and bird-and-flower paintings.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Yu Zhiding Brief Biography". Retrieved 2008-07-17. 
  2. ^ "Yu Zhiding Paintings - National Palace Museum". Retrieved 2012-07-20.