Zhao Lingrang or Chao Ling-Jang or Chao Ling-jang, nickname: Danian, Eleventh and twelfth centuries. Active around 1070-1100. Chinese painter
A member of the imperial Song family, a senior civil servant and landscape painter, Zhao Lingrang is particularly known for his hazy effects on bodies of water: the Boston Museum retains a fan that was formerly attributed to him, Pavilion under the willows. In the section devoted by the Huaji to the painters of high birth, Prince Yun figures first.
The second notice presents Zhao Lingrang, prince of blood, who has a certain reputation in landscape painting. Dedicated to the fifth generation of the founder of the dynasty, Lingrang (personal name Danian) grows
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