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Rong Chen

 (1200 - 1266)
Rong Chen was active/lived in China.  Rong Chen is known for handscroll of dragon image paintings.

Rong Chen

Chen Rong (simplified Chinese: ??; traditional Chinese: ??; pinyin: Chén Róng; Wade–Giles: Ch'en Jung; ca. 1200–1266) was a painter of the Southern Song Dynasty celebrated for his depictions of dragons.

The Nine Dragons handscroll in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts, United States, bearing a date of 1244, is attributed to Chen.

The Five Dragons handscroll in the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri, is also attributed to Chen Rong.

Source: Wikipedia, Oct. 2018

Chen Rong, an impoverished painter, poet and scholar from south China's Fumian province,    ...  Displaying 750 of 1461 characters.

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About  Rong Chen

Born:  1200 - Fujian Province, South China
Died:   1266 - Fujian Province, Souths China
Known for:  handscroll of dragon image paintings