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Yi Huang

 (1744 - 1802)
Yi Huang was active/lived in China.  Yi Huang is known for scroll painting.

Biography  
Yi Huang


Huang Yi (1744-1802), courtesy name Xiaosong and style name Qiuan, was a native of Hangzhou in Zhejiang Province.  He was a master in seal carving, known as a member of the 'Eight Masters of Xiling'.

Huang excelled in calligraphy and landscape painting that he cultivated, with his own style displaying a unique structure in his works.

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About  Yi Huang

Born:  1744 - Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China
Died:   1802
Known for:  scroll painting