Gui Xia was active/lived in China. Gui Xia is known for hand scroll panorama landscape painting, ink monochrome.
Xia Gui, one of China’s greatest masters of landscape painting, was co-founder with Ma Yuan of the Ma-Xia school. The album leaf and the hand scroll with a continuous panorama were his predominant forms. His works are typically in ink monochrome, occasionally with a few touches of colour. His style is characterized by short, sharp, angular strokes suggesting rapid execution.
Xia’s birth and death dates are unknown. According to most Chinese sources, however, he served in the Imperial Academy (Yuhuayuan) under the emperor Ning Zong (reigned 1194/95–1224/25), eventually attaining the rank of daizhao, or “painter in attendance,” and being awarded the highest honour a court painter could receive, the Golden Belt. The earliest source of i ... Displaying 750 of 8777 characters.