(c.1140 - 1225)
Ma Yuan was active/lived in China. Ma Yuan is known for landscape scroll landscape and flower paintings, night scenes.
Biography Ma Yuan
"Ma Yuan, Chinese Painter," By Michael Sullivan, Encyclopaedia, Britannica, March 2017
Ma Yuan, Wade-Giles romanization Ma Yüan (born c. 1160/65, Qiantang [now Hangzhou], Zhejiang province—died 1225), influential Chinese landscape painter whose work, together with that of Xia Gui, formed the basis of the Ma-Xia school of painting. Ma occasionally painted flowers, but his genius lay in landscape painting, his lyrical and romantic interpretation becoming the model for later painters. He was a master of “one-corner” painting, in which visual interest is focused in a corner of the work. His style was often copied, and it is sometimes difficult to separate genuine works from those of his followers.
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