Category:Ren Bonian

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Ren Bonian
Alternative names Ren Yi (任頤), Ren Bonian (任伯年)
Description

Chinese painter

Shanghai School
Location of birth Zhejiang
Work location Shanghai
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English: Rèn Yí (任頤, 1840-1896), also known as Ren Bonian, was a painter and son of a rice merchant who supplemented his income by doing portraits. He was born in Zhejiang, but after the death of his father in 1855 he lived in Shanghai. This move placed him in a more urban world that was exposed to Western thinking. In Shanghai he became a member of the Shanghai School which fused popular and traditional styles. He is also sometimes referred to as one of the "Four Rens." (→Rèn Yí)
Français : Ren Yi ou Jên I, appelé aussi Ren Bonian ou Jên Po-Nien, c'est un peintre chinois du . Né en 1840, il est originaire de Shanyin, province du Zhejiang, mort en 1896. (→Ren Yi)
日本語: 任 頤(じん い、Ren Yi1840年 - 1895年)、字は伯年末の画家。 (→任頤)
中文: 任頤(), 中國近代杰出画家。原名小属,初名潤,字小楼,一作晓楼。後号“次遠”,字“伯年”,常被称作任伯年。山陰(浙江紹興)人,故画面署款多写“山阴任颐”。 (→任伯年)

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