Hong Ren, a native of Shexian County of Anhui Province, was originally named Jiang Fang. He went to the Wuyi Mountain to be a monk after the fall of the Qing Dynasty, and traveled to many beautiful places. His landscapes executed simple but elegant strokes. He was the representative of the "Xin'an" School literati and was called as "Four Masters in Haiyang" with Zha Shibiao, Wang Zhirui and Sun Yi. He was better known for his paintings of Mount Huangshan and was an important member of the Xin'an Painting School. His painting works include The Tiandu Peak of Huangshan Mountains, The Sea, the Pines and Rocks, and Washing an Inkslab in the Stream.
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