Shanghai Shuhua上海书画, 2011. Item #45783
In the mid-seventeenth century, the Emperor Shunzhi of the Manchu dynasty led troops to enter and replaced the Zhu Ming Dynasty. Chinese society has once again experienced a historic revolution. After entering the Qing Dynasty, Wang Shimin, who was born in the official family, did not think of being an official. She lived in the village, reveling in the creative world of "poetry, books, and paintings." The four main Nanzong orthodox schools. They followed the painterly thought of "the painter takes the ancients as the teacher" and developed a painting style with the aim of antiquity and antique. Wang Shimin was particularly enthusiastic about Yuan Huanggongwang. His painting style pushed the development of literati landscape painting to another new peak. In the early Qing Dynasty, Wang Shimin was hailed as the "leader of the painting world". After the mid-Kangxi dynasty, the Qing government's power was gradually consolidated. The Manchu dynasty regarded Confucian Cheng Zhuxue as the foundation of governing the country since the Song and Ming dynasties, and the ancient painting styles that maintained traditional culture led by Wang Shimin and Wang Jian gradually became "authentic landscapes.