Under the tutelage of Zhu Angzhi, he is good at writing poetry and ancient writing, and is good at painting, “an outstanding painter in the late Qing Dynasty” – Liu Yanchong

Liu Yanchong (1807—1847) Qing Dynasty painter and poet. His first name was Rong, and his courtesy name was Yongzhi. He was a native of Liangshan, Sichuan (now Tongliang, Chongqing) and a disciple of Zhu Ang, who lived in Wumen (now Suzhou, Jiangsu). The poor family is filial to the mother, and does not act rashly. Works poetry and prose, is good at painting, landscapes, figures, flowers, is determined to learn from the ancients, and is self-sufficient in further study. At the beginning of the landscape tour from Zhu Ang, I learned its secrets. Coming back to the ancient times, imitating various schools, there is no doubt about its essence. Splashing ink to make millet cloud mountain, also Weng Yu is considerable. Sad to die in middle age.

Existing Daoguang 20 years (1840) as “Liuyan Tu” axis, 30 The scrolls of “Qunfeng Autumn Cui Tu” made in the year are all illustrated in the second volume of “The History of Chinese Painting”; In the 23rd year of Daoguang’s work, “Imitation of Lutai Small Green Landscape”, illustrated in “Tianhui Pavilion Paintings”. He is the author of “The Remaining Manuscripts Preserved by Guishizhai”, which was published by Jiang Yan.

Liu Yanchong “Listening to Ruan Picture” 21.2cmx140cm

Liu Yanchong’s “The Godchild”

Liu Yanchong’s “Ladies on the Indus” (collected by Guangdong Provincial Museum)

Liu Yanchong “Sending Son Guanyin” Picture” (collected by Shanghai Museum)

Liu Yanchong’s Imitation of Lu Zhi’s Figures (collected by Suzhou Museum)

Liu Yanchong’s “Song Yin Ming Qin” (collected by Suzhou Museum)