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Bian Shoumin

Name  Bian Shoumin
Died  1752
Role  Painter
Bian Shoumin

Bian Shoumin (Chinese: 边寿民; 1684–1752; original name Bian Weiqi [Chinese: 边维祺]), courtesy name as Yi-gong (颐公) or Jian-seng (漸僧), sobriquet as Weijian Laoren (苇间老人, or "Old man among Reeds"), is a famed Chinese painter in Qing Dynasty. A native Shanyang (now Huai'an), he was one of the "Eight Eccentrics of Yangzhou" and famous for painting wild geese, which gains a name Bianyan (边雁, or "Bian geese").

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Bian Shoumin Wikipedia


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