Ma Yuan

(c. 1190-1224) Chinese landscape painter. He worked in the lyrical tradition of the southern Song court. His paintings show a subtle use of tone and gentler brushwork than those of his contemporary...
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Ma Yuan

influential Chinese landscape painter whose work, together with that of Xia Gui, formed the basis of the Ma-Xia school of painting. Ma occasionally ... [3 related articles]
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Ma Yuan

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Ma Yuan

Ma Yuan was a Chinese general. He was born in 14 BC at Mou-ling, now in Shensi province, China and died in 49 AD at Hunan. He helped to establish the Eastern Han dynasty after the usurpation of power by the minister Wang Mang ended the Western Han dynasty in 25 AD.
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Ma Yuan

[painter] Ma Yuan {zh|c=馬遠|p=Mǎ Yuǎn|w=Ma Yüan} (c. 1160–65 – 1225) was a Chinese painter of the Song Dynasty. His works, together with that of Xia Gui, formed the basis of the so-called Ma-Xia (馬夏) school of painting, and are considered among the finest from the period. His works has inspired both Chinese artists of the Zhe ...
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Ma Yuan

[Han dynasty] Ma Yuan ({zh|c={{linktext|馬|援}|p=Mǎ Yuán}}; Mã Viện) (14 BC – 49 AD), known by his official title Fubo Jiangjun (伏波将军; `General who Calms the Waves`), was an ancient Chinese general of the Eastern Han dynasty. He was descended from the Warring States general Zhao She. ==Life and career== Ma Yuan was a native...
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