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Deng Changyu or T’eng Ch’ang-Yu; sobriquet: Shenghualocked


Chinese, 9th – 10th century, male.

Active during the second half of the 9th century.

Born 845, in Jiangsu Province; died after 930.


In 880, Deng Changyu followed the Tang emperor Xizong to the land of Shu, where he settled. He specialised in birds and flowers and his works would serve as a model for Huang Quan (c. 900-965). His signed handscroll ...

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