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Joan Stanley-Baker

Chinese painter . Later known as Wu Daoxuan, he is a legendary figure said to have depicted human beings, landscapes, architecture, Buddhist deities, demons, birds and animals. Reportedly, he derived his inspiration from wine and had a mercurial, responsive brushstyle, producing breathtaking vistas of natural scenery and figures across vast areas of temple wall....



Hong Sŏn-p’yo

Korean painter. He is thought to have lived at the time of Paekche (18 bcad 668), one of the Three Kingdoms (see Korea, §I, 2), and may have gone to Japan with a group of Buddhist monks and architects from Paekche whose mission was to build temples. Paekka is believed to have completed the wall paintings at Pŏphŭng Temple, Kangwŏn Province. The architectural style of this temple was followed in contemporary Japanese temples that were named after the kingdom of Paekche. Thus, assuming that Paekka was responsible for the wall paintings, he may have had a considerable influence on contemporary painting in Japan....