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Han Huang or Han Houang; nickname: Taichonglocked


Chinese, 8th century, male.

Active in Jiangan (Shensi).

Born 723; died 787.


Han Huang was governor of the Zhejiang province and first minister during the reign of the Tang emperor Dezong (reigned 780-785). He is known for his paintings of people and buffaloes.

Beijing (Palace Mus.): ...

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