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Hualin or Hua-Lin; nickname: Yinglocked


Chinese, 17th century, male.

Born 1597, in Sanshan (Fujian); died 1667.


A Buddhist monk, Hualin left for Japan in 1660, where he became a priest. Many of his landscapes and flower and bamboo paintings are thus to be found in Japan.

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