HUANG JUNBI (1898-1991)

Born in Guangdong, China. He was a famous modern artist adept at landscape painting. He once studied under Li Yao-ping to learn Chinese drawing and then entered Chu-ting Art Institute to learn western painting. He graduated from Guangdong Public School in 1919. He once initiated a school to teach painting and therefore was respected as teachers with many good pupils. He is regarded as a very indispensable artist and educator in the history of the Chinese art in the 20th century. Huang Junbi enjoyed equal fame with Xu Beihong and Chang Dai-Chien and had good friendship with them. The three artists are of great influence to the orientation of the modern Chinese painting art. It greatly influenced the development of his art to Taiwan after his arrival on the island in 1949. He not only made a combination between the traditional ink and the Taiwan landscape but also explored a new space for the ink painting ground.

CHEN LIFU ( 1900-2001 )

Born in Zhejiang, China. Chen Li-Fu was a Chinese bureaucrat, politician, and anti-communist in the Republic of China In 1925, Chen formally joined the Kuomintang in San Francisco after receiving his master's degree in mining engineering at the University of Pittsburgh. On January 9, 1926, Chiang Kai-Shek hired Chen as his confidential secretary. Chen was later promoted in 1927 to head the Investigation Section of the Organization Department of the Kuomintang. In 1938, Chen was again promoted, becoming the minister of education. Chen held this position until 1944.Chen Lifu was the younger brother of Chen Guofu. As a result of the two brothers significant influence in the Kuomintang government, they formed a political faction known as the CC Clique.

DONG ZUOBIN (1895-1963)

Born in Nanyang, Henan Province,China. Dong was best known as an archaeologist. He was one of the so-called “Four Scholars of the Oracle Bones,” and worked at various archaeological sites in China over his long career. Like many scholars, in addition to his research on oracle bones he also practiced calligraphy and copied the oracle bone script. In addition to his academic success, Dong Zuo-Bin navigated the complex Chinese political landscape during periods of great change throughout his life. Oracle Bone script is an ancient Chinese writing system, with examples coming from as early as the 14th century BC. These characters were found written in animal bones or turtle shells used in divination. Although the characters appear pictorial, it is very functional and has thousands of characters. Using the oracle bone script in calligraphy may be a reference to scholarship or antiquity.

MA GONGYU (1893-1969)

Born in Wenzhou, Zhejiang, China. His real name is Van, the word public Yu, Zhejiang Yongjia Town (now Wenzhou) people. Gong-Yu was for the Family Learning, slightly longer had studied under Ryan Summary of, and Ding Qin rights, stone odd word study cardiac weeks. After studying brother Meng content Wenzhou Fuchu school. He Known as "Art Gallery rounder" reputation. Its calligraphy, seal, scribe, really, grass, all fine. Former Shanghai MuseumLibrarian, Shanghai Chinese Painting artist, Chinese language reform committee.

ZHAO HENGTI (1880-1971)

Born in Hunan. He was a general and warlord of Hunan during the Warlord Era. In 1922, he was made commander of the New Xiang Army of the Beiyang Government. A trusted subordinate of Tan Yankai, he went to war with Tan with the support of Wu Peifu and forced Tan's resignation from the governorship of Hunan on 25 November 1920. Zhao Hengti then became the military governor of Hunan from 26 November 1920 to 11 March 1926. He was also the civil governor at the same time except between November 1920 and 6 April 1921. Like Chen Jiongming, Zhao was an advocate of a federalist constitution, but Mao Zedong thought his motive was to retain his own power rather than improve the governance of his country.[1] After a conflict with Zhao Tang Shengzhi was driven south into the arms of Chiang Kaishek, who gave him command of the Eighth Army of the National Revolutionary Army. On 11 March, Tang's troops had deposed Zhao and replaced him as the military and civil governor of Hunan as part of the opening campaign of the Northern Expedition.




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