Wu Yin

Wu Yin 吳隐 (1867-1922) “was born in Shao-shin, Zhejiang province. He was good at calligraphy and stele carving. The style of his work was quite plain and homely. He also showed talent in painting landscape. He was proficient in making the red ink paste. While carving seals, he took Han seals as models and also imitated the styles of some seal carvers in the Qing Dynasty. One of the founders, along with Ding Ren, Wang Ti, and Ye Ming, of the Xiling Seal Society in Hanghzou in 1904, and then went on to found a branch of the association in Shanghai.”

  • Pinyin: Wú Yin

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