Zhang Hao

Zhang Hao 張灝 (Ming dynasty, c1633) “owned two studios named Xue-san-yuan and Chen-ching-quan, where lots of celebrities gathered to have fun. Chang dove into the study of carving and he also wrote some poetry on his seals and asked famous seal carvers to carve them for him. A total of more than one-thousand seals were completed. After he died, he was buried in the Xue-san-yuan with all his beloved seals and antiques.”

From the internet.
  • Pinyin: Zhāng Hào
  • Wade-Giles: Chang-hao
 

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