(1867 - 1920)
Ruiqing Li was active/lived in China. Ruiqing Li is known for painting.
Biography Ruiqing Li
Li Ruiqing was born in 1867 and is known for his calligraphy in seal and clerical script.
From childhood, he studied epigraphy from the Han and Wei dynasty and inscriptions from Shang and Zhou bronzes.
An important calligrapher in Chinese history, Li Ruiqing was also a significant education reformer in the late Qing period. He was a pioneer who supported art education.
After the Qing dynasty fell, he was still loyal to the imperial court and began to wear Daoist robes. He named himself Qing Daoren, which means a Daoist who came from the Qing dynasty.
On his work he often signed Qing Daren. Ruiqing Li passed away in 1920.
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