Wang Fei (1632-1717), the word Shigu, the number of farming smoke scattered people, Wumushan people, Qinghui master and so on. Shiwang Jian and Wang Shimin imitated the famous places of Song and Yuan Dynasty, absorbed the techniques of famous scholars, and treated them as one stove. He was a famous painter in the Qing Dynasty, and was called a painting saint in the early Qing Dynasty. He was one of the "Four Kings" in the early Qing Dynasty who had comprehensive skills and outstanding achievements. He was appointed by Emperor Kangxi of the Qing Dynasty to draw the Southern Tour Map. Painted, the plaque "landscape clear" was given by Prince Xu's relative book, which is of great fame and benefit. Landscape paintings in old age seek vastness in conciseness; occasional flowers are delicate and meaningful. It has the reputation of "painting saint". With the contemporary painters Taicang Wang Shimin, Wang Jian and Wang Yuanqi, they are called "Four Kings". They are called "Six Schools of the Qing Dynasty" in combination with Wu Li and Yun Shouping. His style of painting influenced the future generations.
Wang Shigu went to Beijing and presided over the drawing of the 200-meter-long roll of Kangxi's Six Lowers to the South of the Yangtze River. Seven years later, he returned to his hometown, Yushan, Changshu. Yushan tobacco farming hall, "house facing running water, door to green hill, flowers and birds follow, smoke and cloud support," Wang Shigu painting hall, white hair, day after day. Facing the painting of Song and Yuan Dynasty, Wang Shigukong had a deep love for Yunlin (Ni Yunlin) in his life. He said that there was no vulgarity in the minds of the Yuan people. He talked with Yun Shouping about writing for dozens of days and nights. He was drunk, singing and unloading his clothes. He wrote Landscape Map and Yun Shouping's postscripts and postscripts. Plum blossoms blossom and Buhui plays three strings. He cooperates with Yang Jin in Seeing Plum Tu. Sometimes he goes to see monks in the mountain monastery. As a master of imitation and innovation, Zhou Lianggong said that he was "the first person in a hundred years" ("Reading Pictures"), Wu Weiye said that "painting has the Southern and Southern Sects, to Shigu and Yan". (The Chronicle of Meicun Poetry Notes) He painted "Curtain Roll, West Window Wave Connecting the Sky". His brush and ink were ancient and light, and his breath was refreshing. A flat boat drifted at the end of a distant mountain, but there was no wind and waves in the picture. Old Changshu Yushan, green mountains and rivers, is his last romance.