王时敏主张摹古，笔墨含蓄，苍润松秀，浑厚清逸，构图较少变化。其画在清代影响极大，王翚、吴历及其孙王原祁均得其亲授。王时敏开创了山水画的“娄东派”，与王鉴、王翚、王原祁并称四王，外加恽寿平、吴历合称“清六家”。Wang Shimin, painter of the late Ming and early Qing Dynasties (1592-1680), first name Zanyu, worse than others, number smoker, self-number even harmonious Taoist, late number Xilu old man, etc., Taicang people, Jiangsu Province. The grandson of Wang Xijue, a scholar of university, and the son of Wang Heng, a compiler of Hanlin.
Wang Shimin advocates imitation of ancient times, implicit brush and ink, graceful, loose and elegant, thick and elegant, and less change in composition. His paintings had a great influence in the Qing Dynasty. Wang Jian, Wu Li and Sun Wang Yuanqi were taught by him personally. Wang Shimin pioneered the Loudong School of landscape painting, which was called the Four Kings together with Wang Jian, Wang Yi and Wang Yuanqi, and the Six Schools of Qing Dynasty together with Yun Shouping and Wu Li.