Dong Qichang (1555-1636), the word Xuanzai, the name Sibai, Xiangguang Gushi. Han nationality, Songjiang Huating (now Maqiao, Minhang District, Shanghai), Ming Dynasty painter and calligrapher. In the seventeenth year of Wanli, he was awarded the edition of Hanlin Academy, and the official went to Nanjing Rite Department to publish the book. After his death, Wen Min was declared "Wen Min". Dong Qichang is good at painting landscapes. He imitates Dong Yuan, Juran, Huang Gongwang and Ni Zan. His brushwork is elegant and neutral, quiet and sparse. His ink is clear and meaningful, and his style is simple and elegant. With Buddhist Zen figurative painting and advocating the theory of "the Southern and Southern Sects", it is an outstanding representative of "Huating Painting School" and has the beauty of "Yan Gu Zhao Zi". His painting and painting theory had a great influence on the painting circle in the late Ming and early Qing Dynasties. Calligraphy in and out of the Jin and Tang Dynasties, self-contained, poetry.