Ni Zan (1301-1374), painter and poet of late Yuan and early Ming Dynasty. The first name is Jun, Taiyu, Houziyuan Town, Xiaoyun Lin Zi, Jing Man, Fanxia Zi, etc. Wuxi people in Jiangsu Province. Ni Zan's family is rich, knowledgeable and ancient, and famous scholars from all directions often come to his door. From the beginning of the reign of Emperor Yuanshun, he scattered all his wealth and traveled around Taihu Lake. Ni Zan was good at painting landscapes, ink bamboo, and was influenced by Zhao Mengfu. In his early years, his painting style was clear and moist, and in his later years, he was plain and naive. Shulin Po shore, quiet and elegant, simple and far-sighted, cherish ink as gold. It is called "folding band chaff" with a side-edge dry pen. Ink bamboo has elegant posture, few pens, free spirit. Calligraphy from the membership, Jin style, but also good at poetry. With Huang Gongwang, Wang Meng and Wuzhen, they are called the Four Families of Yuan Dynasty. Existing works include "Yuzhuang Qiu Jiu Tu", "Six Gentlemen Tu", "Rong Xizhai Tu" and so on. He is the author of Qinghuang Pavilion Collection.