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"Xingwang Zhu Youbo Image", Ming, silk, color, 108.3 cm vertical, 76 cm horizontal.
Paintings without money should be painted by Palace artists. The figure in the painting takes the positive portrait, draws the outline with the line, and then paints it flat with color. The facial features are not dizzy dyed. The clothing emphasizes the classical features, the pattern is clear, and it is separated from the folds of the clothing pattern. The whole work is smooth and bright, showing more form than characterization, so it is slightly rigid and rigid.
Zhu Youchang (1476-1519), the fourth son of Emperor Chenghua of Ming Dynasty, was born to Shao's mother, Chen imperial concubine. In the 23rd year of Chenghua Ming Dynasty (1487), he was appointed King of Xingxing. In the 14th year of Zhengde (1519), he died on June 17. He was 44 years old and gave his name to the King. In the 16th year of Zhengde (1521), Emperor Wuzong collapsed without a heir. Zhu Houyu, cousin of Wuzong and son of Youchao, succeeded Emperor Jiajing. Emperor Jiajing pursued his biological father Youchao as "Emperor Xingxian".
Zhu Youbo is dressed in the clothes of the Ming Dynasty emperors. This picture should not be his portrait before his death, but his works after Jiajing.