Dai Xi (Chinese: 戴熙; pinyin: Dài Xī; Wade–Giles: Tai Hsi) (1801 – 1860) was a Chinese painter of the 19th century and representative of the academic manner. His sobriquet was Chunshi (醇士) or “Pure-Minded Scholar” and his pen name was Yu'an (榆庵) or “Elm Retreat”, among others.

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  • Dai Xi (Chinese: 戴熙; pinyin: Dài Xī; Wade–Giles: Tai Hsi) (1801 – 1860) was a Chinese painter of the 19th century and representative of the academic manner. His sobriquet was Chunshi (醇士) or “Pure-Minded Scholar” and his pen name was Yu'an (榆庵) or “Elm Retreat”, among others. (en)
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  • Dai Xi (Chinese: 戴熙; pinyin: Dài Xī; Wade–Giles: Tai Hsi) (1801 – 1860) was a Chinese painter of the 19th century and representative of the academic manner. His sobriquet was Chunshi (醇士) or “Pure-Minded Scholar” and his pen name was Yu'an (榆庵) or “Elm Retreat”, among others. (en)
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