Huang Banruo (Chinese: 黄般若; Wade–Giles: Huang Pan-jo; 1901–1968}, also romanized as Huang Bore and Wong Po-Yeh, was a Chinese painter, known for his traditional style landscapes. Huang was born in Guangzhou. His uncle was the painter Huang Shaomei, who he studied under. In 1923, he founded the . From 1924 until 1940, he was active in both Guangzhou and Hong Kong. In 1926, he helped found the 's Hong Kong branch with Pan Dawei and . At the same time, he became an art teacher in a middle school. He finally settled in Hong Kong in 1968, and died later that year at the height of his artistic career.

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  • Huang Banruo (Chinese: 黄般若; Wade–Giles: Huang Pan-jo; 1901–1968}, also romanized as Huang Bore and Wong Po-Yeh, was a Chinese painter, known for his traditional style landscapes. Huang was born in Guangzhou. His uncle was the painter Huang Shaomei, who he studied under. In 1923, he founded the . From 1924 until 1940, he was active in both Guangzhou and Hong Kong. In 1926, he helped found the 's Hong Kong branch with Pan Dawei and . At the same time, he became an art teacher in a middle school. In 1956, he was a founding member of the Bingshen Art Club alongside artists like Chao Shao-an, , and Li Yanshan. He was friends with Chang Dai-chien and Huang Binhong, which helped connect Hong Kong painters with the prominent Chinese artists of the time. He finally settled in Hong Kong in 1968, and died later that year at the height of his artistic career. (en)
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  • Huang Banruo (Chinese: 黄般若; Wade–Giles: Huang Pan-jo; 1901–1968}, also romanized as Huang Bore and Wong Po-Yeh, was a Chinese painter, known for his traditional style landscapes. Huang was born in Guangzhou. His uncle was the painter Huang Shaomei, who he studied under. In 1923, he founded the . From 1924 until 1940, he was active in both Guangzhou and Hong Kong. In 1926, he helped found the 's Hong Kong branch with Pan Dawei and . At the same time, he became an art teacher in a middle school. He finally settled in Hong Kong in 1968, and died later that year at the height of his artistic career. (en)
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