A court painter during the Wanli period of the Ming Dynasty in China, the name is Yintoutuo, and he was a native of Putian in Fujian. He was good at painting statues of Buddha, also figures and landscapes. His paintings has incorporate the characteristics of the Wu style. The brushwork includes both the beauty and elegance of the Wu style, as well as the Fujian and Zhejiang styles that are free and expressive. One of the main advocates and leaders of the "Deformationist Painting Style" and the "Revival of the Classical Landscape Painting Style of the Northern Song Dynasty" in the late Ming Dynasty.