Yang Renkai, nicknamed Yi Ming, pseudonym Yi Mu, Sainame Mu Yulou, was born in Yuechi, Sichuan. Yang Renkai is a famous museologist, a master of calligraphy and painting appreciation, a master of calligraphy and painting, and an art historian. He once served as a member of the seven-person appraisal team of ancient Chinese calligraphy and painting, an honorary director of the China Museums Association, the honorary director of the Liaoning Provincial Museum, the honorary director of the Literature and History Research Center, and the Lu Xun Art Museum. Honorary professor of the academy, professor of the Chinese Academy of Renmin University, postgraduate tutor of the Central Academy of Fine Arts, honorary chairman of the Artists Association, etc.
Yang Renkai is good at calligraphy and painting and identification in the Ming Dynasty. He has devoted his life to pursuing, saving, identifying, and protecting China’s lost national treasures, especially making important contributions to the lost national treasures of the Forbidden City. The pieces of paper spell out Mi Fu’s famous works “Tiaoxi Poetry Volume in Running Script”, and the original manuscripts of “Lady with a Hairpin” and “Strange Tales from a Liaozhai”, etc. Yang Renkai was a pioneer of the cultural and muse industry in New China. He founded the science of identification, which had a profound impact on the investigation, identification, and rescue of Chinese historical and cultural heritage. He was awarded the honorary title of “People’s Connoisseur”, also known as ” National Eye”, and his well-known works include “National Treasures Ups and Downs”, “Chinese Painting and Calligraphy Appraisal Draft” and so on.