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Wu Changshuo (1844-1927), first known as Jun, also known as Junqing, character Changshuo, No. Cangshi, Binlu, Kutie, etc., a native of Anji, Zhejiang. He has made outstanding achievements in painting, calligraphy, seal carving, and works poetry, and is regarded as a giant of the Shanghai School. The painting is made with seal, subordinate, and wild cursive brushstrokes, which is ancient and majestic, rich in gold and stone. He briefly served as the prefect of Andong (present-day Lianshui, Jiangsu) County, and was personally and conscientious. The people of Andong suffered from salty water, and he ordered a deep well to be dug in front of the county to solve the residents' drinking water difficulties, this well is called: Wugongjing.
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