Xu Wei (Chinese: 徐渭; pinyin: Xú Wèi; Wade-Giles: Hsü Wei, 1521-1593) is the most important artist in the history of free-style(Xie Yi) Chinese ink and water painting, as known as "sumi" painting Jpanese and the Western world (Click here to read more about Xu Wei on Google).
Personally, Xu Wei is my favorite artist. I have learned a lot from him. By the way, he was the first to apply peach sap glue in the water to mix with ink to paint on rice paper.
This book contains two volumes which included a complete collection of Xu Wei's major paintings and calligraphy.
Dimension 8-1/4"(21cm) x 11-1/8"(28.5cm)
Hard cover with hard jacket box.
Published by Beijing Arts and Crafts Press, 2005