Chen Shu Ren (February 9, 1884-October 4, 1948), also known as Chen Zhe or Chen Shao, is considered one of the founders of the Lingnan School of painting. He, along with fellow Lingnan masters Gao Jianfu and Gao Qifeng were dubbed the titles “2 Gaos, 1 Chen” and “3 Lingnan Elites”. He specializes in landscape and floral design painting, with a particular focus on kapoks. His painting style utilizes a blend of both Chinese and Western styles to create a distinct elegance. In 1931, Chen’s work “Spring in Lingnan” won gold in the Belgian World Expo. In 1947, he held solo exhibitions in Guangzhou and Shanghai successively to showcase his paintings.