Li Bai（701—762），whose courtesy name was Tai Bai (Grand Whiteness, 太白) & literal name was Qinglian Jushi (Lay Buddhist of Green Lotus, 青莲居士), was a world-famous representative of Chinese ancient literature, especially in the realm of classical poem, which in China is extensively called Tang Shi, or Poem of Tang Dynasty, & he was highly crowned to be The Immortality of Poem & Poetic Swordsman.
Shi Tao (1642-1707) Landscape Inspired by Li Bai's Poem Ink on paper, hanging scroll Inscribed and signed Shi Tao Ji, with two seals of the artist 98cm × 41cm (38½in × 16in). 石濤(1642-1707) 李白詩意山水 水墨紙本 立軸 款識：粉壁為空天，丹青狀江海。遊雲不知歸，日見白鶴在。李白句，用為慎安先生。石濤濟。 鈐印：老濤、四百峰中箬笠翁圖畫
米芾(Mi Fu), (1051–1107)) was regarded as one of the four greatest calligraphers in Song Dynasty. In painting he gained renown for his style of painting misty landscapes. This style would be deemed the "Mi Fu" style and involved the use of large wet dots of ink applied with a flat brush. His poetry followed the style of Li Bai and his calligraphy that of Wang Xizhi. His uninhibited style made him disliked at the Song court.
Facing the Moon (對月圖) Ma Yuan (馬遠, c.1160-1225), Song Dynasty (960-1279) Hanging scroll, ink and light color on silk, 149.7 x 78.2 cm, National Palace Museum, Taipei This painting describes an autumn night on an overhanging cliff with the moon bright and suspended above. A scholar sits on a rock and holds a cup to the moon. A servant boy waits by his side with a goblet, the subject of this work derived from "Drinking Alone Under the Moon" by the Tang poet Li Bai (李白, 701-762).