- Chinese/Japanese: 梁楷 (Liáng Kǎi / Ryoukai)
Liang Kai was a member of the Southern Song Dynasty Imperial Painting Academy, holding the rank of daizhao (attendant-in-waiting).
Active in the 13th century, he is known especially for a portrait of Li Bai today in the collection of the Tokyo National Museum. A document asserting the authorship and authenticity of this painting was drafted by Kanô Tsunenobu in 1707, who also inscribed the title and artist's name on a box the scroll is still associated with today.
- Gallery labels, "Chinese Paintings from Japanese Collections," LACMA, May 10 2014.