The collection of calligraphy and paintings Anhui Museum has a wide range of ages from the Han and Jin Dynasties to modern times, especially the collection of the Ming and Qing Dynasties. In terms of paintings, the collection includes the celebrities of different sects and words from the court and the folk. Most of the paintings are the works of Xin'an painting sect in the ancient Huizhou area. In the Ming and Qing Dynasties, there were many Ming imperial clansmen and officials in Huizhou area. They refused to be ruled by the Qing Dyansty, so they lived in the forests and expressed their extraordinary talent by painting, and finally became the unique Xin'an painting style in Chinese painting history. Xin'an painting style enriched the content and depth of Chinese painting through the peaceful and wild artistic conception, the painting technique with dry ink, distinctive (生辣苍冷的) style, and poems full of Zen. In terms of calligraphy, the collection contains the Han clerical script and bamboo scripts, scriptures and various works of calligraphist from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. There are also the famous Wan sect calligraphist Deng Shiru who has great influence in the field of calligraphy, as well as other important works of famous calligraphist.