- Born: 1896
- Died: 1963
- Other Names: 愛新覺羅 溥儒 (Aisin-gioro Pǔrú)
- Chinese: 溥心畬 (Pǔ Xīnyú)
Pu Xinyu was a prominent 20th century Chinese painter and calligrapher, his fame indicated by the fact that around mid-century the contemporary art world in China was often summarized as "Pu in the north, Zhang in the south," with Zhang referring to Zhang Daqian.
Pu was a cousin of Pu Yi, the last emperor of the Qing Dynasty. After receiving a PhD from Berlin University in 1922, he retired to a monastery in the west of Beijing, and maintained a low profile until relocating to Taiwan in 1949, where he became a teacher of painting and calligraphy.
- Gallery labels, The Reformer's Brush: Tradition and Modernity in China, University of Hawaii Art Gallery, 2011.