Deng Lin (b. 1941) is a Chinese artist who creates ink paintings and silk tapestries. Her style followed the traditional brush and ink technique, and her subject matter consisted of delicate trees and blossoms. After a trip to the United States in 1985, the artist’s technique was influenced by Abstraction. She combines the abstract with the boldness of Chinese Qin and Han dynasty art to illustrate her subjects. Her first show in the United States was at Hefner Galleries in New York City in 1988. She has served as president for the Society for the Excellence of the Fine Arts in the Orient.