Min Yuan Pavilion is the name of Li Fangfu, the national representative inheritor of Mianzhu New Year wood-block prints. In the middle Qing Dynasty (the early year of Jiaqing), Li Fangfu's ancestors began to operate local New Year pictures. Adhering to the principle of reputation first and practical humility, it was recognized by the public and won quite high reputation. After the first Opium War, Min Yuan Pavilion began to open a New Year painting workshop, engaged in painting. In 1930, Li Fangfu, the eighth generation descendant of Li Fangfu, was born. When his parents died at the age of 5, min Yuange temporarily left the painting. In 1942, when he was 12 years old, Li Fangfu took Huang Anfu as his teacher. Through his own efforts, he made great achievements. When the new China was founded, he became a famous local painter. After the 512 earthquake, Li Fangfu and his descendants resumed the name of Minyuange. In 2006, he was awarded "Outstanding Inheritor of Chinese Folk Culture" by the Chinese National Association, with only over 100 people in China. In 2018, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of China officially named it as the representative inheritor of national intangible cultural heritage.