His courtesy name was Shaowen, a native of Zhao County (now Zhao County, Hebei Province). His birth and death dates are unknown. He was fond of antiquity and good at writing. He served as Jinyun Ling and Dangtu Ling, and was a bachelor of Jixian Academy. In his later years, he served as a general's young eunuch, so Han Tui called him Li Jian. When he ordered it to be painted, Li Bai went to him and gave him a poem, saying: "When the pen is written, the seal script is sprinkled, the collapse of the clouds makes people startled, and the words are brilliant again, like the five-color Luohua star."

  Since the Qin Dynasty, Li Si used the traces of Cang Jie and Shi Zhen to make new ones, and specially made small seal scripts. It lasted for more than a thousand years from the Han, Wei, Jin to the Sui and Tang Dynasties. The calligraphy scholars only used Zhencao to attack, but the seal script study was abandoned. Yang Bing was born in Kaiyuan, and he began to study Li Si's "Yishan Stele", and later read Zhongni's "Epitaph of Wu Jizha". He carefully researched the origins of the primary school, and discovered the relics of his predecessors. Just carving. Chang sighed and said: "Heaven has not lost its gentleness, so I have the purpose of seal writing." This is also true for him who takes writing as his own responsibility. All the commentators in the world fell in love with him, thinking that his character was majestic, his spirit was strong, and his legal preparation was superior to that of Qin Si. He praised it and said: "Thousands of years have passed since then. When the ice was born in the Tang Dynasty, the ice has gone again. Who will come after? There will be people in the next thousand years, who can treat them? There will be no people in the next thousand years, and the seal script will stop here!" Since Yang Bing, although there are many others When the wind blows, the scholar will not fall, but there is no one who can match it. In his early years, his calligraphy was sparse and thin. All the steles written after Dali were written in seal script in his later years, and the writing techniques became more and more sincere. Li Yangbing was famous for his seal writing in the Tang Dynasty. Commentators believed that he got the roundness of large seals but weak as bones, and the softness of small seals as gentle as tendons.

Appreciation of works: Three Tombs, City God's Temple Monument, Yanjia Temple Monument, and the Tombs of the Ming Dynasty