Tao Yuanming``s poetry and Drinking philosophy was reproduced bypictures while coexisting with humanistic spirit. From the Tang Dynastyto the early Qing Dynasty, Portrait of Tao Yuanming which isalcohol-themed painting had evolved into a process which explore thehuman sprit through one human Tao Yuanming by Clarifing TaoYuanming and the meaning of his drinking. From the Tang Dynasty to the early Qing Dynasty, Shapes of TaoYuanming is largely appears in three different aspects in the Portrait ofTao Yuanming where alcohol appeared. Firstly, as a hood made ofarrowroot fiber(葛巾) it was shaped to Scholars who filter alcohol orsocked in alcohol. These works are commonly exposed body. these implythat artists show human nature adoring the one true freedom away fromthe mundane world and express freewheelingness. Secondly, it is shapewhich Tao Yuanming abstains from drinking alcohol excessively andshape of gentleman who keep Self-mastery and Manners and laws. TaoYuanming was not drunk and equipped with a majesty and dignityalthough alcohol. Child tieing alcohol jar often appeared in these pictureslet us know that Tao Yuanming loves alcohol. Simultaneously it showthat he has virtues and loyalty like confucian gentleman. Reason for thisidealization for Tao Yuanming as confucian man is why eletes in theSong Dynasty understanded Tao Yuanming as the ideal person who hashigh const ncy and loyalty. Thirdly, it is shape which Tao Yuanmingenjoy and drinks alcohol but is not drunken and become holy man whohad reached a state of mental cultivation all the more. This situation iswhy they recognized that alcohol and drinking are essence showing TaoYuanming``s sublime spirit in the end of Ming Dynasty and the earlyQing Dynasty. Wise People expended the mental region of Tao Yuanmingthroughout populization and commercialization of Tao Yuanming andalcohol-themed pictures. We can identify that commercialization of TaoYuanming``s mental proceeded with Tao Yuanming as holy man wastransformed while experiencing processes like specialization,secularization, and generalization in the end of Ming Dynasty and theearly Qing Dynasty.