Born in Jiangsu, China, studied in Suchou Art Institute, Department of Western Painting, Fei's talent is appreciated by the headmaster Yen Wenliang, and was taught by Lu Sibai in person. Associated with Xu Beihong in 1940 and studied a great deal of Fung You-Lan's philosophy, Zuh Guang-Qian's aesthetics and classical poetry, and especially fond of Chuang Tsu's philosophy. Taught at Central Art Academia in 1953, and was appointed to the director of the Zhejiang Art Association, the consultant of the Oil Paintings Research Society and the member of the China Art Association. Traveled to Dunhuang, Xinjiang to sketch, and unfortunately passed away due to sickness. "The Art of Fei Yifu" was published at Taipei Cave Gallery in 1995.