Three Passages: Ping’an, Heru, and Fengju

Three Passages: Ping’an, Heru, and Fengju

  • Image Number: K2B000050N000000000PAD
  • Dynasty: Wei, Jin, Southern & Northern Dynasties (Six Dynasties)
  • Category: Calligraphic works
  • Author: Wang Xizhi;王羲之
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  • Exhibition dimension: 24.7×46.8
  • Description:
    Wang Xizhi (307-365 AD) was originally from Linyi, Shandong Province. Wang Kuangzi had few words. When he was young, he studied the calligraphy of his predecessors hard. He washed inkstone in the pond and used all the ink in the pond. He could increase or decrease the ancient methods and cut them into one. He is good at many calligraphies, especially running script, which is extremely mysterious. Later generations regard him as a calligrapher. This volume is a good copy of three scripts of “Ping An”, “He Ru” and “Feng Orange” in the Tang Dynasty. It is a masterpiece of the first class. You can get a glimpse of Wang’s style of writing.

晉王羲之平安何如奉橘三帖 卷

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