Seven-character Regulated Verse
- Image Number: K2B000249N000000001PAA
- Dynasty: Song dynasty
- Category: Calligraphic works
- Author: 趙構
- Form: 冊(蝴蝶裝)
Song Gaozong (1107-1187 A.D.), a native of Zhuozhun, was named Gou and named Deji. Emperor Huiqin was captured by the Jin people and became Jiankang in the Southern Song Dynasty. Gaozong is rich in education, superb in talent, and good at calligraphy. He has written “Hanmo Zhi”. This book, Du Fu’s seven character metrical poems, is selected from the first picture of the book “Baohan in Song and Yuan Dynasties”. In the early years of Gaozong’s calligraphy of Huangshan Valley, he later learned from the two Wangs. It is a piece of calligraphy with uniform typefaces, vivid structure and clear rules. It is Gaozong’s true color calligraphy. There is Zhao Wuxing’s supplement on the back of the original book, which was cut by later generations. Calligraphers in the Song Dynasty, who advocated interest, often wrote carelessly and freely, changed the style of Yan’s calligraphy in the Jin and Tang dynasties. In view of this, people of insight changed their ways one after another and returned to tradition. Gao Zong was also one of the heroes.
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