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Chinese Calligraphy From The End Of The XIX Century
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"Chinese Calligraphy From The End Of The XIX Century"
This work on rice paper, includes a quatrain poem of seven syllables per verse. Size 100 cm x 40 cm, recent frame (1980) Summary translation of this poem Wind and snow quickly come and go. By taking a branch of plum frost, The revival intrudes into the eyes. By placing it in a vase filled with water, the stranger finds himself facing a branch of spring This poem was originally written around 1890 by PAN Linggao, (1867-1954) PAN Linggao was a Chinese poet and calligrapher The person who wrote and signed this calligraphy is KANG Youwei, from the same period as the PAN poet Linggao Kang Youwei was Chinese philosopher, journalist, writer, political theorist (born 1858 to Canton - died 1927) He used to use these different brushes: (長 素 (chángsù), 明夷 (míngyí), 更生 (gēngshēng), 更 甡 (gēngshēng), 西樵 山人 (xīqiáo Shānrén), 游 存 叟 (yóucúnsǒu), 天 游 化 人 (tiāny)
Price : 1950 €
Period:20th Century
Style:Asian art
Condition : Très bon état

Material : Papier de riz

Reference : 615168
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