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1. Five-character Couplet in Seal Script
(Matching tags: Republican Period,National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
Ch'i Pai-shih originally went by the name Ch’un-chih, but later changed it to Huang. He also had the style name P’ing-sheng and the sobriquet Pai-shih. ......
2. "Wu-i ko" Poems
(Matching tags: Ming dynasty,National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
Wang Ch'ung (styles name Lü-jen and Lü-chi; sobriquet Ya-i shan-jen), a native of Soochow, was the son the merchant Wang Chen, who also collected antiquities as well as painting and calligraphy. ...... ...
3. Poetry on the Pao-t'u Spring
(Matching tags: Yuan dynasty,National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
Chao Meng-fu, style name Tzu-ang and sobriquet Sung-hsueh tao-jen, was a relative of the Sung imperial family and a native of Hu-chou (modern Wu-hsing, Chekiang). ......
4. Calligraphing Poetry
(Matching tags: National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
Wang To (style name Chüeh-ssu and sobriquets Sung-ch’iao, Shih-ch’iao and Ch’ih-hsien tao-jen), a native of Meng-chin in Honan, received his Presented Scholar civil service degree in ...
5. Record on the Pavilion of the Old Drunk
(Matching tags: Ming dynasty,National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
Wen Cheng-ming (original name Pi and sobriquets T’ing-yün-sheng and Heng-shan chü-shih) was a native of Ch’ang-chou (Soochow) in Kiangsu. ......
6. Regulated Verse in Seven Characters
(Matching tags: Yuan dynasty,National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
Chang Yü (style name Po-yü and sobriquets Chü-ch’ü wai-shih and Chen-chü), a native of Ch'ien-t'ang (modern Hangchow), was a well-known Taoist of the Yüan dynasty  ......
7. Copy from the Ch'un-hua Modelbooks
(Matching tags: National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
Liu Yung (style name Ch'ung-ju and sobriquet Shih-an), was a native of Chu-ch'eng in Shantung. His father served the Ch'ien-lung Emperor (r. 1736-1795) as grand secretary. ......
8. Poetry on the Wan-chieh Hall
(Matching tags: Yuan dynasty,National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
Yang Wei-chen, a native of Kuei-chi, went by a variety of names, including the style name Lien-fu and sobriquet Tung-wei-tzu. Later, because he liked to play an iron flute, he also took the sobriquet Taoist ...
9. Letter to Officer-Gentleman Tu
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
Ts'ai Hsiang, a native of Hsien-yu in Hsing-hua (modern Hsien-yu, Fukien), went by the style name Chün-mo. A Presented Scholar of 1030, he served in government and was renowned for his straightforward ...
10. The Cold Food Observance
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
Su Shih, a native of Szechwan, is probably best known by his sobriquet, Tung-p'o. A bold personality and direct scholar-official, he was accused of literary slander and banished from the capital. ...... ...
11. Poem
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
The common name for Emperor Hui-tsung was Chao Chi. Reigning as the eighth emperor of the Sung dynasty from 1101 to 1125, Hui-tsung was known for his extravagant lifestyle, ......
12. Autobiography
(Matching tags: National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
Huai-su was a monk who originally went by the name Ch'ien Ts'ang-chen. Born in Ling-ling County, Hunan, he later moved to Ch'ang-sha. Even as a youth, he was interested in Buddhism, eventually taking the ...
13. Three Passages: P'ing-an, Ho-ju, and Feng-chü
(Matching tags: Chin Dynasty,National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
Wang Hsi-chih, style name I-sao, was a native of Lin-i (Shantung province) and a member of the nobility who later moved south to Kuei-chi in Chekiang. During his career, he held various official positions. ...
14. Poem in Seven-character Verse
(Matching tags: Sung dynasty,National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
Huang T'ing-chien (style name Lu-chih; sobriquet Fu-weng) was a native of Fen-ning, Kiangsi. At the age of 23, he received his Presented Scholar (chin-shih) civil service degree.  ......
15. Draft of a Requiem to My Nephew
(Matching tags: National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
Yen Chen-ch'ing's ancestors came from the Shantung area. During the revolt of Li Hsi-lieh, Yen Chen-ch'ing was instructed to bring an imperial communique to the rebels.......
16. Timely Clearing After Snowfall
(Matching tags: Chin Dynasty,National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
Wang Hsi-chih, style name I-sao, was a native of Lin-i in Lang-ya (Shantung province) and a member of the nobility. At the end of the Western Chin (265-316), ......
17. Apricot Trees Sprinkled with Dew
(Matching tags: painting,calligraphy,poetry,Qing dynasty,Fu Ssu-Nien Library)
Qing painting book. A 107-page collection of paintings and calligraphy poems by southern Chinese scholar-officials from period of the Qing dynasty  ......  ...
18. A Thousand, Thousand Churning Waves- The Legendary Red Cliff Heritage
(Matching tags: literature,Battle of Red Cliff,poetry,painting,calligraphy,art)
The Battle of Red Cliff, one of the most famous campaigns in Chinese history, is a prime example of how ingenious tactics can result in a brilliant victory out of an outnumbered situation. From the initial ...
19. Treasured Painting and Calligraphy
(Matching tags: painting,National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
"Treasured Painting and Calligraphy" takes the most important of the 70 "restricted" masterpieces of painting and calligraphy in the National Palace Museum collection as its ...
20. Grand View – Painting and Calligraphy of the Northern Sung (960-1127)
(Matching tags: Northern Sung,painting,National Palace Museum,calligraphy)
The main aspects of Chinese painting, such as the techniques of rendering, specialization of painters, ideas of painting, types of painting subjects, the establishment of individual styles and regional ...
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