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Author :

Anonyme chinois

Title :

《滋蕙堂墨寳》(Zihuitang mobao. Le Trésor d'encres du Zuihui tang. The Treasure of Zuihui Tang Inks.

Size :

Complete set of 8 albums leporello covered in wooden boards (12 x 26 cm) gathering 45 rubbings of stones engraved with famous Jin to Ming calligraphies, chosen and edited by Ceng Huide 曽 恒 徳 in year 33 of the Qianlong era (1768). Well reputed edition for the fidelity and the precision of its rubbings.

Comments :

Two pieces deserve special attention: the “Preface to the Orchid Pavilion” 蘭亭 序 from Wang 王羲之 (321-379) from a high-quality copy of the Tang era (Vol.1) and the “Sutra of spiritual flight” 霊 飛 経 by Zhong Shaojing 鍾 紹 京 (vol. 3), a highly appreciated calligraphy model, recognized as the closest to the original of Tang.

Among the other represented, calligraphers let us choose: Ouyang Xun 欧陽詢 (557-641), Yu Shinan 虞世南 (558-635), Chu Suiliang 褚遂良 (596-658), vol. 2; Yan Zhenqing 顔真卿 (701-784), Liu Gonquan 柳公権 (778-865), vol. 4; Cai Xiang 蔡襄 (1011-1067), Su Shi蘇軾 (1036-1101), vol. 5; Mifu 米芾 (1051-1107), vol. 6; Zhao Mengfu趙孟頫 (1254-1322), Vol. 7, 8; Dong Qichang董其昌(1555-1636), vol. 8.

At the end of the 7th volume, seal of 淳古齋Chunguzhai a calligraphy and paintings merchant.

Finally let’s note that the handwritten labels (probably later) have a very special numbering reserved for books in eight volumes, which uses the list of “Eight sounds” (八音) which designates the different sounds of various musical instruments.

Good condition, but waterstained.

Geographical area :

Asie orientale et méridionale

Language :

Chinois

Catalogue :

Selection

Keywords :

Calligraphie

 





 







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