Four Anecdotes from the Life of Wang Xizhi / section 2. Detail: Five lines calligraphy / Yuan Dynasty; Creation date: Late 13th-early 14th_cen.
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- Work Title
- Four Anecdotes from the Life of Wang Xizhi
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- section 2. Detail: Five lines calligraphy
- calligrapher: Zhao Mengfu (Chinese, 1254-1322)
- Repository: Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, New York, USA)
- ink, paper, calligraphy
- 9.5x45.88 cm (3.74x18.06 inches)
- AAPD: Asian Art Photographic Distribution
- Wang Xizhi (Chinese calligrapher, 321-379)
- Xingshu script
- Cursive script (Caoshu)
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- 353;c26m29f32;99WSA 2b;H
- History of Art, VRC Image Bank
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History of Art Department, Visual Resource Collections. Image 841108. University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. URL: https://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/hart/x-841108/1. November 29, 2022.