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Jin

Jin Wangxun Boyuan Tie 晋王珣伯远帖

By |五月 3rd, 2015|Artwork, Calligraphy, Imperial China, Jin|

Wang Xun (350-401), Jin dynasty (265-420) Undated, handscroll, ink on paper, 25.1 × 17.2 cm This set of letters by Wang Xun is the only authentic signed work from the Jin dynasty. Written in an easy and free style, it is a letter to Boyuan. Wang Xun excelled at running-cursive script. In the Southern Song