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Tang dynasty

Tang dynasty 618–907

Wang Xizhi Calligraphy Pingan Tie (Complete Scroll) 王羲之平安帖全卷

By |五月 3rd, 2015|Calligraphy, Imperial China, Tang dynasty, Timeline|

The caoshu (cursive script) calligraphy piece Ping'an Tie (Safety Wish Script), by Wang Xizhi, a renowned calligrapher of the Eastern Jin Dynasty (317-420), was recognized as a most valuable master piece, once praised by Emperor Qianlong and had been owned by many famous collectors in history. Wang Xizhi, who lived in the Jin Dynasty around

Wang Xizhi “Sheng Jiao Xu” 王羲之圣教序

By |五月 2nd, 2015|Artwork, Calligraphy, Imperial China, Tang dynasty, Timeline|

"Da Tang Sanzang Sheng Jiao Xu" 《大唐三藏圣教序》 is an inscription written by Li Shimin (597-649, an emperor in Tang Dynasty) to memorialize Chinese famous Buddhist monk Xuanzang (玄奘596-664 Tang Dynasty). "Da Tang Sanzang Sheng Jiao Xu" was first written in calligraphy by Chu Suiliang (褚遂良596-658, a famous calligrapher active in Tang Dynasty) and engraved by

The Lantingji Xu Copy by Feng Chengsu 馮承素摹蘭亭序

By |四月 27th, 2015|Artwork, Calligraphy, Featured Post, Imperial China, Tang dynasty, Timeline|

The Lantingji Xu (simplified Chinese: 兰亭集序; traditional Chinese: 蘭亭集序; pinyin: Lántíngjí Xù; Wade–Giles:Lant'ingchi Hsü; literally: "Preface to the Poems Collected from the Orchid Pavilion") or Lanting Xu (蘭亭序) is a famous work of calligraphy by Wang Xizhi (王羲之), composed in the year 353. Written in semi-cursive script, it is among the best known and often

Tang Dynasty Li Yong “Li Sixun Epigraph” 唐李邕《李思训碑》

By |四月 18th, 2015|Artwork, Calligraphy, Featured Post, Imperial China, Tang dynasty, Timeline|

Tang Dynasty Li Yong “Li Sixun Epigraph” 唐李邕《李思训碑》 Li Yong (李邕, 678-747) was a calligrapher, scholar and official of the Tang Dynasty. He was born in Guangling (广陵), in today’s Yangzhou (扬州) of Jiangsu Province.Li Yong particularly excels in the semi-cursive script. He learned this style from the artworks of the Jin Dynasty calligraphy

The Heart Sutra Carved in Tang Dynasty 唐刻本心经

By |四月 18th, 2015|Artwork, Calligraphy, Imperial China, Tang dynasty, Timeline|

The Heart Sutra Carved in Tang Dynasty 唐刻本心经 中文:般若波罗蜜多心经 梵文:Prajnaparamita 英文:The Heart Sutra 中文翻译:玄奘 梵文翻译:不详(因为释迦牟尼佛用的语言是Magadhi,Sanskrit,即梵文,是后来的印度语言。所以佛教的梵文版本应该不是释迦牟尼佛讲经的那个版本) 英文翻译:English version from Edward Conze   中文:(此一句无中文) 梵文:Om namo Bhagavatyai Arya-Prajnaparamitayai! 英文:Homage to the Perfection of Wisdom, the Lovely, the Holy! 中文:观自在菩萨,行深般若菠萝蜜多时,照见五蕴皆空,度一切苦厄。 梵文:Arya-Avalokitesvaro bodhisattvo gambhiram prajnaparamitacaryam caramano vyavalokayati sma: panca-skandhas tams ca svabhavasunyan pasyati sma. 英文:Avalokita, The Holy

Tang Calligraphy Ling Fei Jing 唐灵飞经

By |四月 13th, 2015|Artwork, Calligraphy, Imperial China, Tang dynasty, Timeline|

Tang Calligraphy Ling Fei Jing 唐《灵飞六甲经》

Yan Zhenqing Yan Zhenqing 颜真卿自书告身

By |四月 12th, 2015|Artwork, Calligraphy, Imperial China, Tang dynasty, Timeline|

Yan Zhenqing Yan Zhenqing 颜真卿自书告身

Yan Zhenqing Calligraphy Draft of a Requiem to My Nephew

By |四月 12th, 2015|Artwork, Calligraphy, Imperial China, Tang dynasty, Timeline|

Yan Zhenqing Calligraphy - Draft of a Requiem to My Nephew 颜真卿《祭侄文稿》 Draft of a Requiem to My Nephew Handscrooll, ink on pager, 28.3*75.5cm Author Yan Zhenqing

Chinese Tang Dynasty Metal Art 唐代金银器

By |三月 26th, 2015|Artwork, Imperial China, Metal Objects, Tang dynasty|

Tang Dynasty witnessed the most sophisticated technology and unparalleled prosperity of gold and silver wares in ancient China. The unearthed relics showed that the gold and silver wares in the Tang Dynasty were not only numerous in quantity and variety but also have the exquisite designs and delicate veins. They were a marker of the

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