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Model Calligraphy in the Song Palace Collection

Date:
20th century
Culture:
China
Medium:
Ink on paper
Classification:
Rubbing
Credit Line:
Seymour and Rogers Funds, 1977
Accession Number:
1977.375.56a–j
Not on view
Inscription: At the end of Juan 10 there are two colophons concerning this Ming edition. It was engraved on the basis of a rubbing supposedly from the original Song stones, belonging to the descendants of Zhu Ying, the Prince Suzhuang (son of the founder of the Ming dynasty).
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