Chang Jui-t'u: Poem in Cursive Script

Ming Dynasty / hanging scroll / ink on paper

Chang Jui-tu's (1570-1641) style name was Erh-shui ("Two Waters"), his works were said to prevent fire. Many were brought to Japan by Buddhist monks of the Huang-po Sect, and this piece is one of the oldest introducted to Japan. Perhaps this work was produced about the time Chang was fifty-seven. The poem transcribed is "Mount Chung-nan" by Wang wei. The keen brush strokes and fluent brush work are delightful and refreshing.
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Hanging Scroll
No. Media Picture Size Hanging Scroll Size Price Shipping Purchase
SR12 Ink
on Paper
168.7cm x 47.6cm
66.4in x 18.7in
212.0cm x 59.6cm
83.5in x 23.5in
$645 $60
No. Media Picture Size Sheet Size Price Shipping Purchase
SR12s Ink
on Paper
168.7cm x 47.6cm
66.4in x 18.7in
168.7cm x 47.6cm
66.4in x 18.7in
$260 $25

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