Wang Yang-ming : Poem in Ancient Meter
Wang Yang-ming (1472 1528) was a native of Yu-yao, Chekiang province. His original name was Shou-jen and his style name was Po-an, and he was known to the world as Yang-ming hsien-sheng. He is famous as the founder of the Yang-ming-hsueh school of philosophy, and is said to be a descendant of Wang Hsi-chih. He was well versed in the methods of calligraphy and excelled in the semi-cursive script which was acclaimed to be incomparable for its purity and strength. This piece, produced when he was forty-three, is an inscription of a poem composed by himself. It is a consummate work with an atmosphere that transcends worldliness.
hanging scroll / ink on paper
作品寸法：92.8 cm x 35.3 cm
商品寸法：195.0 cm x 48.8 cm