Chu Yun-ming : On Tsu Yun-hui's Birthday
Chu Yun-ming (1460-1526), Hsi-che by style name, was a native of Ch'ang-chou (Soochow). Because he was born six-fingered on the right hand, his sobriquets were Chih-shan and Chih-chih-sheng ("Chih" means "six-fingered"). He demonstrated his best talent in calligraphy, was close to T'ang Yin from the same district, and is called the Four Talents in the region of Wu along with Wen Cheng-ming, T'ang Yin and Hsu Chen-ch'ing. This work was produced to celebrate the thirtieth birthday of his friend Tsu Yun-hui. The keynote of this piece is the small standard script which is intermingled with the semi-cursive script indicating the freedom of brushstrokes.
hanging scroll / ink on paper
作品寸法：121.8 cm x 44.8 cm
商品寸法：212.0 cm x 75.7 cm