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Tang Poem,Wang Wei: Green Moments, Cursive Script Round Fan

Tang Poem,Wang Wei: Green Moments, Cursive Script Round Fan

Tang Poem,Wang Wei: Green Moments, Cursive Script Round Fan

Calligrapher: Ding Shimei

Size: 65cm*65cm

Creation year: 2008AD

Tang Poem,Wang Wei: Green Moments(王维•书事)

The drizzle is o'er, the light's not back yet here.

I'd rather keep my deep yard closed for the day.

As I sit and stare at the dark green moss, how queer—

My very garments seem to its green display!

Tang Poetry - Wang Wei

Wang Wei (traditional Chinese: 王維; simplified Chinese: 王维; pinyin: Wáng Wéi, courtesy name traditional Chinese: 摩詰; simplified Chinese: 摩诘; pinyin: Mó​jié​, also known as Wang Youcheng, 699-759[1][2][3]), was a Tang Dynasty Chinese poet, musician, painter, and statesman. He was one of the most famous men of arts and letters of his time. His paintings survive only in later copies by other artists, although nevertheless very influential in terms of Tang Dynasty painting and subsequent Chinese painting. Many of his poems are preserved, and twenty-nine were included in the highly influential 18th century anthology Three Hundred Tang Poems.


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