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Ms. Lily Tai
This set of four hanging scrolls forms a screen. The calligraphy on each hanging scroll is in clerical script and was based on a different individual stele dating from the Han dynasty. Lu Hui identified the stele at the end of each scroll.
Only the last scroll was signed by Lu Hui, but each each scroll bears his seals:
I. Lu Hui zhi-yin
II. Lu Hui shi ci hua zuan li zhen
IV. Wujiang Lu Hui zhang, Lianfu
The seal on the second scroll indicates Lu Hui was confident of his achievements in all of the following art forms: poetry, prose-poem, painting, seal script, clerical script, and standard script.
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- Chinese Art
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