8.5 x 11.5", 313 pp., fully illustrated with inscriptions, text in Chinese, cloth, d.j., Hong Kong, 2005. Item #33930
The Chunhua Ge Tie (淳化阁帖) is a set of engravings of master calligraphic pieces commissioned by the Northern Song court in AD 992; it became an influential canon of calligraphy among literati. One of the extant rubbings of Chunhua Ge Tie is found in the Maoqin Hall of the Palace Museum, Beijing; this volume (along with Volume 25) reproduces these rubbings clearly and includes both Chinese and English captions.
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