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"Urgent Chapter" Volume, Ming Dynasty, Song Keshu, Paper, Chapter Cursive, 20.3 cm in length, 342.5 cm in horizontal.
Volume Interpretation of Song Ke's "Ji Ji Zhang"
Section book "Song Ke Shu of Wu County". Have self-knowledge. No money stamp. The first five-character official script of "Zhangcao in Southern Song Dynasty" was written by Yao Shou, a famous calligrapher and painter in the early Ming Dynasty. There are six inscriptions of Zhou Ding, Sun Tinghui, Zhu Zhichi, Xiang Yuanbian in the Ming Dynasty, Song Shu and Tiebao in the Qing Dynasty. This piece of appreciation stamp is mostly made by six families.
"Urgent Chapter" is also known as "Urgent Chapter", written for the literacy textbook of the Western Han Dynasty. There are many kinds of Zhang cursive scripts in the past dynasties, which are passed down by Wu Huangxiang of the Three Kingdoms. Song Kelin learned Zhang cursive scripts from then on. This work is vigorous, simple and ancient. From the self-consciousness of "forgetting by talking", combined with the exquisite and rigorous features of the whole article, we can see that it is the proud work of Song Ke's meticulous copying. Wang Shizhen once commented on Song Ke's Urgent Chapter: "Guan Zhongwen's book is in a hurry, and his intention is pure and beautiful..." Then I occasionally read it from the royal elephant stone book. If the size of the line model and the front and back gaps are the same, the only thing is that the wave abandons the small foreign ear. When Song Ke was 44 years old, he received 10 papers and more than 1900 words, which were meticulous and corresponding. This volume not only embodied Song Ke's literary art, but also represented the highest achievement of Zhang cursive script in Ming Dynasty.
In addition to the value of calligraphy, this volume is of great significance to the mutual interpretation of the two parts of the article "Jiujiezhang" and the official script, as well as to the collation of the missing, erroneous and erroneous characters.