On January 17th, a complete set of 35 volumes of calligraphy from the Jin, Tang, Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties, "The Collection of the Palace Museum: The Collection of Calligraphy" was published.
"The Collection of the Palace Museum" is known as the "Forbidden City on Paper". It has published more than 100 volumes, including painting, calligraphy, sculpture, jade, and special collections of rare books.
"The Collection of the Palace Museum: The Collection of Calligraphy" (hereinafter referred to as "The Collection of Calligraphy") started from the publication of the first volume in 2012, and lasted for 10 years until the end of 2021, and finally ended with a complete set of 35 volumes from Jin, Tang, Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties. .
This is a masterpiece of the Palace Museum's inventory of cultural relics, and it is also the most complete masterpiece of calligraphy cultural relics in the Palace Museum's collection.
Released in Beijing on the 17th, "The Collection of the Palace Museum, Collection of Calligraphy, Volumes of the Qing Dynasty" is the final work of the "Calligraphy Collection" series.
"Qing Dynasty Volume" has a total of 15 volumes, and selected calligraphy works of more than 1,400 calligraphers in the Qing Dynasty. It took five years to complete.
The Qing Dynasty is an important period in the history of Chinese calligraphy, known as the "Rejuvenation of Calligraphy".
The Palace Museum's collection of Qing Dynasty calligraphy works is very large. The "Qing Dynasty Volume" selects and collects representative works of different periods, including authentic works of emperors and queens, curators Hanbao and calligraphers' left ink, with the purpose of displaying all calligraphers' works in the Palace Museum. ; Among them, there are a large number of unpublished book writers' works, which are concentrated in the whole volume.
(Reporter Ying Ni's video source is the Palace Museum Publishing House)
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