China News Service, Haikou, February 27th: Title: The ink traces say that they are not old for thousands of years, and they are romantic and look at Dongpo

  China News Service reporter Zhang Qianyi

  Recently, the Hainan Provincial Museum's "Eternally Romantic Dongpo - Su Shi Themed Cultural Relics Exhibition" attracted many "Po fans".

Among the 332 pieces/sets of fine cultural relics on display this time, 32 pieces/sets are from the Palace Museum, covering calligraphy, painting, inscriptions, utensils and other categories.

  If one were to select a list of the most popular literati in Chinese history, Su Dongpo would definitely be on the list.

"The charm of Dongpo lies in his enterprising spirit of joining the world and his broad-mindedness of transcending the world." Li Gongyu, vice president of the China Su Shi Research Society, told reporters that Su Dongpo once served as the governor of eight states, and many of the cultural relics on display this time are behind the scenes. Demonstrate their governance skills.

Recently, "Eternally Romantic Dongpo - Su Shi Themed Cultural Relics Exhibition" was held at the Hainan Provincial Museum.

The picture shows Su Shi's authentic work "New Year's Exhibition Celebration Post" on display.

Photo by China News Service reporter Luo Yunfei

  Su Shi, who served in Hangzhou twice, repaired six wells, dredged the West Lake, built the eternal Su Embankment, and set up Anlefang to treat people suffering from the plague.

The "Poem of Su Shi's Visit to Tiger Leaping Spring" on display this time is a running script of Su Shi's poem "Tiger Leaping Spring" written by Ji Xiaolan, a writer in the Qing Dynasty, when he was the general magistrate of Hangzhou.

  During his tenure in Mizhou, Su Shi hunted locusts for disaster relief, fought droughts and prayed for rain, hunted down bandits, and renovated Chaoran Tower.

From the rubbings of "Reminiscence of the Past on the Transcendent Terrace" on display, viewers can appreciate Dongpo's transcendental feelings of "everything has something to see" and "poetry and wine make the most of one's youth".

  Even though he was over sixty years old and was demoted to Qiongzhou, where he had "no meat to eat and no medicine for his illnesses", Su Shi still cared about the people.

The rubbings of "Floating Su Spring" in regular script in this exhibition are proof of Dongpo's "finger-cutting of two springs".

Li Gongyu introduced that when Dongpo first arrived in Qiongzhou, he found that the local people had no clean spring water to drink, so he searched for water sources and finally found two springs outside the city (today's Wugong Temple in Haikou City), so he instructed the people to dig them.

One of the springs was named "Floating Su Spring" because corn-shaped bubbles often appeared on the water surface, and was praised by later generations as "the first spring in Hainan".

Recently, "Eternally Romantic Dongpo - Su Shi Themed Cultural Relics Exhibition" was held at the Hainan Provincial Museum.

The picture shows Su Shi's authentic work "People Come to Get Calligraphy" on display.

Photo by China News Service reporter Luo Yunfei

  In Li Gongyu's view, Dongpo's culture has been frequently out of the circle in recent years. Dongpo has "traveled" for thousands of years and become more and more popular among young people. What's more, he is a person who is sincere, affectionate and humane.

  The important cultural relics in this exhibition are Su Shi's authentic works "New Year's Exhibition Celebration Post" and "Ren Lai De Shu Post", which are the letters written by Su Shi to his friend Chen Zhen.

On the second day of the first lunar month in 1081, it had been nearly a year since Su Shi had been demoted to Huangzhou. In his "New Year's Exhibition Celebration Post", in addition to "praising the infinite", he also discussed with Chen Zhen, who also loved exquisite tea sets, about buying one. Tea mortar, tea vertebrae.

"Ren Lai De Shu Tie" mourns the death of Chen Zhen's elder brother. "I wanted to go to him to comfort him, but I was afraid that in the midst of my grief, I would stir up chaos and not advance or retreat."

The joys, sorrows, joys, life situations, and true feelings revealed behind the pen and ink.

  The rubbings of "The Drunkard's Pavilion" collected by the Hubei Provincial Museum are on display this time. They are one of Su Shi's masterpieces in regular script in his middle age. The inscription was originally located in Langya Mountain in Chuzhou, Anhui.

In 1057, 20-year-old Su Shi went to Beijing to take the exam, and the examiner was Ouyang Xiu.

Ouyang Xiu admired Su Shi very much and praised him for "his writings will be unparalleled in the world". Later, he wrote in "Books with Mei Shengyu" that "I should avoid the road and let him go."

In the Song Dynasty, which was famous for its running script, Su Shi chose regular script to write Ouyang Xiu's long essay, which shows his respect and respect for his mentor.

Recently, "Eternally Romantic Dongpo - Su Shi Themed Cultural Relics Exhibition" was displayed at the Hainan Provincial Museum.

The Su Shi "Xue Tang" style Duanshi copy hand inkstone on display attracted visitors.

Photo by China News Service reporter Luo Yunfei

  There is also a group of "Dongpo's Jackets and Clogs" from different eras, including a scroll painted by Sun Kehong of the Ming Dynasty, a modern scroll imitated by Zhang Daqian of Tang Dynasty, etc. It depicts Dongpo's drunkenness and rain during his exile in Danzhou, and he borrowed the Li family's bamboo hat and wooden clogs to move forward. Interesting facts.

"It is precisely because this image vividly shows Dongpo's integration into the world and his open-minded feelings in the face of wind and rain that it has become a classic painting theme in the past thousand years." Li Gongyu said.

  Dongpo cared about clothing, so he had Zhan scarves, Dongpo hats, and coconut crowns; he loved food, and invented Dongpo meat and Dongpo soup; he could also make ink, understand architecture, be good at treating diseases, and be able to farm... Su Shi Exhibits such as "Su Chen Nei Han's Good Prescription" written by Shen Kuo and Qing Dynasty calligrapher Zhang Zhao's "Lin Dong Qichang's Book Su Shi Zhenyi Wine Song" and other exhibits reflect Su Shi's "interesting soul" of living a broken life into poetry from different aspects. .

  The rubbings of the "Oyster Presentation Calligraphy" in the exhibition are quite interesting.

This post is a letter Su Shi wrote to his youngest son Su Guo in Danzhou in 1099. He talked about the abundance of oysters in Hainan, which can be cooked and grilled, and is very delicious. He also told his son not to leak this news, in case the northern literati heard about it. In order to share the delicious food, he asked to be relegated to Hainan.

The witty and humorous words are exactly Su Shi's life attitude of enjoying hardships.

Recently, "Eternally Romantic Dongpo - Su Shi Themed Cultural Relics Exhibition" was exhibited at the Hainan Provincial Museum.

The picture shows people visiting the exhibition.

Photo by China News Service reporter Luo Yunfei

  "Everyone has a Su Dongpo in their heart." Wang Huishan, deputy director of the Hainan Provincial Museum, told reporters that the Su Shi-themed cultural relics exhibition has continued to gain popularity since its launch. "Perhaps here, people can find resonance with Dongpo across time and space."

  Wang Huishan told reporters that this exhibition is also the first time that the authentic works of the "Four Song Masters" Su Shi, Huang Tingjian, Mi Fu, and Cai Xiang have been exhibited outside the Forbidden City. They will then enter a three-year "dormant period" in accordance with the regulations of the Palace Museum.

"The preparation for the Su Shi-themed cultural relics exhibition took a long time, and a large part of the reason was that we were waiting for the cultural relics to 'wake up' from their 'dormant period.'" Wang Huishan said that after this exhibition, if the public still wants to see the authentic works of the "Four Families of the Song Dynasty" , can only wait for at least three more years.