Farewell Chinese Poem Calligraphy Wall Scroll

Farewell Chinese Poem Calligraphy Wall Scroll
Bookmark and Share
Ancient Poetry
  • Model: APTC0007
  • Created by Artist: Shouxing Wang
Price:   $119.88
why buy from Chilturefree express shipping
More Details

This is not a Print! This ancient Tang poem in Chinese characters calligraphy art scroll hanging is handmade by our talented disabled artist.

 

This In-Stock Artwork Ships Within 24 Hours (1 workday)

 

About This Chinese Poem Calligraphy Wall Scroll Artwork

 

Typical Gallery Price: $350.00
Your price: $119.88

 

A Farewell Poem to Dong Da

by Gao Shi (704-765)
The sun in dimly white, the 1000-Li clouds yellow,
The cold wind blows the wild geese in drifting snow.
Don’t worry about any bosom friend ahead of road;
All over the native land, everyone knows you.

 

                       Traditional Chinese Characters & Pinyin                                           Simplified Chinese Characters & Pinyin

farewell chinese poem characters                          farewell chinese poem letters

 

Approximate Measurements:
Length of Silk Scroll: 72.05” (183cm)
Width of Wooden Scroll Roller: 25.98” (66cm)

 

farewell chinese poem calligraphy wall scroll hanging farewell chinese poem calligraphy wall scroll

Close up view of this Chinese poem calligraphy art written on handmade xuan paper embedded with gold flecks

Chinese Calligraphy Style
English: Grass Script
Mandarin: Caoshu

 

This phrase originates from a tang poem written by Gao Shi (pinyin: Gāo Shì; Wade–Giles: Kao Shih, ca. 704–765), was a poet of the Tang Dynasty, and two of whose poems were collected in the popular anthology Three Hundred Tang Poems.

 

Born into an impoverished family in Hunan Province, Gao eventually became a secretary in the military, enjoying a successful career.

 

farewell chinese poem calligraphy scroll hanging

Close up view of Chinese calligraphy artwork mounted to this beige silk brocade and high quality of wall scroll

 

About Tang poetry

 

Tang poetry (pinyin: Táng shī) refers to poetry written in or around the time of or in the characteristic style of China's Tang dynasty, (June 18, 618 - June 4, 907, including the 690-705 reign of Wu Zetian) and/or follows a certain style, often considered as the Golden Age of Chinese poetry. According to the Quantangshi anthology created under the Kangxi emperor of the Qing Dynasty, there were almost 50,000 Tang poems written by over 2,200 authors. During the Tang Dynasty, poetry continued to be an important part of social life at all levels of society. Scholars were required to master poetry for the civil service examinations, but the art was theoretically available to everyone. This led to a large record of poetry and poets, a partial record of which survives today. Two of the most famous poets of the period were Du Fu and Li Bai.

 

The Tang Dynasty was a time of major social and probably linguistic upheavals. Thus, the genre may be divided into several major more-or-less chronological divisions, based on developmental stages or stylistic groupings (sometimes even on personal friendships between poets). It should be remembered that poets may be somewhat arbitrarily assigned to these based on their presumed biographical dates (not always known); furthermore that the lifetimes of poets toward the beginning or end of this period may overlap with the preceding Sui Dynasty or the succeeding Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period. The chronology of Tang poetry may be divided into four parts: Early Tang, High Tang, Middle Tang, and Late Tang.

 

About Talented Disabled Artist: Shouxing Wang

 

chinese-disabled-calligraphy-artistHow many years does it require to be a great master of Chinese brush calligraphy? 20 to 30 years. Shouxing Wang is from a village in Shandong China and actively lives with paralysis from waist down for nearly thirty years. To fight fate, he developed an interest in Chinese calligraphy art, which is believed to have a very similar effect to Chinese Taichi, cultivating the mind and morality. Now after nearly thirty years of practice, Mr. Wang has won various art competitions and can skillfully master all scripts of Chinese character calligraphy, namely, zhuanshu(seal script), lishu(clerical script), kaishu(regular script), xingshu(running script/semi cursive script) and caoshu(cursive script/grass script).

 

In addition to Chinese calligraphy art, Master. Wang is also a big fan of various kinds of musical instrument, such as erhu and flute. Master. Wang said, “Life is not fair but you make it fair with your effort and attitude.”

 

"Initially, practicing calligraphy lifted me out of the pain of losing legs, brought me consolation and gave me courage to face various difficulties in life, and I found new hopes. Now I believe in my future and I shall work harder and promote the calligraphy art form." he said. When he was interviewed by journalists with famous media and asked what it was like to practice calligraphy these years. View More Story

 

Current Reviews: 0

There are currently no product reviews.
NOTE: Reviews may require prior approval before they will be displayed

our site is safe Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional