Yongzheng period, dated 1728 All framed by two wooden covers at the front and back. 26.1cm long. (5).
Wanshantang is the hall name of Chen Jiyu (1558-1639), a collector of calligraphy, particularly of the Song calligrapher Sushi (1037-1101). In the 44th year of the Wanli period (1616), he commissioned carving of examples of this calligraphy on stone steles. In the 5th album, it is stated that these albums were recorded by a certain Yao Sibing in 1728. Other albums from the same set were sold at China Guardian, 12 November 2011, lot 351.
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