Considering the image of Yan zhenqing in Southen Song from Zhong Yi Tang Tie
There are 44 pieces of Yen Zhenqing’s（709-785）rubbing works in Zhong Yi Tang Tie which is currently preserved in Zhejiang Provincial Museum. The works include 15 regular scripts and 29 semi-cursive scripts. Zhong Yi Tang Tie presents both aesthetic and academic value of Yen’s works. From the prospective of calligraphy development history, it is worth notice that Zhong Yi Tang Tie , a personal piece created in Tang dynasty, was discovered and collected at Southern Song dynasty. Since Sonthern Song, Zhong Yi Tang Tie has its unique position in the history of calligraphy, and it has been an important source for us to understand the style of Yen Zenqing.
This study begins with the research of Zhong Yi Tang Tie of Yan Zhenqing. by examining the lifetime of Liu Yuangang（1179-?）and his family between the Neo-confucianist ethical spirit of Sonuthen Song dynasty and their social life. Then discuss the establishment of Yan Zhenqing’s temple, and the arrangment of Zhong Yi Tang Tie,in specific, in order to show the position and the image of Yen Zhejiang in Sonthern Song dynasty.
There are numerous studies about Yan Zhenqing in the past, but the research of Zhong Yi Tang Tie are most focus on real/ fake issue. However, it is also important to understand the background of Zhong Yi Tang Tie‘s collector and the printer, Liu, as well as his family and the meaning of Zhong Yi Tang Tie in Sonuthen Song dynasty. The research dispute the influence of Yan Zhenqing’s calligraphy in Southern Song dynasty and evaluate the significance of Zhong Yi Tang Tie.
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