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Collecting Classical Chinese Calligraphy


Text by Zhao Li Photographs by Li Jiang

In Beijing’s Beihai Park, at the western foot of Qionghua Isle, stands a tower known as Yuegu, which means “study of ancient Chinese culture.” Erected in 1753 during the reign of Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), the two-story semicircular building houses 25 rooms. Stored there are stone rubbing masterpieces by some of the most distinguished calligraphers of ancient China, including Wang Xizhi, Wang Xianzhi, and Wang Xun.

History 

The collection features rubbings on 495 stones, each measuring 95 centimeters long, 30 centimeters wide, and 10 centimeters thick. Deeply impressed by the work of master calligraphers, Emperor Qianlong wrote dozens of poems to express his admiration.

In 1839, during the reign of Emperor Daoguang, the Qing government launched a project to re-carve the masterpieces and decorate the rims of the carvings. 

In 1964, Beihai Park’s administration moved all of the carvings to the second floor to better protect and showcase the stones, which were separated by 14 walls each filled with carvings, totaling 275 pieces.

Protection 

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