Zhao Mengfu's "Hangzhou God of Fortune"

  Originally written by Deng Wen, in regular script by Zhao Mengfu. Paper, black silk square. The full name is "Hangzhou God of Fortune Guan Ji", which was written by Zhao Mengfu when he was sixty-seven years old in the seventh year of Yanyou in the Yuan Dynasty (AD 1320). The structure of his calligraphy is broad, deep and stable, and the writing is smooth and round, thick and powerful. It is similar to the "Dangba Stele" and "Qiu E's Epitaph". It is older than those written on other stele boards. It is one of Zhao Shu's representative works. . The monument is on the left side of the Broken Bridge at West Lake in Hangzhou.