[Explanation] There are few people in the world who paint ancient pine trees. Bi Hong is old and Wei Yan is young. The final stroke is long and delicate, and the whole hall is full of color and wonder. Two moss skins were cracked, and the iron was bent back and forth...

  Zhang Jizhi (1186-1266), courtesy name Wenfu and nickname Chuiliao, was a native of Hezhou (now part of Anhui) in the Southern Song Dynasty. The official arrived at Sinong Temple. Granted Zhimi Pavilion. Famous for his calligraphy skills, he was a calligrapher of the Tang Dynasty. His rigorous structure and dangerous brushwork had a great influence on the calligraphy world at that time. Many people in the north also imitated his style.

  "Shuangsong Tu Gejuan" is stamped with the seals of "Zhang" (Zhu Wen), "Zhang's" (Bai Wen), and "Jizhi" (Zhu Wen), and is signed: "Written by Zhang Jizhi when he was seventy-two years old", that is, Baoyou of the Southern Song Dynasty Five years ago (1257), it was written in his later years. Later generations all said that Zhang Jizhi was "known all over the world for his ability in writing", "his large calligraphy is elegant and powerful, and his fine calligraphy is especially handsome and strong". This volume is composed of large characters, full of spirit and vitality, strong and powerful, but sometimes dangerous and strange.

  There is a forged painting of an ancient cypress named Su Dongpo in the front of the volume, and later there are postscripts by Chen Xin and Xia Yanliang in the Ming Dynasty: "Yuyi Lu" and "Xingqu Baoji Chuan". This volume was written in his later years, with large characters. The spirit is full of energy, the energy is strong and vigorous, and the state of danger and strangeness can be seen from time to time.

  Recorded in the past dynasties: "Yuyilu", "Shiqu Baoji Initial Collection".