Guo Jie's "Poems on Red Plum Blossoms Selected for Money", running script, paper. 27.2 cm long, 40.6 cm wide. Collection of the National Palace Museum, Taipei

Unsigned, it is written after Qian Xuan's painting of red plum blossoms and Zhao Mengfu's poem. Qian chose Shunju, a famous painter in the late Song Dynasty and early Yuan Dynasty. He was good at figures, flowers and birds, and landscapes. This cursive calligraphy is graceful and graceful, strong and straight, and was learned from Zhao Mengfu, but it is not as round and graceful as Zhao's calligraphy.