Wang Xianzhi's Jade Edition "Thirteen Lines of Luoshen Fu" Rough Stone-Rubbing Comparison

Luoshen Thirteen Lines Introduction 

"Thirteen Lines of Luoshen Fu" (referred to as "Thirteen Lines") is a masterpiece of lower script handed down by Wang Xianzhi. "Luo Shen Fu" is a famous prose of Cao Zhi in the Three Kingdoms. Wang Xianzhi liked to write this Fu, but only 13 lines from "Xi" to "Fei" were left, totaling more than 250 characters. It is said that there are two copies of its ink marks in the Song Dynasty, namely the Jin hemp paper copy and the Tang hard yellow paper copy. Among them, the hard yellow paper version of the Tang Dynasty has an inscription and postscript by Liu Gongquan, a calligrapher of the Tang Dynasty. Zhao Mengfu of the Yuan Dynasty believed that it was a copy of the Tang Dynasty, and some people believed that it was a copy of Liu Gongquan. This book was originally obtained by Zhou Yue in the Northern Song Dynasty, who mistakenly believed that it was a copy of the original, and it was handed down to the world. Later, there was a reprinted version by the Shi family of Yuezhou in the Southern Song Dynasty with the brushwork of Youjun. According to "Xuanhe Shupu", the hemp paper copy was brought into the Imperial Palace in the Northern Song Dynasty, and the last two ink copies were lost and their whereabouts are unknown. In the Southern Song Dynasty, Jia Sidao, the prime minister of power, first found 9 lines on hemp paper, and then got 4 lines, which are 13 lines in total. They were engraved on the blue stone and called "jasper", so the book was called "jasper". Edition", also known as "Thirteen Lines of Jade Edition".

The original text of Luoshen Fu is very easy to obtain, and the post text is slightly different from the current version. This post is mainly about calligraphy appreciation, so the original text is not posted, so as not to be entangled in the text.

Jin Wang Xianzhi Jade Plate Luoshen Fu Thirteen Lines Rough Stone

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Attachment: Song engraved old extension, cut and mounted version.JPG 

Song engraved old extension cut and mounted version reprinted ink version

Rubbings in Wuxi Museum 

Pagination appreciation

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