Zhang Jizhi's "Executive Script of Waiting for the Lectures of the Courtyard", leather paper, 41.5×2665.5cm, collected by Shanghai Museum
Zhang Jizhi is good at writing large-character calligraphy, and "Xingshu Dailuyuan Ji" is the representative of his large-character calligraphy. There are three characters in each line of this scroll, and the characters are as big as the mouth of a bowl. The font is broad and square with the Yan characters, and the strokes are thick and vigorous. The strokes are sometimes thick and sometimes thin, sometimes twisty and smooth. In the Southern Song Dynasty when calligraphy was prevalent, Zhang Jizhi insisted on inheriting Yan style and showed his unique personality.