"Annual Notes" is said to be written by Zhang Zhi or Zhang Xu of the Tang Dynasty
Selected from "Grand View Tie" (Li Zonghan's Song Dynasty rubbings collected by the Palace Museum)
Note: The picture is re-cropped from the Song Dynasty rubbings of "Daguan Tie" by Li Zonghan in the collection of the Palace Museum, the Song rubbings of "Daguan Tie" in Yang's Haiyuan Pavilion in the Palace Museum, and the "Jiang Tie" in the library of Xinjiang County, Shanxi.
Explanation: What should I do if I have to deal with this problem all year round? Moreover, there are many divisions, and I don’t know how to recover for a while. It doesn't matter what you mean, I hate you for returning, you should think about it and make sense. I know who I have traveled with and come back again, and I gather and scatter together. I didn't see the slave, but I read the book roughly. I saw Zuo Jun in the cloud, and I was like listening to the story.
Cai Xizong of the Tang Dynasty said in "Dharma Calligraphy Theory": "(Zhang Xu) took advantage of the excitement and used his pen, either on the wall or on the screen, and then the elephants were free and flying. Some people thought that Zhang Gong was also a little king. It will come out again." It can be seen from this that his cursive calligraphy is completely different from the "not exciting but not fierce" style of Da Wang's calligraphy, but is based on the "unrestrained" Wang Xianzhi's style. His shocking wall scripts and screen scripts have disappeared today, but his cursive works such as "Year-End Tie" can still be seen from the imprints.
This post is recognized as Zhang Xu’s work. Such rare ink marks leave to future generations the ever-changing artistic image like a galloping horse, thousands of miles away, like clouds and smoke.