Wang Xianzhi (344-386), courtesy name Zijing, a minor official slave, Han nationality, his ancestral home is Langya Linyi (now Lanshan District, Linyi City, Shandong Province), and was born in Shanyin, Kuaiji (now Shaoxing, Zhejiang Province). He was a famous calligrapher, poet, and painter in the Eastern Jin Dynasty, the seventh son of the "Sage of Calligraphy" Wang Xizhi, and the son-in-law of Sima Yu, Emperor Wen of the Jin Dynasty. When he reached Zhongshu Ling, he was called "Da Ling" to distinguish him from his younger brother Wang Min, and he was called "Two Kings" together with his father Wang Xizhi. He is also known as the "Little Saint". Together with Zhang Zhi, Zhong Yao and Wang Xizhi, he is also known as the "Four Sages in the Book". Wang Xianzhi is famous for his young talent. He successively held the posts of Prefectural Registrar, Secretary Lang, Situ Changshi, Wuxing Prefect, Zhongshu Ling, etc., and successively married Xi Daomao and Xin'an Princess Sima Daofu. In the eleventh year of Taiyuan (386), Wang Xianzhi died of illness at the age of forty-three. In the first year of Long'an (397), Shizhong, Tejin, Guanglu Doctor, and Dazai were posthumously given the posthumous title "Xian". Wang Xianzhi has been smart and studious since he was a child. He specializes in cursive script and official script in calligraphy, and is also good at painting. He practiced calligraphy with his father since he was a child. Later, he also learned calligraphy from Zhang Zhi and created his own calligraphy. He is famous for his running script and cursive script, but he also has profound skills in regular script and official script. Zhang Huaiguan rated his calligraphy as first-class in "Shu Appraisal". Wang Xianzhi was also good at painting, and Zhang Yanyuan rated his paintings as "low-middle grade" in "Records of Famous Paintings of the Past Dynasties". Appreciation of Wang Xianzhi's calligraphy works "Suffering from Pus": 4 lines, 24 words. Cursive. Inscribed are "Chunhua Pavilion Tie", "Daguan Tie", "Baojin Hall", "Jiang Tie" and "Yuyan Hall". Explanation: The trouble cannot be overcome, and the intention is very rogue. You have good medicine, and I will give it back in time. There are many in the house, which will be very helpful. Appreciation of Wang Xianzhi's calligraphy works "Tie for Suffering from Pus" [Appreciation of Wang Xianzhi's calligraphy works "Tie of Pus"] Good brush, counting clouds ▼