"Bo Yuan Tie", Jin Dynasty, written by Wang Xun, on paper, running script, 5 lines, 47 characters in total, 25.1cm in length and 17.2cm in width.
  "Bo Yuan Tie" is a letter written by Jin Wang Xun (350-401). Original text: "Xun Dun bowed his head, Boyuan Sheng's karma was the treasure of the group. Since he was suffering from illness, he was determined to travel well. It was unexpected to get this unexpected thing. The separation is like yesterday and will last forever. Far away from the mountains and valleys, we can't See you soon."
  At the beginning of the volume, there are four characters written by Emperor Qianlong: "Jiangzuo Fenghua", and a seal "Qianlong's Imperial Pen" on it. He also wrote an imperial inscription: "Authentic works from the Tang Dynasty are rare, especially from the Jin Dynasty! The Youjun Kuai Xue Post and the Mid-Autumn Festival Post from the Great Order are all rare treasures in the inner palace. Now I have this cocoon paper by Wang Xun, which is worthy of the family tradition. It's beautiful! I also received a lot of appreciation from the Qing Dynasty and came to the pool to help me. Royal knowledge." The two seals are "Qianlong Chenhan" and "Hanxulangjian".
  There are 12 words in the royal book across the water in front: "Family education is a model, the grass sage has a biography, and the Xuanhe calligraphy spectrum". There are three seals below: "Qianlong Chenhan", "Jixialinchi", and "Danshu is Sulu".
  And the emperor's knowledge: "In the spring month of Bingyin of Qianlong, Wang Xun received this post, and then it was hidden together with the two traces of Kuai Xue Mid-Autumn Festival in the greenhouse of Yangxin Palace. Yan said: 'Sanxi Hall', and the emperor's pen also recognized it", and the seal "Qian" , "Long" two seals.
  Across the water is the postscript of Dong Qichang of the Ming Dynasty. Later, the emperor Qianlong painted dry branches and aragonite. He also recognized: "Wang Xun's post and Chang's postscript are both treasures. Even if the side of the pond is decorated, it is also smooth and lovely. The dead branches of aragonite are diffused to match it." Zhi. Qianlong Bingyin Chunzheng, Changchun Bookstore Royal Knowledge", with a seal of "A few spare moments of pleasure". There is a seal of "Mo Yun" at the back.
  At the end of the volume, Dong Bangda was ordered to draw, and Bangda recorded it, and Shen Deqian also wrote "San Xi Tang Ge".
  There are inscriptions by Dong Qichang and Wang Kentang at the back of the volume.
  There are two ancient half-prints on the front and back of this painting, which are too vast to be recognized. The seals of the Qing Dynasty include: "Shiqu Baoji", "Qianlong's Appreciation", "Qianlong's Royal Appreciation Treasure", "Sanxi Hall Jingjian Seal", "Yi Zisun", "Yangxin Hall Appreciation Treasure" and other seals. .
  The seal of receipt is "Seal of Guo's Zhai Zhai Secret Book".
  Wang Xun's "Bo Yuan Tie" entered the inner palace in the eleventh year of Qianlong (1746). It was inscribed by Qianlong and is hidden in the West Nuan Pavilion of Yangxin Hall together with Wang Xizhi's "Quick Snow and Shi Qing Tie" and Wang Xianzhi's "Mid-Autumn Tie". At the end of the period, Emperor Qianlong wrote a plaque titled "Sanxi Hall". In the twelfth year of Qianlong's reign, he selected 134 authentic calligraphers from the Wei, Jin, Tang, Song, Yuan and Ming dynasties collected by the Imperial Household, including Sanxi, and copied them on stone, naming them "Sanxitang Fa Tie". The "Yue Gu Building" was built in Beihai in Xiyuan, and the above-mentioned carved stones were embedded in the walls of the building. The rubbings were circulated to show the model of Linchi. The original copy of Sanxi is still hidden in the Sanxi Hall of Yangxin Hall.
  From 1911 to before Puyi left the palace in 1924, "Boyuan Tie" and "Mid-Autumn Tie" were hidden in the Shoukang Palace where the imperial concubine Jingyi lived. When Puyi left the palace, the imperial concubine Jingyi took this Tie out of the palace. , and later dispersed. In 1950, Premier Zhou Enlai ordered that "Boyuan Tie" and "Mid-Autumn Tie" be purchased back and handed over to the Palace Museum for collection. It has been exhibited publicly and has been photocopied and published.
  "Bo Yuan Tie" is a printed paper version. Since the first line contains the two characters "Bo Yuan", it was named after it. This post is an authentic work from the Jin Dynasty, written by Wang Xun, so it is a rare treasure. The calligraphy of this calligraphy is vigorous, with a loose and graceful posture, which is a typical calligraphy style of the Wang family. It was written by Wu Xinyu in Xin'an in the late Ming Dynasty, and later returned to Wu Ting. It was engraved in "Yu Qingzhai Calligraphy". In the Qing Dynasty, it was included in the Inner Palace, and was listed as one of the Sanxitang Dharma Tie, together with Wang Xizhi's "Quick Snow and Clear Tie" and Wang Xianzhi's "Mid-Autumn Tie", now in the collection of the Palace Museum in Beijing.
  Authentic work of Wang Xun of the Eastern Jin Dynasty. It has always been regarded as a treasure by calligraphers, connoisseurs and collectors of later generations. "Bo Yuan Tie" is a letter from the king to his relatives and friends. Its strokes are steep, powerful, beautiful, natural and smooth, making it one of the best among ancient Chinese calligraphy works. It is listed as the third of the "Three Hopes". Its strokes are thinner and stronger, and the structure is more open. Especially the characters with few strokes are particularly comfortable and elegant. It is really a bit like "like the rising sun, like the breeze, like clouds, like clouds, like smoke, like the winding cave in the forest." "The charm of Jin people.
  Wang Xun, whose courtesy name is Yuan Lin, was a child with a small character Fahu. He was the grandson of Wang Dao, the famous calligrapher of the Eastern Jin Dynasty, the son of Wang Qia, and the nephew of Wang Xizhi. Wang Xun was born in the fifth year of Yonghe (AD 349) of Emperor Mu of Jin Dynasty and died in the fourth year of Long'an (AD 400) of Emperor An of Jin Dynasty. Emperor Xiaowu's Sima Changming, who was elegant and good at classics, Wang Xun and Yin Zhongkan, Xu Miao, Wang Gong, Xi Hui, etc., were all known to Emperor Xiaowu for their talents and scholarly articles. In the first year of Emperor An's Long'an reign (AD 397), Zhan Shi was moved to Shangshu Ling, and was appointed as a regular attendant. He died of illness at the age of fifty-two, and was given the posthumous title of Xianmu. Dong Qichang commented: "Wang Xun is unrestrained and ancient, and the romantic style of the Eastern Jin Dynasty is clearly visible to his eyes."