Li Zhiyi (1038-1117), courtesy name Duanshu, was from Leshou (belonging to Hebei Province). During the Yuanfeng period of the Northern Song Dynasty, he became a Jinshi. He was Su Shi's guest when he knew Dingzhou, and served as editor of the Privy Council and general judge of Yuanzhou. In Yuan Fuzhong, there is the fragrant medicine storehouse in the prison (the official who manages the fragrant medicine storehouse). During the Huizong period of the Song Dynasty, he wrote a biography (biography) for Fan Chunren's legacy and took charge of Taiping Prefecture (today's Dangtu, Anhui Province), so he lived in Gushu (today's Wuhu, Anhui Province), and was named Guxi Jushi, and later moved to Tangzhou (today's Wuhu, Anhui Province). Siyang, Henan), I will invite a doctor to the court. Li Zhiyi was good at writing, especially craftsmanship on rulers and tablets, which Su Shi called "the samadhi of a knife and a pen." There are seventy volumes of "Guxi Jushi's Back and forth Collection" in existence. The first collection, fifty volumes, was compiled by Wu Fu in the Southern Song Dynasty; the latter collection, twenty volumes, was also written by the Song Dynasty people according to Chen Zhensun's "Zhizhai Shulu Jieti" . Today there are copies of "Sikuquanshu" and "Collection of Series Books". In addition to the "Biandi Tie", there are also "Biezhi Tie" (hidden in the National Palace Museum in Taipei).


Li Zhiyi's "Biandi Tie", paper, running script, length 28.3 x width 35.8 cm, collected by the Palace Museum, Beijing

The ritual is repeated: looking closer from Biandi, it has been repeated for many years. Once I have been in the sea of ​​books, I will not repay the disgrace, and I will not dare to follow up. But the old virtues are seeking each other, and the concubine has not yet been deposed. The old servants are full, and they say that they have returned, so they see you. Also, the taste of Erwei can be known, and the good achievements will last for a long time in people, and the show will return to the sky, and it will be the end of the year. Returning to the calendar is very close, especially hard-working, and in late spring, he covets good guards. Favoring the light, the ceremony begins again.
  Appraisal stamps include "Song Nao Appraisal", "Songzhou", "Emperor's Eleventh Son Cheng Prince Yi Jinzhai Book Seal", "Lianqiao Appreciation", etc.
  "Bian Di Tie" is a letter written by Li Zhiyi to express greetings to friends. The strokes of this calligraphy are charming, the structure is compact, and the focus is on the top, which demonstrates the characteristics of Li Zhiyi's calligraphy.
  It is recorded in the volume 11 of "Appraisal of Calligraphy and Painting" and one of the "Books of Famous Sages".