Liu Ji (1311-1375) was a native of Qingtian, Zhejiang Province. He was a hero in the founding of the Ming Dynasty and was granted the title of Uncle Chengyi. He is good at poetry and prose, and is good at cursive calligraphy. This poem volume is composed of eight Chunxing poems written by Liu Ji. The calligraphy is strong and flowing, with the clear and beautiful characteristics of Zhao Songxue's running script, and the rigorous and solemn meaning of Tang regular script.



Eight Poems of Chunxing in Running Script (Part)