Suo Jing (239-303) was a famous calligrapher in the Western Jin Dynasty. The courtesy name is You'an, a native of Dunhuang (now Gansu), and the grandson of Zhang Zhi's sister. He was a minister in official history and the prefect of Jiuquan. When he reached Sima, he was known as "Suo Zhengxi". Posthumous village. Skilled in calligraphy, especially Zhangcao. He Shangshu ordered Wei Guan to be famous for his cursive script, and was known as "One Taiwan and Two Wonders" at that time. Jing spread Zhang Zhi's grass method and changed his appearance. The bones are strong and strong, and the writing is full of power. The predecessors rated it as "extremely skilled, not as good as Zhang; full of charm, not as good as Zhang". Jing also respected his book and named it "Yin Gou Hao Wei." "Xuanhe Shupu" records that Suo Jing had outstanding talents when he was young. Suo Jing's calligraphy was famous for his Zhangcao calligraphy. His calligraphy is "like the wind lifting up, like a bird of prey taking flight, like a solitary pine in the snowy mountains, or the dangerous rocks in the glacier", which is very dangerous and powerful. According to historical records, Suo Jing's calligraphy is different from Zhang Zhi's. "The titles of his books are the same as those of Xi (Wang Xizhi) and Xian (Wang Xianzhi)", which shows his status in the history of calligraphy. "Yue Yi Tie" and the Sui Dynasty model "Ode to the Master" are said to have been written by Suo Jing.

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