Lu Jishan copy, Yuan Dynasty, National Palace Museum, TaipeiLu Jishan copy, Yuan Dynasty, National Palace Museum, Taipei
Lu Jishan copy, Yuan Dynasty, National Palace Museum, Taipei

A traced copy by the Yuan Dynasty calligrapher Lu Jishan 陸繼善 (fl. 14th century), based on a Tang copy. Appended with an inscription by Lu from 1338 (wuyin 戊寅 year of the Zhiyuan 至元 Era) that states that he had lost this work and recently recovered it, which dates the work to an earlier time.

This copy is very similar to the Feng Chengsu copy, and is likely based on the same source. Besides the Feng Chengsu copy, it most faithfully preserves the characteristics of the original.

Contains inscriptions from several people, including the renowned painters Ke Jiusi 柯九思 (c. 1290–1343), Ni Zan 倪瓚 (1301–1374), and Dong Qichang 董其昌 (1555–1636).

Ink on paper, bound in a codex. Housed at the National Palace Museum, Taipei.

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