合璧聨珠二: 樂常在軒藏清代楹聯

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香港中文大學中國文化研究所文物館, 2007 - Calligraphy, Chinese - 405 pages
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The Chinese is a unique literary form that manifests the extensive use of parallelism in the classic tradition. Calligraphers, scholars, officials and even emperors often wrote couplets not simply as art works but also as gifts. Important both for their aesthetic value and their social function, these Qing dynasty couplets, as a whole, represent the wealth of calligraphy of the period. The 150 works in this catalog were exhibited at the Art Museum, CUHK in March 207. They are the sequel to the "Double Beauty" catalog and exhibition organized in 2003.

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Introduction Harold Mok
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The Literariness of Couplets in the Lechangzhai Xuan Collection Abstract Wong Kuanio
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