Chinese : Jie xiao shi shi tu

Xu Weiren, 徐渭仁 ,1788-1855


<p style='text-align: justify;'>A collection of ink rubbings of stone inscriptions, pasted together in an accordion-style folding format. The original inscriptions were part of an ancestral shrine built in Shanghai in 1832, and are dated in sixth lunar month of the gengyin 庚寅 year of the Daoguang 道光 era [1830 CE]. The calligraphy was drawn by Xu Weiren 徐渭仁 (1788-1855.) The content of the inscriptions relates to values of filiality and chastity amongst women, which were important moral teachings found within didactic texts from this era.</p>

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