Monday, June 22, 2009




王羲之的《快雪时晴帖》 - 台北故宫
王献之的《中秋帖》 -北京故宫
王珣的《伯远帖》 - 北京故宫。

BedRoom First Version - Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum
BedRoom Second Version - The art Institute of Chicago
BedRoom Third Version - Paris’s Musée d’Orsay.





Blogger 舞者 said...

This could be an Oscar winning movie plot. I will be all welled up by the time I walk out of the cinema with my wife. I turn around and say: "We have travelled half the globe to meet each other when, had there not been a civil war, we would have been just one province away from each other."

6/24/2009 12:19 PM  
Blogger steve tan said...

Haha, that's very touching.

I supposed a Da Vinci code style thriller would also be possible. Andy Lau is tasked to contact Beijing and Taipei for the arts exhibition, and he found a mysterious inscription in one of the paintings that makes him fear for his life...

6/24/2009 2:11 PM  
Blogger 舞者 said...

... makes him fear for his life... and threatens to uproot our century-old belief.

Now, we just have to figure out what that belief is...

6/24/2009 2:38 PM  
Blogger 舞者 said...

Hey, could you set your blog to notify me whenever there's a new comment on your blog?

I have set my blog to notify you at your Gmail whenever there's a new comment.

6/24/2009 2:42 PM  
Blogger Leon Lu said...


7/01/2009 3:20 PM  
Blogger stevetan76 said...

I challenge your information.

I think 兰亭序 is owned by China.

It might be temporarily on display in Japan.

7/01/2009 4:59 PM  
Blogger Leon said...

Sorry. My mistake. 丧乱贴and二谢贴。

7/02/2009 12:03 PM  

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