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Rare facsimile of calligrapher's work on display in Nanjing

None of 4th-century calligrapher Wang Xizhi's works survive today. But there are facsimiles of masterpieces by him. One of them, which is with Nanjing University in eastern China's Jiangsu province, is part of an ongoing exhibition.


It is among the 100 exhibits being showcased at an exhibition on stone rubbings at an art museum in the university.


The treasured work is a 22-page collection of stone rubbings of 973 characters, and is from Notes of the Daguan Period.

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