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Jin Long 金隆

jinlong_photo (14K) Jin Long is a member of the Chinese Calligraphy Association.

jinlong_dumu_poem (35K)
Creator.Personal Name: 金隆.
Creator.Personal Name: Jin Long.
Creator.Role: calligrapher.
Title: [Du Mu poem]
Description: hanging scroll; ink on paper; running script; inscribed and signed by the artist; three artist's seals.
Type: Calligraphy--Chinese.
Type: Scroll (Visual work)--Chinese.
Style.Period: Contemporary.
Culture: Chinese.
Material.Medium: ink.
Material.Support: paper.
Measurements: 22 x 66 in.
Location.Current Repository: private collection, C. J. Campbell (Chicago, Ill.)
Rights: C. J. Campbell.
Record Type: work.
jinlong_sig (12K)
jinlong_lowerseals (15K) jinlong_upperseal (12K)
Translation of Du Mu's poem:

Orioles call for a thousand li, flowers flash red against the green;
villages by the water and walled mountain-towns; wine-shop banners in the wind.
In the time of the southern dynasties, there were four hundred and eighty Buddhist temples;
How many pavilions are there now in the mist and rain?
Chinese text:


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