王羲之 (AD303-361) is well known as the father of Chinese calligraphy. Unfortunately his original work on papers or scrolls were missing after the years. Luckily some of his original work was curved onto a stone screen when he was alive or later after he’s gone. Most of the current references are imprinted from the stone monuments.
This book is extract a part of his representative work “Orchid pavilion”, written by Mr. Wong in Ji Dynasty