PU Ru (1896-1963) aka Pu Xinyu

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PU Ru (1896-1963) aka Pu Xinyu
Calligraphy. 59.5 x 28.5 cm. Note: A painter and calligrapher close to Zhang Daqian, Pu Ru was also a cousin of the last emperor Pu Yi and could have ascended the throne in his turn. These works came from Ms. Wang's mother, Ms. Liu Hsiu-ching, who worked at the National Museum of History in Taiwan in the 1960s, and thus had access to the artists who came to hold calligraphy and painting exhibitions, and the works in the auction were given to Ms. Liu and her husband, Wang Ben-tao (Wang Ruo-xian), by the renowned artists Pu Ru /Pu Xin-yu , and Yu You-ren , at the same time. "Although the night is over, his face can not be meticulous, prudent precepts must be respectful. If you are respectful, you will live long.” This quotation is taken from "The Source of Ancient Poetry" by Shen Deqian, a literary scholar of the Qing dynasty. In traditional culture, a respectful attitude is considered an important virtue and culture, which not only makes a person look more dignified and graceful, but also preserves inner peace and prolongs life.
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