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wang wei

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Aaron Wyder

on 14 September 2010

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Wang Wei Picture of the landscape in the province of Shanxi. Wang Wei is especially known for his compositions in the Mountains and Streams genre. Wang Wei, also known as Wang Youcheng, was a Han chinese poet, musician, painter and statesman during the Tang Dynasty. He was one of the most famous men of arts and letters of his time. Depending on the source he was either born in 699 or 701 in Qi, from where he moved to Puzhou where he died either in 759 or 761. Province of Shanxi A later poet called Su Shi said about Wang Wei that his poems hold a painting within, and his paintings a poem. Please listen to In the Hills at Nightfall, by Wang Wei. No original paintings from Wang Wei survive, but copies attributed to him. This a map of China. Puzhou in Shanxi is indicated. Link to the Past:
I think that Wang Wei is important, because more than 1250 years after his death his poems are still cited. They must have an inspiring effect on people. Sources:
Wikipedia in English / German
www.chinapage.com A
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