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Du Fu Poem Steles
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In terms of spatial layout, the Du Fu Poem Steles Program features two zones, i.e., the Cultural Relics Zone and the Garden Zone, which were completed before the Spring Festival of 2017 and at the end of 2018, respectively.


During construction of the Cultural Relics Zone, the Museum selected 58 calligraphic masterpieces which were produced by over 40 calligraphic masters of the Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties and modern times and handed down for generations from 150 precious calligraphy works themed on Du Fu’s poems and collected in the Museum and other 28 museums at home and abroad. With Shandong bluestone as the carrier, excellent engravers from around the nation were employed to engrave these fine calligraphy works on the 310m-long stele corridor. In addition, supporting sceneries such as the Garden of “Delighting in Rain on a Spring Night” and Du Fu Poem Spot were built. The corridor for Du Fu’s stone-carved poems, a highlight of the program, showcases over a hundred poems by Du Fu that are engraved in various calligraphic styles. These valued calligraphy pieces that were carved on steles and embedded in walls have greatly enriched the cultural connotation of Du Fu Thatched Cottage.


Integrating six artistic forms, namely, poetry, calligraphy, stone inscription, sculpture, architecture and gardening, these cultural landscapes have been unanimously favored by visitors for their unparalleled artistic appeal.


In terms of spatial layout, the Du Fu Poem Steles Program features two zones, i.e., the Cultural Relics Zone and the Garden Zone, which were completed before the Spring Festival of 2017 and at the end of 2018, respectively.


During construction of the Cultural Relics Zone, the Museum selected 58 calligraphic masterpieces which were produced by over 40 calligraphic masters of the Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties and modern times and handed down for generations from 150 precious calligraphy works themed on Du Fu’s poems and collected in the Museum and other 28 museums at home and abroad. With Shandong bluestone as the carrier, excellent engravers from around the nation were employed to engrave these fine calligraphy works on the 310m-long stele corridor. In addition, supporting sceneries such as the Garden of “Delighting in Rain on a Spring Night” and Du Fu Poem Spot were built. The corridor for Du Fu’s stone-carved poems, a highlight of the program, showcases over a hundred poems by Du Fu that are engraved in various calligraphic styles. These valued calligraphy pieces that were carved on steles and embedded in walls have greatly enriched the cultural connotation of Du Fu Thatched Cottage.


Integrating six artistic forms, namely, poetry, calligraphy, stone inscription, sculpture, architecture and gardening, these cultural landscapes have been unanimously favored by visitors for their unparalleled artistic appeal.


In terms of spatial layout, the Du Fu Poem Steles Program features two zones, i.e., the Cultural Relics Zone and the Garden Zone, which were completed before the Spring Festival of 2017 and at the end of 2018, respectively.


During construction of the Cultural Relics Zone, the Museum selected 58 calligraphic masterpieces which were produced by over 40 calligraphic masters of the Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties and modern times and handed down for generations from 150 precious calligraphy works themed on Du Fu’s poems and collected in the Museum and other 28 museums at home and abroad. With Shandong bluestone as the carrier, excellent engravers from around the nation were employed to engrave these fine calligraphy works on the 310m-long stele corridor. In addition, supporting sceneries such as the Garden of “Delighting in Rain on a Spring Night” and Du Fu Poem Spot were built. The corridor for Du Fu’s stone-carved poems, a highlight of the program, showcases over a hundred poems by Du Fu that are engraved in various calligraphic styles. These valued calligraphy pieces that were carved on steles and embedded in walls have greatly enriched the cultural connotation of Du Fu Thatched Cottage.


Integrating six artistic forms, namely, poetry, calligraphy, stone inscription, sculpture, architecture and gardening, these cultural landscapes have been unanimously favored by visitors for their unparalleled artistic appeal.


In terms of spatial layout, the Du Fu Poem Steles Program features two zones, i.e., the Cultural Relics Zone and the Garden Zone, which were completed before the Spring Festival of 2017 and at the end of 2018, respectively.


During construction of the Cultural Relics Zone, the Museum selected 58 calligraphic masterpieces which were produced by over 40 calligraphic masters of the Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties and modern times and handed down for generations from 150 precious calligraphy works themed on Du Fu’s poems and collected in the Museum and other 28 museums at home and abroad. With Shandong bluestone as the carrier, excellent engravers from around the nation were employed to engrave these fine calligraphy works on the 310m-long stele corridor. In addition, supporting sceneries such as the Garden of “Delighting in Rain on a Spring Night” and Du Fu Poem Spot were built. The corridor for Du Fu’s stone-carved poems, a highlight of the program, showcases over a hundred poems by Du Fu that are engraved in various calligraphic styles. These valued calligraphy pieces that were carved on steles and embedded in walls have greatly enriched the cultural connotation of Du Fu Thatched Cottage.


Integrating six artistic forms, namely, poetry, calligraphy, stone inscription, sculpture, architecture and gardening, these cultural landscapes have been unanimously favored by visitors for their unparalleled artistic appeal.


In terms of spatial layout, the Du Fu Poem Steles Program features two zones, i.e., the Cultural Relics Zone and the Garden Zone, which were completed before the Spring Festival of 2017 and at the end of 2018, respectively.


During construction of the Cultural Relics Zone, the Museum selected 58 calligraphic masterpieces which were produced by over 40 calligraphic masters of the Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties and modern times and handed down for generations from 150 precious calligraphy works themed on Du Fu’s poems and collected in the Museum and other 28 museums at home and abroad. With Shandong bluestone as the carrier, excellent engravers from around the nation were employed to engrave these fine calligraphy works on the 310m-long stele corridor. In addition, supporting sceneries such as the Garden of “Delighting in Rain on a Spring Night” and Du Fu Poem Spot were built. The corridor for Du Fu’s stone-carved poems, a highlight of the program, showcases over a hundred poems by Du Fu that are engraved in various calligraphic styles. These valued calligraphy pieces that were carved on steles and embedded in walls have greatly enriched the cultural connotation of Du Fu Thatched Cottage.


Integrating six artistic forms, namely, poetry, calligraphy, stone inscription, sculpture, architecture and gardening, these cultural landscapes have been unanimously favored by visitors for their unparalleled artistic appeal.


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