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La pierre à encre Considérée par les anciens érudits chinois pour être le plus important des quatre «outils» de la calligraphie, la pierre à encre constituait la clé pour produire le type d'encre désiré.
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La pierre à encre Considérée par les anciens érudits chinois pour être le plus important des quatre «outils» de la calligraphie, la pierre à encre constituait la clé pour produire le type d'encre désiré.
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pierre a encre C’est une tablette en pierre douce sur laquelle on frotte le bâtonnet d’encre en versant un peu d’eau pour obtenir de l’encre
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pierre a encre C’est une tablette en pierre douce sur laquelle on frotte le bâtonnet d’encre en versant un peu d’eau pour obtenir de l’encre
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This is one of the most beautiful inkstone which I have ever seen in my life.
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This is one of the most beautiful inkstone which I have ever seen in my life.
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The inkstone is Chinese in origin and is used in calligraphy and painting.

A Song dynasty Chinese inkstone with gold and silver markings, from the Nantoyōsō Collection, Japan AD)

A Chinese Antique Carved Ink Stone

A Chinese Antique Carved Ink Stone on

A Chinese Antique Carved Ink Stone: very detailed carved, with the design of dragons in flight amid cloud scrolls, of late Qing Dynasty;

For her second tranche of work, Chooo-San painted lifelike zips, buttons and shoes laces to the skin of her willing friends to give the illusion they are bursting at the seams

Japanese artist makes models burst at the seams with creepy zips, buttons, power plugs and laces painted on their skin

For her second tranche of work, Chooo-San painted lifelike zips, buttons and shoes laces to the skin of her willing friends to give the illusion they are bursting at the seams. This is a great optical illusion tat. The quality is amazing.

Gu Erniang - Inkstone with Phoenix Design

清 十八世紀顧二娘款鳳紋硯Inkstone with phoenix design Attributed to Gu Erniang (Chinese, active early century)

An Inscribed Duan Inkstone, 18th Century, dated by inscription to 1744

An Inscribed Duan Inkstone, Century, dated by inscription to 1744 - Alain.

Old Trees by a Cold Waterfall   Wen Cheng-ming (1470-1559), Ming Dynasty (1368-1644)  Hanging scroll, ink and colors on silk, 194.1 x 59.3 cm     Wen Cheng-ming, a native of Soochow, was gifted in the scholarly arts of poetry, prose, calligraphy and painting. A student of Shen Chou, he excelled at both painting and calligraphy, becoming one of the Four Great Masters of the Ming. Living to an old age and venerated by many, his influence was widespread. Many family members and students…

Ancient Trees Accompanying Spring by Wen Zhengming

Pierre à encre . La pierre à encre est un outil d'Extrême-Orient utilisé en écriture, calligraphie et peinture (principalement le lavis)  Elle sert à y frotter un bâton d'encre dans de l'eau afin d'obtenir de l'encre de Chine liquide, pour pouvoir l'utiliser avec un pinceau à lavis.  Elle fait partie des quatre trésors du lettré avec les pinceaux, l'encre, et le papier.

Pierre à encre . La pierre à encre est un outil d'Extrême-Orient utilisé en écriture, calligraphie et peinture (principalement le lavis) Elle sert à y frotter un bâton d'encre dans de l'eau afin d'obtenir de l'encre de Chine liquide, pour pouvoir l'utiliser avec un pinceau à lavis. Elle fait partie des quatre trésors du lettré avec les pinceaux, l'encre, et le papier.

This unusual cat shaped ink stone was donated in 1993 by a Mrs Mae-Fun Chen, who was moving from Knaresborough to the seaside in Essex. Her father was an art collector, who had a shop called the 'Chinese Art Gallery' and when he died in 1967 she selected this ink stone, amongst a few other items, to keep. It is currently on show in the China Cabinet display at the far end of the Servant's Quarters at Lotherton Hall.

Chinese ink stone or slab in the form of a cat, with eyes made from fossils. (Leeds Museums and Galleries)

Fine Old Chinese Hand Carving Ink Stone Ink Slab Collection Marked 158GD

Fine Old Chinese Hand Carving Ink Stone Ink Slab Collection Marked 158GD

Fine Old Chinese Hand Carving Ink Stone Ink Slab Collection Marked

This is a 19th century duan inkstone with a carved pheonix. Purple stone with a halo pattern on the reverse side. Measures 7 1/2 inches long or 19cm

This is a century duan inkstone with a carved pheonix. Purple stone with a halo pattern on the reverse side. Measures 7 inches long or

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