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Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script


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# 1

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Swimming
Hanging Scroll, Ink on Paper
China's daughters have high-aspiring minds,
They love their battle array, not silks and satins.
27 x 16⅞ in.

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# 2

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Swimming
Hanging Scroll, Ink on Paper
I don't speak first when spring comes,
which bug dare to make a noise?
54 x 26⅞ in.

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# 3

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Three-Panel Hanging Scrolls, Ink and Acrylic on Paper
Central Plains vast and immense,
Who better to unit than the General with sweeping army in unison
53⅛ x 26⅜ in. X 3

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# 4

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Hanging Scroll Ink on Paper
Changsha, Chin Yuan Chun
The child is determined to leave hometown,
He will not return until he made a name for himself
Pick a burial anywhere with green hills
Much like back home
26¼ x 53⅝ in.
26½ x 53⅝ in.

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# 5

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Lam's Poem
Ink and Acrylic on Paper, Mounted
Happiness is never parting, Happiness is new acquaintance
27 x 53¾ in.

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# 6

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Hanging Scroll, Ink on Paper
Changsha, Chin Yuan Chun
For truly great men
Look to this age alone
54 x 26⅞ in.

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# 7

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Lam's Poem
Two-Panel Hanging Scrolls Ink on Paper
Cliff Yaman had foreboding view, where Mongol defeated Song
Dynasty came to an end, where were the Emperors?
54⅛ x 27 in.
53⅞ x 26⅞ in.

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# 8

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Two-Panel Hanging Scrolls, Ink on Paper
Swimming
Sit alone in the pond like a tiger, and meditate under the green poplar tree. I didn't speak first when spring came, which bug dare to make a noise?
54¼ x 26⅞ in.
54 x 27 in.

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# 9

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Lam's Poem
Hanging Scroll, Ink and Acrylic on Paper
Spring has breezed the Yangtze's banks, when will the moon light my return trip
53 x 26½ in.

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# 10

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Five-Panel, Hanging Scrolls, Ink on Paper
North country scene:
A hundred leagues locked in ice,
A thousand leagues of whirling snow.
Both sides of the Great Wall
One single white immensity.
The Yellow River's swift current
Is stilled from end to end.
The mountains dance like silver snakes
And the highlands* charge like wax-hued elephants,
Vying with heaven in stature.
On a fine day, the land,
Clad in white, adorned in red,
Grows more enchanting.
This land so rich in beauty
Has made countless heroes bow in homage.
But alas! Chin Shih-huang and Han Wu-ti
Were lacking in literary grace,
And Tang Tai-tsung and Sung Tai-tsu
Had little poetry in their souls;
And Genghis Khan,
Proud Son of Heaven for a day,
Knew only shooting eagles, bow outstretched
All are past and gone!
For truly great men
Look to this age alone.
69¾ x 37⅜ in. X 5

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# 11

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Hanging Scroll, Ink on Paper
Changsha, Chin Yuan Chun
Hanging Scroll, Ink on Paper
I ask, on this boundless land
Who rules over man's destiny?
54 x 27 in.

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# 12

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Hanging Scroll, Ink on Paper
Changsha, Chin Yuan Chun
For truly great men
Look to this age alone
54 x 26⅞ in.

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# 13

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Ink on Paper, Mounted
Militia Women
China's daughters have high-aspiring minds,
They love their battle array, not silks and satins.
26¾ x 54 in.

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# 14

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Ink on Paper, Mounted
Lam's Poem
Happiness is never parting, Happiness is new acquaintance
26¾ x 54 in.

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# 15

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Ink and Acrylic on Paper, Mounted
Changsha, Chin Yuan Chun
I ask, on this boundless land
Who rules over man's destiny?
26¾ x 54 in.

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# 16

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Lam's Poem
Ink and Acrylic on Paper, Mounted
Silhouette of a flying gull over water colored by the glow of a sunset
26¾ x 54 in.

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# 17

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Lam's Poem
Hanging Scroll, Ink on Paper
Silhouette of a flying gull over water colored by the glow of a sunset
52⅞ x 26⅝ in.

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# 18

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Hanging Scroll, Ink on Paper
Wang Bo Poem
Majestic Chang'an City is guarded by the land of the Three Qin Dynasty
52⅞ x 25⅞ in.

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# 19

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Hanging Scroll, Ink on Paper
Wang Bo Poem
We part, we cry, but we will meet again
52⅞ x 25⅞ in.

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# 20

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Hanging Scroll, Ink on Paper
Changsha, Chin Yuan Chun
For truly great men
Look to this age alone

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# 21

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Hanging Scroll, Ink on Paper
Reply to Li Shuyi
--to the tune of Tieh Lien Htua
I lost my proud Poplar and you your Willow,
Poplar and Willow soar to the Ninth Heaven.
Wu Kang, asked what he can give,
Serves them a laurel brew.
The lonely moon goddess spreads her ample sleeves
To dance for these loyal souls in infinite space.
Earth suddenly reports the tiger subdued,
Tears of joy pour forth falling as mighty rain.
70 x 37½ in.

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# 22

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Ink on Paper, Mounted
Changsha, Chin Yuan Chun
For truly great men
Look to this age alone
27 x 54¼ in.

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# 23

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Two-Panel Hanging Scrolls, Ink on Paper
Reply to Li Shuyi
--to the tune of Tieh Lien Htua
I lost my proud Poplar and you your Willow,
Poplar and Willow soar to the Ninth Heaven.
Wu Kang, asked what he can give,
Serves them a laurel brew.
The lonely moon goddess spreads her ample sleeves
To dance for these loyal souls in infinite space.
Earth suddenly reports the tiger subdued,
Tears of joy pour forth falling as mighty rain.
69¾ x 37¾ in.

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# 24

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Ink and Acrylic on Paper, Mounted
Happiness is never parting, Happiness is new acquaintance

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# 25

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Ink on Paper, Mounted
Changsha, Chin Yuan Chun
For truly great men
Look to this age alone
27 x 54⅛ in.

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# 26

Kwong Lum's Poem
Happiness is never parting, Happiness is new acquaintance
26¾ x 54¼ in.

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# 27

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Ink on Paper, Mounted
Militia Women
China's daughters have high-aspiring minds,
They love their battle array, not silks and satins.
27⅛ x 54¼ in.

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# 28

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Ink on Paper, Mounted
Swimming
I don't speak first when spring comes,
which bug dare to make a noise?
27 x 54¼ in.

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# 29

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script, Dry-Ink
Ink on Paper, Mounted
Swimming
I don't speak first when spring comes,
which bug dare to make a noise?
27 x 54½ in.

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# 30

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Ink on Paper, Mounted
Changsha, Chin Yuan Chun
For truly great men
Look to this age alone
27 x 54¼ in.

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# 31

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script, Dry-Ink
Ink on Paper, Mounted
Changsha, Chin Yuan Chun
I ask, on this boundless land
Who rules over man's destiny?
27 x 54⅜ in.

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# 32

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Ink on Paper, Mounted
Changsha, Chin Yuan Chun
For truly great men
Look to this age alone
27 x 54⅜ in.

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# 33

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Ink on Paper, Mounted
Changsha, Chin Yuan Chun
The child is determined to leave hometown,
He will not return until he made a name for himself
Pick a burial anywhere with green hills
Much like back home
27 x 108⅛ in.

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# 34

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Ink and Acrylic on Paper, Mounted
Militia Women
China's daughters have high-aspiring minds,
They love their battle array, not silks and satins.
26¾ x 54 in.

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# 35

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Heartfelt Appeal
Two-Panel Hanging Scrolls Ink on Paper
There was a time when martyrdom was a Honor,
Where had the Heros gone?
The body may be tired,
Forbearance and long-cherished wish, Never give up

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# 36

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Three-Panel Hanging Scrolls Ink on Paper
Heartfelt Appeal There was a time when martyrdom was a Honor,
Where had the Heros gone?
The body may be tired,
But Forbearance and long-cherished wish, Never give up
69¾ x 37½ in.

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# 37

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script in Dry-Ink
Four-Panel Hanging Scrolls, Ink on Paper
Changsha Chin Yuan Chun
Alone I stand in the autumn cold
On the tip of Orange Island,
The Hsiang flowing northward;
I see a thousand hills crimsoned through
By their serried woods deep-dyed,
And a hundred barges vying
Over crystal blue waters.
Eagles cleave the air,
Fish glide in the limpid deep;
Under freezing skies a million creatures contend in freedom.
Brooding over this immensity,
I ask, on this boundless land
Who rules over man's destiny?
I was here with a throng of companions,
Vivid yet those crowded months and years.
Young we were, schoolmates,
At life's full flowering;
Filled with student enthusiasm
Boldly we cast all restraints aside.
Pointing to our mountains and rivers,
Setting people afire with our words,
We counted the mighty no more than muck.
Remember still
How, venturing midstream, we struck the waters
And waves stayed the speeding boats?
69½ x 37¾ in. X 4

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# 38

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Ink on Paper, Mounted
I don't speak first when spring comes,
which bug dare to make a noise?
27 x 54½ in.

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# 39

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script in Dry-Ink
Heartfelt Appeal
Ink on Paper, Mounted
Bygone is the time when martrydom is honored
Who will safe guard our country now?
The body is tired, the hair gone white,
You and me, my friends, will soon be forgotten.
37½ x 140⅜ in.

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# 40

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Ink on Paper, Mounted
Swimming
Sit alone in the pond like a tiger, and meditate under the green poplar tree. I don't speak first when spring comes, which bug dare to make a noise?
26½ x 160 in.

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# 41

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Ink on Paper, Mounted
Changsha, Chin Yuan Chun
I ask, on this boundless land
Who rules over man's destiny?
27 x 54⅛ in.

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# 42

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Five-Panel Hanging Scrolls, Ink on Paper
Changsha Chin Yuan Chun
Alone I stand in the autumn cold
On the tip of Orange Island,
The Hsiang flowing northward;
I see a thousand hills crimsoned through
By their serried woods deep-dyed,
And a hundred barges vying
Over crystal blue waters.
Eagles cleave the air,
Fish glide in the limpid deep;
Under freezing skies a million creatures contend in freedom.
Brooding over this immensity,
I ask, on this boundless land
Who rules over man's destiny?
I was here with a throng of companions,
Vivid yet those crowded months and years.
Young we were, schoolmates,
At life's full flowering;
Filled with student enthusiasm
Boldly we cast all restraints aside.
Pointing to our mountains and rivers,
Setting people afire with our words,
We counted the mighty no more than muck.
Remember still
How, venturing midstream, we struck the waters
And waves stayed the speeding boats?
69½ x 37⅜ in. X 5

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# 43

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Hanging Scroll, Ink on Paper
Changsha, Chin Yuan Chun
For truly great men
Look to this age alone
54 x 26⅞ in.

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# 44

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Two-Panel Hanging Scrolls Ink on Paper
There was a time when martyrdom was a Honor,
Where had the Heros gone?
The body may be tired,
Forbearance and long-cherished wish, Never give up
70 x 37⅛ in.

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# 45

Kwong Lam
Unconstrained Freehand Cursive Script
Swimming
Hanging Scroll, Ink on Paper
I don't speak first when spring comes,
which bug dare to make a noise?
54¼ x 27 in.

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