Zhu Da may not be very famous, but in the world of calligraphy and painting, Zhu Da is definitely a master-level existence.

This man is great.

Moreover, in the collecting world, Zhu Da's works are also sought after by many people.

Auctions can sell millions of dollars in value.

There are even tens of millions of works.

It is not an exaggeration to say that it is priceless.

Zhu Da's handed down works are few in private hands.

In Zhou Ye's hands, less.

Due to his special background and the background of the times, Ba Da's paintings cannot express his mind as directly as other painters, but are expressed through his obscure inscription poems and strange deformation paintings.

For example, in his paintings of fish and birds, he uses only a few strokes, either stretching his body or compressing it, but he is not.

Especially the pair of eyes, which are sometimes oval, are not the eyes of fish and birds that we see in our daily life. In life, the eyes of fish and birds are round, and the eyeballs do not move in the center.

Eight big fish and birds can turn their eyes and sometimes roll their eyes at people. The mountains and rocks he painted were not like the paintings of ordinary painters. They were round and round, big at the top and small at the bottom, and top-heavy. He could place them wherever he wanted, regardless of whether they were stable or not.

The trees he painted, with old and dry branches, only a few coconut palms and leaves, could not pick out such a tree among the tens of thousands of trees in the forest. The landscapes, mountains, and bare trees he painted were crooked and desolate. If there was such a place, I don't think anyone would come here to settle down.

Also, the inscriptions, signatures and seals on his paintings are also strange. For example, he called himself "Bada Shanren", and many people have explained it, and scholars still have different arguments. He has a seal on one side, which is engraved in the seal. Some people say that it is composed of the four characters "Bada Shanren", while others take a cautious attitude and call it "clog-shaped seal" because it is shaped like a clog. As for the inscription poems on his paintings, many sentences are even more incomprehensible.

However, the Eighth Congress clearly told us: "The coconut trees in the turbulent times are left for Wenlin to ponder carefully." He also said: "I want to see people interpreting pictures when I see them." He hoped that people could understand the meaning of his paintings. Therefore, after careful research, many scholars have found out a lot of real news from his paintings and words. For example, he has a painting and writing, which has been called a turtle-shaped painting for a long time, because its shape is particularly like a turtle.

It was later found out that it was originally composed of the words "March 19", which happened to be the day when the last emperor of the Ming Dynasty, Chongzhen, committed suicide, marking the demise of the Ming Dynasty. Then, this painting is a tribute to the demise of the country.

In the 21st year of Kangxi, he once painted an "Ancient Plum Map". The trunk of the tree is hollow, the horned roots are exposed, a few bare branches of coconut palms, and a few flowers are dotted, as if the rest of his life after suffering from wind, frost and lightning. There are three poems inscribed on it, the first one reads: "Plum blossom Wu Daoren, and Zhai Zhai Mo has a blind date. Nanshan is in the north, south and north of the mountain, old enough to burn fish and sweep away the dust." "Plum blossom Wu Daoren" refers to the Yuan Dynasty Painter Wu Zhen, self-titled "Plum Blossom Taoist".

The characters in the box were obviously deliberately cut out by collectors at that time or later to avoid the calamity of the literal hell. It is not difficult to guess that this word is not "Hu", that is, "captive". The founders of the Qing Dynasty ruled the Central Plains with the Manchus, and these two words were the most taboo.

In order to eliminate "Hu Chen" in the "Southern Mountains and the North Mountains", Zhu Da very clearly expressed his thoughts of anti-Qing and restoring the country......

The second poem wrote: "It's time to get the book back, it's not the end of the day, there was no land thin and the sky was fat. In the plum blossom painting, Sisi Xiao, how the monk is like picking Wei." Two allusions are used in the poem, one is the early Yuan Dynasty The remnant painter Zheng Sixiao, who lived in seclusion in Wuxia after the fall of the Southern Song Dynasty, painted orchids with exposed roots but did not paint **** soil. When asked why, he replied: "The land has been robbed, don't you know?" After Zhou destroyed Yin, Shu Qi was ashamed not to eat Zhou Su, and lived in seclusion in Shouyang Mountain to harvest marigolds until he died of starvation. It turns out that the "Ancient Plum Map" of the Eighth University has exposed its qiu roots and does not paint **** soil. It is imitated by Zheng Sixiao's painting of orchids, implying that the country has been robbed by the Qing people. The reason why he, a descendant of the Ming Dynasty clan, became a monk, is just like Boyi, Shu Qi Caiwei, like Shouyang Mountain, refused to submit to the new dynasty. The country is ruined and the country is destroyed, and there is no hope of recovering the country.


Except for this picture scroll, the other two are not particularly precious.

Satisfied, Zhou Ye put the things in the mountain and river beads, and then left. He planned to go to eat Acacia and have a look.

Are there any beauties?

Soon, Zhou Ye drove his Ferrari to the Acacia Taste branch.

There are also three branches in Kyoto.

They were managed by Fan Yunxi, Qin Mu, and Hou San.

In addition, the fourth branch is also under construction.

This time Zhou Ye came to Hou San's place.

There are many celebrities in this place.

And because it is close to Sanlitun, there are many beautiful women.

Many beauties come here to catch Kaizi.

There are even those who pretend to be drunk.