PANELS ONE (right to left) THROUGH FOUR





PANELS FIVE (right to left) THROUGH EIGHT





PANELS NINE (right to left) THROUGH TWELVE




YUEYANG LOU JI
(THE YUEYANG TOWER)

DONG QICHANG (1555-1636)
Calligraphy set in running script
Dated 1634
Set of twelve hanging scrolls
Ink on paper
Each panel: 64 1/8 x 17 1/8 inches (63 x 43.7 cm)

Artist's seals:
(panel one, top right): Xuanshangzai, rectangular relief
(panel twelve, lower left, above): Dazhongboyin, large square intaglio
(panel twelve, lower left, bottom): Xuanzaishi, large square, 1/2 intaglio 1/2 relief

Inscription (on twelfth panel): Dated the year of jiaxu (1634), the 3rd month, seventeenth day. Dong Qichang

Note:
Dong Qichang wrote this set of calligraphy scrolls when he was eighty years old for his closest and best friend, Chen Jiru.
The text of the Yueyang Lou Ji consists of 362 characters (389 including signature and title).
Choosing Mi Fu's style of calligraphy and using a soft goat hair brush, he wrote all twelve panels in a single sitting.


Source: http://www.fareastfinearts.com/DQC/19DQC/19DQC01.html