Wu Shuang Pu
Wu Shuang Pu (Chinese: 無雙譜; lit. 'Table of Peerless Heroes') is a book of woodcut prints, first printed in 1694. This book contains the biographies and imagined portraits of 40 notable heroes and heroines from the Han Dynasty to the Song Dynasty, all accompanied by a brief introduction and guided by a related poem in yuefu style. The illustrations from the book were widely distributed and re-used, often as motifs on Chinese porcelain but also used for creating paintings and statues.
Chinese book of biographies of Chinese heroes (1694) by Jin Guliang
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Depictions of the heroes and poems of Wu Shuang Pu
Porcelain depicted with the heroes and poems of Wu Shuang Pu
Ban Zhao: She was the wife of Cao Shishu. She finished the book of the royal family that her father and brother has started. She served the royal family as a teacher.