王维，701-761。唐代诗人、画家。字摩诘。祖籍太原祁（今山西祁 县），其父迁家蒲州（在今山西永济），遂为蒲人。他官终尚书右丞，世称“王右丞”。王维青少年时期即富于文学才华。开元九年 （721） 中进士第，为大乐丞。因故谪济州司仓参军。后归至长安。开元二十二年张九龄为中书令。王维被擢为右拾遗。其时作有《献始兴公》诗，称颂张九龄反对植党营私和滥施爵赏的政治主张，体现了他当时要求有所 作为的心情。二十四年（736）张九龄罢相。次年贬荆州 长史。李林甫任中书令，这是玄宗时期政治由较为清明 而日趋黑暗的转折点。
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