Stephen Little's Lecture
The name of the Japanese oil painter who depicted the theft of Wang Xizhi's Orchid Pavilion Preface was NAKAMURA Fusetsu (1866–1943); the painting I showed, dated 1920, is owned by the National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo. Nakamura was an amazing collector of Chinese calligraphy, and his former house in Tokyo's Taito-ku district (just north of Ueno Station - not far from the Tokyo National Museum) is now the Shodo Hakubutsukan, or Calligraphy Museum.
For more information on Daoist talismans and talismanic writing I suggest:
The section on "Ritual" in my Taoism and the Arts of China (Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago, 2000), and especially entries 53–60, which illustrate different types of Daoist talismans.
The chapter entitled "Ensigillation" in Michel Strickmann, Chinese Magical Medicine (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2002).
And a book I have not read, so cannot vouch for, which may be useful:
Benebell Wen, The Tao of Craft: Fu Talismans and Casting Sigils in the Eastern Esoteric Tradition (Berkeley: North Atlantic Books, 2016).