Gu Kaizhi(顧愷之: 235?～408?), an important artist and critic in the history of Chinese painting before the Tang Dynasty, gained fame as “Excellence in three fields(三絶)”. This survey focuses on some analyses, putting together scattered literary texts written by Gu. In this study, I have 7 pieces of Fu, 1 letter presented to the emperor, 2 prefaces, 1 funeral oration, 1 biography, 1 poem and some phrases that Yan Kejun(嚴可均: 1763～1843) had omitted. Looking through these incomplete texts, I deduced that Gu had not abandoned external beauties for the description of inner world. It is certain that his “Excellence in stupidity(痴絶)” could have embarrassed ancient critics. Gu’s fragmentary texts provide us a conviction that he tried to describe simultaneously form(形) and spirit(神) and his other title, “Excellence in literature(文絶)” was not a vain reputation.