Calligraphy - Chinese Calligraphy A Lesson Plan Diane C....

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Chinese Calligraphy A Lesson Plan Diane C. Freedman Keh-Nan Li Donna Saraczewska Janice Toub
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Four Treasures of Chinese Calligraphy Brush Ink Inkstone Paper
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Four Treasures of Chinese Calligraphy Brush: The Chinese brush point should have the following characteristics: roundness, pointedness, evenness and strength. Roundness means the point should be rounded and robust. Pointed-ness means it should be as sharp or pointed as an awl. Evenness means that when you spread the brush and hold it down, the brush is even. Strength means the point is flexible or elastic.
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Four Treasures of Chinese Calligraphy Brush
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Four Treasures of Chinese Calligraphy Ink sticks fall into three major categories The pine-soot ink stick. This is made with the mixture of pine soot, which is the main part, a certain amount of glue, medicinal material and spices. The oil-soot ink stick. Tung oil, sesame oil, rapeseed oil or petroleum is burned and the soot is mixed with gelatine, medicinal material and spices. The oil- and pine-soot ink stick. This is a mixture of the previous materials for making the oil-soot ink stick and pine-soot ink stick. Proportions vary, and the quality of the ink stick differs accordingly.
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Four Treasures of Chinese Calligraphy Xuan paper: dan, jia, luowen, coral, tiger-skin and
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course SOCIAL SCI 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Community College of Philadelphia.

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