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Lecture08Calligraphy.China.Compr.Zhu

Lecture08Calligraphy.China.Compr.Zhu - •*Wang Xizhi(321...

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Art of China History of Chinese Calligraphy
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Five Major Scripts Seal – Zhuan Clerical Script – Li Shu Standard (Regular) Script – Kai Shu Running Script – Xing Shu Cursive Script and Crazy Cursive – Cao Shu and Kuang Cao
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1. Zhuanshu 篆篆 , Seal script
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2. Lishu , 篆篆 Official script
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3. Kaishu 篆篆 , Regular script
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4. Xingshu 篆篆 , Running script
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5. Caoshu , 篆篆 Cursive script
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Major Calligraphers
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Unformatted text preview: • *Wang Xizhi (321 – 379) Qian Xuan (1235-1301). The Calligrapher Wang Xizhi Watching Geese . Detail of a handscroll. Ink and color on paper. Yuan dynasty. (Sullivan, 8.5) The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Attributed to Wang Xizhi. The Lanting Preface (Preface to the Orchid Pavilion). Tang dynasty copy. Palace Museum, Beijing. (Sullivan, 5.6 and refer to pages 103-105)...
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