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Calligraphy

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Lucy Holland

on 24 May 2010

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Transcript of Calligraphy

an art form
It is one of the highly revered
Chinese arts.

Calligraphers are highly respected. calligraphy Styles seal
standard
clerical
semi-cursive
cursive Calligraphy is said to be highly
revealing of one's personality. Unlike western calligraphy, stray blots and dry brush
marks are viewed as ornamental and a form of expression. It is a form of mental exercise. It is a coordination of body and mind. Calligraphers have historically been noted for their longevity. calligraphy originated in China and spread to the rest of east asia. calligraphy has existed for four to five
thousand years. tools of the trade
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