Calligraphy is the art of Beautiful Writing. It encompasses alphabetic and pictographic languages. Examples of alphabetic languages include Latin, Hebrew, Arabic, and Sanscrit. Principle pictographic languages include Chinese and Japanese.
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Chinese and Japanese calligraphy history and techniques.
Body Breath Brush
The works of Tomoko Kodama, innovative teacher of sumi-e and oriental calligraphy. Explanation of technique and galleries of works by teacher and students.
A brief description of the art of Chinese seal carving
By Siu-Leung Lee. Brush calligraphy is an art unique to asian cultures and one of the four basic skills and disciplines of the Chinese literati. Gallery, styles, links.
Chinese calligraphy guide
Good list of links. A lot of the sites listed are in Chinese.
Chinese Symbols: Pictures or Letters?
Examples of some of the pictographic characters from the early stage of the development of Chinese writing.
Based in New York, she utilizes natural materials, such as tendrils, leaves and thorns which are arranged in a Calligraphic formation.
Dr Xu, Zhi-Hai
Biography of award-winning artist, links to on line galleries of his seal and calligraphy work.
New Mexico studio and gallery offering Chicnes calligraphy classes.
Teaching Chinese Language and Calligraphy
Learning Chinese and calligraphy online or offline.
Wave dancing chinese calligraphy
Presents information about calligraphy, including types of writing and historical masterpieces. Also provides paid services relating to chinese calligraphy.
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