M06 孔翔泰·行书四条屏

 

Kong Xiang Tai ● ‘Xing Shu’ Calligraphy On A Four-Partition Wall
名称:孔翔泰行书四条屏
作者:孔翔泰(公元1896年-公元1969年)
简介:
孔翔泰,原籍江苏宜兴。书法家。曾在教育界服务近四十年,在教师职工会任要职。1926 年南渡在槟城从事美术教育工作。任教钟灵中学多年,后受聘于双溪大年新民中学。书法深受北马人士喜爱,当时以至现在许多学生亦喜临习其书体,人称之为“孔体”。字形以横扁为基调,又具端严精劲,坚挺而不霸捍,线条流畅深沉,提按转折自然清晰,是体现北碑书系化为行书生动朴实的风貌。
书体:行书

Calligrapher: Kong Tai Xiang (1896 – 1969)

Overview: Kong Tai Xiang’s ancestral roots lead to Yi Xing, Jiang Su. Kong dedicated his life to education for nearly forty years. He held important posts in teachers’ union. He set foot on Penang in 1926, devoting himself to the teaching of art. He was a long-time teacher at Chung Ling High School (Penang) prior to his posting to Sin Min School in Sungai Petani (Kedah). Kong’s calligraphy was a subject of pursuit among people of the northern region particularly. His calligraphy remains popular among students these days where it serves as a favourite reference source. His calligraphy style is affectionately labelled ‘Kong’ style. Kong’s calligraphy goes against the thick-stroked convention. He amazed the calligraphy fraternity with his unique, slim strokes. Well composed and vigorous, his calligraphy appears to be fluent, graceful and well-proportioned with indigenous presses and twists. His ‘Xing Shu’ calligraphy embodies the seal-carving calligraphy structure of the ancient Northern Dynasties, with a vibrant yet restrained manner. 

Calligraphy Style: Xing Shu

 

释文:

人不知道则所知者不出于耳

目之外耳目之所接者谓之常

耳目之所不接者谓之怪 怪则

辩之常则轻之抑不知耳之所

闻者声耳而声声者初未尝

闻目之所见者形耳而形形者

初未尝见录东来博议句

世毅先生正之     翔泰

 

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