M13 黄石庵·草书对联

 

Huang Shi An ● A ‘Cao Shu’ Couplet
名称:黃石庵草书对联
作者:黃石庵(公元1903年-公元1990年)
简介:
黄石庵,名子贞,字石庵,原籍广东客家,曾任《马华日报》总编辑,历任马来西亚全国书法赛评审,是马来西亚书艺协会发起人之一兼顾问,曾在新加坡、中国北京中国画研究院等地举行个展,著有《黄石庵书法辑》(1998 年)及《黄石庵书法义展》(2005),一生积极推广书法艺术,为人所敬重。其书由魏碑入手,继而钻研石门、何绍基,最后专心致力于康有为体,字体沉郁古朴,豪迈雄风,是我国近代碑学书法的代表人物。徐悲鸿称其书有南海气,认为黄氏之书风与其同出一家。
书体:草书

Calligrapher: Huang Shi An (1903 – 1990)

Overview: Huang Shi An was born by the names of ‘Zi Zhen’ and ‘Shi An’. He was a Hakka descent from Guang Dong. The distinguished literary figure was the chief editor for Ma Hua Ribao, a prominent judge for the national calligraphy contest and one of the founding members and consultant to Persatuan Seni Tulis Malaysia. Huang’s art exhibitions took to the international stage in Singapore and China (Research Institute of Traditional Chinese Painting in Beijing), for example. Huang’s notable publications include “The Calligraphy of Huang Shi An” (1988) and “The Calligraphy Exhibitions of Huang Shi An” (2005). Huang devoted his life to promoting calligraphy and therefore earned a great deal of respect from the community. He started his calligraphy journey with Northern Wei Dynasty’s tablet inscriptions, followed by other forms of stone-calligraphy. He was inspired by Qing Dynasty’s He Shao Ji, who was a renowned calligrapher, poet and scholar himself. Huang further enriched his calligraphy with Kang You Wei’s attributes. Overall, Huang’s calligraphy presents a classic, vintage profile filled with robust, graceful strokes. He was one of Malaysia’s top-notch calligraphy icons of the modern era. Xu Bei Hong, another remarkable calligrapher, regarded Huang’s calligraphy as something typical of Southeast Asia’s that shares a common spirit between them.  

Calligraphy Style: Cao Shu

 

释文:

笔落惊风雨,诗成泣鬼神

 

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