M14 王宓文·行书条幅

 

Wang Fu Wen ● A ‘Xing Shu’ Scroll
名称:王宓文行书条幅
作者:王宓文(公元1903年-公元1972年)
简介:
王宓文,原籍江苏省泰县,字艺初,号惕斋,早年毕业于南京高等师范学校及东南大学(中央大学前身)英文系,曾任马来亚教育部华教总视学官、印尼泗水华侨中学校长、新山宽柔中学校长,是我国知名教育家和学者。著有《王宓文先生烬余稿惕斋文存》。其书法先学汉隶,也学过唐代欧阳询碑。他那以唐代颜真卿书体为根基,宛如清代何绍基布白的行草书是具有卓越不群的脱俗笔力。风骨劲逸,意气超拔。
书体:行书

Calligrapher: Wang Fu Wen (1903 – 1972)

Overview: Wang Fu Wen was originally from Tai District, Jiang Su Province, with a birth name and nickname of Yi Chu and Ti Zhai respectively. He was a graduate of Nanjing University and Southeast University (formerly known as National Central University), majoring in English Language. Wang was the Chinese Education supervisor of Malaysia’s Education Ministry, principal of Surabaya (Indonesia) Overseas Chinese High School, and principal of Foon Yew High School in Johor Bahru. Wang was a renowned educationist and scholar across Malaysia. TwoOne of his notable publications is ‘The Ti Zhai Prose Compilation by Wang Fu Wen’. Wang’s calligraphy was initially inspired by the Li style of Han Dynasty and later enriched his calligraphy knowledge with Ouyang Xun’s tablet calligraphy of Tang Dynasty. Wang’s calligraphy foundation was generally based on the style of Tang Dynasty’s Yan Zhen Qing. He also drew inspiration from Qing Dynasty’s He Shao Ji, in terms of character composition and layout for his Xing Shu calligraphy. Resolute and distinctive, his calligraphy exudes a strong sense of vigour and elegance.

Calligraphy Style: Xing Shu

释文:

未忍出山去苍茫立水涯

残碑扪藓迹废院访梅花

 

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