C64 傅山·草书七绝

 

Fu Shan • Cao Shu Qi Jue (The 7-Word Sequence Cursive Script Poetry)

朝代:清(公元1644年-公元1911年)
名称:傅山草书七绝
作者:傅山(公元1607年-公元1684年)
简介:
傅山是明末清初著名学者、书画家、医师。清初官府曾多次隆重礼遇,拜望诱降,他都坚决拒官避居。其书法出自颜真卿,真草均极用力,并总结出“宁拙毋巧,宁丑毋媚,宁支离毋轻滑,宁直率毋安排”之书论。此条幅为晚明书坛之大草代表,其书潇洒飘逸,笔力劲拔而富变化使转纵横,奇姿百态。看似漫不经心,信笔直下,游丝相连,气脉贯通而有节奏。虽含乱头粗服,但有内在之美,虽参差不齐,但有自然之风。正所谓:“真情流露,天趣盎然”。现藏于上海博物馆。
书体:草书

Dynasty: Qing (1644 – 1911)

Calligrapher: Fu Shan (1607 – 1684)

Overview: Fu Shan was a notable scholar, painter, calligrapher and Chinese traditional medicine practitioner of late Ming Dynasty and early Qing Dynasty. Fu Shan was highly valued by the government of Qing Dynasty for his talents. He, however, turned down the offer of assuming an important role in the government, retreating to his home. His calligraphy was strongly inspired Yan Zhen Qing. Fu’s calligraphy impresses with even dynamic strokes. Unpretentious and natural, that is the beauty of the spirit of calligraphy championed by Fu. This masterpiece marks another milestone of late Ming Dynasty as found in the brushstrokes of his calligraphy – casual profile, vigorous yet flexible, and full of surprise elements. It may look insubstantial at first glance, but the seamless rhythm of his calligraphy convinces his critics. In other words, once Fu started it, he was unassailable. He was expressively an unreserved character in promoting the inner beauty of calligraphy. He was frank and open about his calligraphy. He just let his talent take charge of his calligraphy naturally. This masterpiece is now on display at Shanghai Museum.

Calligraphy Style: Cao Shu

 

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