C67 邓石如节录篆书弟子职

 

Deng Shi Ru · A calligraphy piece on Zi Di Zhi (Rules of Obedience for the Juniors)
朝代:清(公元1644年-公元1911年)
名称:邓石如节录篆书弟子职
作者:邓石如(公元1743年-公元1805年)
简介:
邓石如是清代书法金石学家和文坛泰斗、经学宿儒,此幅篆书《弟子职》书法,是作者去世前一年(即嘉庆龙飞九年)所书,当时邓石如六十二岁。就其自身而言,亦是最成熟之作,无论运笔结字,已到人书俱老,是邓石如最为得意的作品之一。
书体:篆书

Dynasty: Qing (1644 – 1911)

Calligrapher: Deng Shi Ru (1743 – 1805)

Overview: Deng Shi Ru was the multi-feathered icon of the Qing Dynasty for his unsurpassed command of calligraphy, epigraphy and literature. His well-learned knowledge and skills earned him the reputation of being one of the greatest scholars of that era. The typical calligraphy patterns found in ‘Zi Di Zhi’ are classified as ‘Zhuan Shu’. He wrote it a year prior to his death, at the age of 62. Scholars deem it the most mature work by Deng, in terms of calligraphy strokes, penmanship, width and thinning, angle and fixation. This masterpiece echoes he had reached the peak and therefore it is believed to be the most satisfying work by Deng himself.  

Calligraphy Style: Zhuan Shu

 

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