C73 何绍基·隶书及行书对联

 

He Shao Ji · Li Shu and Xing Shu couplet

朝代:清(公元1644年-公元1911年)

名称:何绍基隶书及行楷对联
作者:何绍基(公元1799年-公元1873年)
简介:
何绍基是晚清书坛最有影响的书法家之一,其书法成就极高,早年师法颜真卿,后学北朝碑刻,至60 岁始写篆、隶。其楷书取颜字结体之宽博,而无疏阔之气,同时亦掺入了北朝碑刻以及欧阳询、欧阳通书法险峻茂密之特点,并有《张黑女墓志》和《道因碑》之神气,从而使其书法不同凡响。

 

书体:隶书、楷书

Dynasty: Qing (1644 – 1911)

Calligrapher: He Shao Ji (1799 – 1873)

Overview: He Shao Ji was one of the most influential calligraphers of late Qing Dynasty. His calligraphy prowess is simply legendary. He honed his calligraphy skills by studying Yan Zhen Qing’s calligraphy distinction. He later enriched his scholarly portfolio with ancient epigraphy (eg. calligraphy on the stone or tablet) dating back to the Northern Dynasties. His lifelong learning aspirations took him to another level, mastering ‘Zhuan Shu’ and ‘Li Shu’ calligraphy at the age of 60. His ‘Kai Shu’ is principally driven by Yan Zhen Qing’s school of thought. He’s calligraphy may look ‘expansive’ at first glance, but it is cleverly presented within the confines of a written visual art. The incorporation of the Northern Dynasties inspired stone inscriptions makes his calligraphy artwork even more distinctive. This is further enriched with the Ou Yang Xun and Ou Yang Tong calligraphy styles where ‘dense’ writing and ‘proximity’ alignment are the highlights. If you study He’s calligraphy closely, you would find the spirit of ‘Zhang He Nǚ Mu Zhi” and “Dao Yin Bei. All these qualities make He’s calligraphy exceptional. 

Calligraphy Style: Kai Shu

 

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