C76 杨守敬·行书对联

 

Yang Shou Jing · A ‘Xing Shu’ Couplet

朝代:清(公元1644年-公元1911年)
名称:杨守敬行书对联
作者:杨守敬(公元1839年-公元1915年)
简介:

杨守敬是清末民初著名历史地理学家、 金石学家、目录版本学家、书法家和大 藏书家,其地理学与王念孙、段玉裁的 小学,以及李善兰的算学,同被誉为 清代“三绝”。同时,其书法造诣深厚, 影响远及日本。其书法结体、用笔、造 型多有新意,用笔多中锋,提按节奏分 明,灵活多姿,潇洒而不轻滑,秀美而 不浅俗,一任悠哉,错落有致。也因为 他字右上方倾斜的横势和向左下方飘 出的线条,使作品产生一种特殊的张力 与拙健的飘逸。

书体:行书

Dynasty: Qing (1644 – 1911)

Calligrapher: Yang Shou Jing (1839 – 1915)

Overview: Yang Shou Jing was a notable figure of late Qing Dynasty and early Republic. He was a renowned historian, geologist, epigrapher, bibliographer, calligrapher and book archivist (collector). His geographic knowledge, alongside Qing Dynasty’s Wang Nian Sun and Duan Yu Cai’s philosophy; and mathematician Li Shan Lan, earned him and the rest of them ‘The three most outstanding scholars of Qing Dynasty’. He was also a top-notch calligrapher of that era. His calligraphy carries a profound influence all the way to Japan. Yang’s calligraphy is notable for his creativity in terms of composition, stroking and styling. He was a strong advocate of the inner-strength-driven ‘upright’ stroking technique, with a consistent pattern, tempo and rhythm. At the same time, the overall calligraphy profile has to be nimble and vibrant, casual yet not slipping away from the norms of calligraphy integrity; artistically elegant and rich; fluid and wisely stroked in terms of angle and fixation. Two of his distinct calligraphy characteristics are the tilting right-bound strokes found on the top right corner and the stroke-lines at the bottom left end of each character, thus making his works a versatile masterpiece.  

Calligraphy Style: Xing Shu

 

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