中秋帖(Mid-autumn Manuscript), was one of the "Three Rarities" in the Qianlong Emperor's (r. 1736-1795) collection. It has twenty-two Chinese characters(中秋不复不得相还为即甚省如何然胜人何庆等大军) in cursive script (cao shu) in three lines and no signature.
崔瑗(Cui Yuan) (77–142 or 78–143 AD) was a noted calligrapher of the Han Dynasty (202 BC–220 AD) in China. His treatise Caoshu Shi (‘The Style of the Cursive Script’) is said to be the earliest written work that touches on the subject of aesthetic imagery Chinese calligraphy.
Huai Su (simplified Chinese: 怀素; traditional Chinese: 懷素; pinyin: Huái Sù, 737–799), courtesy name Cangzhen (藏真), was a Buddhist monk and calligrapher of the Tang Dynasty, famous for his cursive calligraphy. Less than 10 pieces of his works have survived.
蘇東坡 (1036-1101), aka So Shoku 蘇軾. His Chinese name was Su Dongpo 蘇東坡. Chinese, cursive script Orchard Pavilion Preface (Lanting xu) in cursive script (Ch = caoshu). Handscroll, ink on paper. Dated +1629, by Gui Changshi (+1574–1645).