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龍 (龙) Dragon Cursive Chinese

龍 (龙) Dragon Cursive Chinese

Chinese Art | Three poems by Du Fu in wild-cursive script | F1980.21

Chinese Art | Three poems by Du Fu in wild-cursive script | F1980.21

The origin of Chinese character "安" (peace, calm, stability) and its script evolution.  From the top to the bottom: Oracle Bone script, Inscription script, Small Seal script, Official script, Regular script (KaiTi), Cursive script, Running script (handwriting)

The origin of Chinese character "安" (peace, calm, stability) and its script evolution. From the top to the bottom: Oracle Bone script, Inscription script, Small Seal script, Official script, Regular script (KaiTi), Cursive script, Running script (handwriting)

Chinese script (from the oldest to the latest):   Oracle Bone script,  Inscription script,  Small Seal script,  Official script,  Regular script (KaiTi),  Cursive script,  Running script (handwriting)

Chinese script (from the oldest to the latest): Oracle Bone script, Inscription script, Small Seal script, Official script, Regular script (KaiTi), Cursive script, Running script (handwriting)

SHEN ZENGZHI (1850~1922)CALLIGRAPHY IN CURSIVE SCRIPT Ink on paper, fan leaf 55.5×20cm 沈曾植(1850~1922) 草書 臨帖 紙本 扇頁 識文:常此憂悶,為其有勞也,冬熟將船取米物,必寄千斛,乃可濟也,藥物十月內,亦採取之。還人不復耳,三月一日報,圓而能轉,字字有節,同東東林之舞也。 款識:志勳仁兄雅屬,寐叟。 鈐印:蘭亭(朱)

SHEN ZENGZHI (1850~1922)CALLIGRAPHY IN CURSIVE SCRIPT Ink on paper, fan leaf 55.5×20cm 沈曾植(1850~1922) 草書 臨帖 紙本 扇頁 識文:常此憂悶,為其有勞也,冬熟將船取米物,必寄千斛,乃可濟也,藥物十月內,亦採取之。還人不復耳,三月一日報,圓而能轉,字字有節,同東東林之舞也。 款識:志勳仁兄雅屬,寐叟。 鈐印:蘭亭(朱)

Calligraphy in Cursive Style, 1600s Yueshan Daozong (Chinese, 1629-1709) handscroll; ink on paper, Image: 28.60 x 64.10 cm

Calligraphy in Cursive Style, 1600s Yueshan Daozong (Chinese, 1629-1709) handscroll; ink on paper, Image: 28.60 x 64.10 cm

Autobiography (自叙帖) by Huai Su (懷素, c. 737-799), a small fragment of 755 cm long scroll, Tang dynasty; 唐朝, 618 – 907)

Autobiography (自叙帖) by Huai Su (懷素, c. 737-799), a small fragment of 755 cm long scroll, Tang dynasty; 唐朝, 618 – 907)

Calligraphy by Sun Yueban (Chinese, Qing Dynasty, 1639-1708), "Poem in Cursive Script," 1639-1708; Indianapolis Museum of Art, Emma Harter Sweetser Fund, 77.218. TRANSLATION: I love the rocky spring waters from this mountain / For its subtle sound at nightfall through empty window. / Even now recalling when "resting with clouds" (seclusion); / Quite naturally, trickling murmurs in my ear.

Calligraphy by Sun Yueban (Chinese, Qing Dynasty, 1639-1708), "Poem in Cursive Script," 1639-1708; Indianapolis Museum of Art, Emma Harter Sweetser Fund, 77.218. TRANSLATION: I love the rocky spring waters from this mountain / For its subtle sound at nightfall through empty window. / Even now recalling when "resting with clouds" (seclusion); / Quite naturally, trickling murmurs in my ear.

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