Proceedings of the 2016 2nd International Conference on Education Technology, Management and Humanities Science

A New Discussion on the Significance of Calligraphy History of Wang Zhu

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Jie Li
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Jie Li
Available Online January 2016.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/etmhs-16.2016.78How to use a DOI?
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Calligraphy circles of in early Song dynasty; Wang Zhu; Courtyard body; Chunhua Ge tie
Abstract
The influential calligraphers at the beginning of Song Dynasty are very few. The emperorsin early Song dynasty knew that artistic heights and deep connotation of calligraphy of Two Wangs, especially the calligraphy of Wang Xizhi. The most prominent phenomenon in the calligraphy history in the early Song dynasty is the appointment of Wang Zhu as the Imperial Academy Shishu by Song Taizong. With its excellent calligraphy ability, Wang Zhu made outstanding contribution to early Song Dynasty calligraphy and had profound influences on after time. However, due to the disadvantages of courtyard bodycalligraphy and the faults ofinscribedChunhua Ge tie, the evaluation of Wang Zhu is not unfair. Further studies are necessary to evaluate the significance of calligraphy history of Wang Zhu.
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Proceedings
2016 2nd International Conference on Education Technology, Management and Humanities Science
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Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research
Publication Date
January 2016
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978-94-6252-160-5
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2352-5398
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