Calligraphy - Eastern Asian Calligraphy

Eastern Asian Calligraphy

Jiǎgǔwén Jīnwén Dàzhuàn Xiǎozhuàn Lìshū Cǎoshū Xíngshū Kǎishū (trad) Kǎishū (simp)
Main articles: Chinese calligraphy, Japanese calligraphy, and Korean calligraphy See also: Chinese characters

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Calligraphers - Eastern Asian Calligraphy - Influences
... By example, Japanese calligraphy go out of the set of CJK strokes to also include local alphabets such as hiragana and katakana, with specific problematics such as new curves and moves ... In the case of Korean calligraphy, the Hangeul and the existence of the circle required the creation of a new technique which usually confuses Chinese calligraphers ... The existence of temporary calligraphy is also to notice, which is a practice of water-only calligraphy on the floor which, indeed, dry out within minutes ...

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