The very root of the unified Chinese calligraphy can be traced to the seal script, and the strokes used in this script is a wonderful foundation for all the other scripts of calligraphy and painting. The are existing stone tablets dating back to the Qin Dynasty, but again in the Qing Dynasty there was a revival of the seal script, and a number of great calligraphers were born. We have picked out Master Deng Shi Ru 邓石如 (1743-1805) and his work in this listing, to assist you on the seal script journey.
- Buddhism scripture (心经) written by Deng Shi Ru
- Publisher: 北京工艺美术出版社
- Size: about 20cm x 30cm / 8”x12”
- Pages: 24
This book is fully written in Chinese, although the majority of the content is composed of calligraphy characters. The side notes contain the print texts of the same characters.