At My Father’s Grave I Remember T’ang Dynasty Calligraphies

Issue #101
Winter 2006-07
Dispatched with a worn brush, the cursive writing of poet Xaian Shu possessed heroic spirit. His calligraphy’s balanced characters pointed to diligent study. Scholar, poet, Mi Fu’s idiosyncratic running characters wrote of living in peaceful times before the Mongols roared...

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