WEI BEI 魏碑 Chinese calligraphy (General Introduction – Part 1)

top chinese calligraphy http://www.art-virtue.com/styles/kai/index.htm#5 魏碑 (“Wei Bei”), a subset of Chinese calligraphy Kai Shu styles, is generally regarded as one of the best art forms for training the technical requirements of different Chinese calligraphy styles and Chinese painting genres. The great 張大千 (Zhang Da-Chian / Pinyin: Zhang Daqian) was renowned for his Wei Bei style calligraphy and often inscribed his Chinese paintings with his own calligraphy.

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One Response to “WEI BEI 魏碑 Chinese calligraphy (General Introduction – Part 1)”

  1. artvirtue says:

    I practice running …
    I practice running and walking styles based on the basics and foundations of Kai Shu. Many Chinese often say we cannot learn how to run and walk without being able to sit (referring to Kai Shu) first. In those writings, sometimes (but not always) slower speeds are more difficult than the faster ones.

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