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The Research on the Art of the Standard Style of Chinese Handwriting
Wan- fun -Lin
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This thesis, titled as “The Research on the Art of the Standard Style of Chinese Handwriting ,” deals with the formation, development and evolution of the standard style from the angle of history and aesthetics, and at the same time presents some creative works as the essence of the research. The art of Chinese standard handwriting has a long history. Those who intend to study it may start from tradition and try to find out the spirit, structure, method, content, and the beauty of its bourn, and then derive from tradition the spirit corresponding to modern standard style. Without a doubt, tradition is the foundation of innovation. However, although tradition can be altered, it cannot be discarded. For example, although the Chinese standard handwriting in Tang Dynasty has its own methodology, it turns out that there are a variety of different styles evolving from it, including Ou, Yu, Chu, Hsueh, Yen, and Liu. For those writers of calligraphy in Tang Dynasty, the length, size, position, density, and thickness of Chinese characters are dynamic rather than static. No wonder Meng-tsu once said,” Without a standard, there won’t be squares and circles.” Therefore, I affirm that the creation and research of Chinese standard handwriting should be based on the creed, “Tradition is the foundation of innovation.” Based on the experience from my teaching and my creation, this thesis will explore the artof Chinese standard handwriting.
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