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- Huaisu (simplified Chinese: 怀素; traditional Chinese: 懷素; pinyin: Huáisù, 737–799), courtesy name Zangzhen (藏真), was a Buddhist monk and calligrapher of...
- The artists are: 1 Sun Guoting; 2, 3 Huaisu; 4 Yan Zhenqing; 5 Zhao Mengfu; 6, 7 Zhu Zhishan; 8 anonymous. Huaisu Wang Xizhi Wang Xianzhi Wen Zhengming...
- Huaisu's Autobiography (Chinese: 懷素自叙帖) is a representative Chinese calligraphy work written by the renowned Tang dynasty Chinese calligrapher Huaisu...
- be known as 張顛 (Zhang the Madman). He is often paired with the younger Huaisu as the two greatest cursive calligraphers of the Tang Dynasty. The duo is...
- famous for creating wild illegible calligraphy, and the younger "drunk" monk Huaisu who also excelled at illegible cursive calligraphy. ****anese calligraphers...
- Yangbing 李陽冰 (721/2–785) Zhang Xu 張旭 (658–747) Yan Zhenqing 顏眞卿 (709–785) Huaisu 懷素 (737–799) Liu Gongquan 柳公權 (778–865) Du Mu 杜牧 (803–852) Yang Ningshi...
- seventh Twelver Shī‘ah Imam (b. 745) Eric, duke of Friuli Gerold, Alamannian nobleman Huaisu, Chinese Buddhist monk (b. 737) Osbald, king of Northumbria...
- modeled their work on the sōsho style of calligraphers such as Zhang Xu, Huaisu and Mi Fu. In terms of wayō, Konoe Iehiro contributed many fine kana works...
- free spirit," comparing him to the eighth-century Chinese calligrapher Huaisu and to the foremost Tang dynasty poet, "the unfettered, convention-defying...
- Huaisu: Fascination, cover of issue 8, 9 June 1928...