(simplified Chinese: 怀素; traditional
Chinese: 懷素; pinyin: Huáisù
, 737–799), courtesy
(藏真), was a Buddhist
monk and calligrapher
- The artists
are: 1 Sun Guoting; 2, 3 Huaisu
; 4 Yan Zhenqing; 5 Zhao Mengfu; 6, 7 Zhu Zhishan; 8 anonymous. Huaisu
(Chinese: 懷素自叙帖) is a representative Chinese calligraphy
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...
calligraphy, and the younger
"drunk" monk Huaisu
who also excelled
at illegible cursive
calligraphy. ****anese calligraphers...
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
such as Zhang
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
poet, "the unfettered, convention-defying...
: Fascination, cover
8, 9 June 1928...