21st century literature calligraphy
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Fragmented text from Plato. Calligraphy, Georgia Angelopoulos
Emily Weathers saved to Calligraphic Arts
American composer (1885-1974), also pianist, arranger, and teacher.
Set of two autograph letters signed, both dated in Syracuse, New York in 1943. One letter has 6 pages and the other 5, each one is 4.9 x 7.8 inches, both in excellent condition.
ALSO INCLUDED are two advertisements for his records.
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Jean de Beauchesne. Type design information compiled and maintained by Luc Devroye.
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Intro to Calligraphy: The Importance of Basic Shapes - Living A Creative Life with Melissa Dinwiddie -
One of the things that creates beauty in formal calligraphy (i.e., calligraphy based on historical models, rather than expressive, experimental, “modern calligraphy”) is consistency. Not only must every “a” be as identical as possible to every other “a,” but the letters in a particular script must feel like they belong together. As if they are members of […]
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The revival of calligraphy in Great Britain at the end of the 19th century was part of a broader artistic reaction against the mechanization of manual crafts. About 1870 the English author, socialist, and artist William Morris turned his attention to the ancient practices of scribes and began to experiment with writing. Using quills, he wrote out and illuminated several manuscripts on parchment and paper; he later became interested in printing, and he established the Kelmscott Press in 1891…
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A quotation from Angela Carter. Italic, walnut ink on watercolour paper.
November 16, 2009 Beverly Hills Adult School Class #9: Today DeAnn demonstrated painting the versals (drawn letters) for our project. ...
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