"Calligrapher" Chinese-English Dictionary

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  Calligrapher
 shū fǎ jiā calligrapher
 shū míng name of a book / reputation as calligrapher
 Sū Shì Su Shi (1037-1101), also known as Su Dongpo 蘇東坡|苏东坡[Su1 Dong1 po1] northern Song Dynasty writer and calligrapher / one of the Three Su father and sons 三蘇|三苏[San1 Su1] and one of the Eight Giants of Tang and Song Prose 唐宋八大家[Tang2 Song4 Ba1 Da4 jia1]
 Sū Dōng pō Su Dongpo, another name for Su Shi 蘇軾|苏轼 / (1037-1101), northern Song writer and calligrapher
 shǒu bǐ sth written or painted in one's own hand / (of a writer, calligrapher or painter) skill / style / hand / (fig.) style shown in spending money, handling business etc / scale
 shū huà jiā calligrapher and painter
 Wáng Xī zhī Wang Xizhi (303-361), famous calligrapher of Eastern Jin, known as the sage of calligraphy 書聖|书圣
 Lǐ Sī Li Si (c. 280-208 BC), Legalist philosopher, calligrapher and prime minister of Qin kingdom and Qin dynasty from 246 to 208 BC
 Cáo Pī Cao Pi (187-226), second son of Cao Cao 曹操, king then emperor of Cao Wei 曹魏 / from 220, ruled as Emperor Wen 魏文帝, also a noted calligrapher
 Cáo Zhí Cao Zhi (192-232), son of Cao Cao 曹操, noted poet and calligrapher
 Huáng Tíng jiān Huang Tingjian (1045-1105), Song poet and calligrapher
 Yán Zhēn qīng Yan Zhenqing (709-785), a leading calligrapher of the Tang Dynasty
 Mǐ Fú Mi Fu (1051-1107), Song poet and calligrapher
 Gōng Zì zhēn Gong Zizhen (1792-1841), Chinese man of letters, calligrapher and poet
 Liǔ Gōng quán Liu Gongquan (778-865), Tang calligrapher
 Yú Shì nán Yu Shi'nan (558-638), politician of Sui and early Tang periods, poet and calligrapher, one of Four Great Calligraphers of early Tang 唐初四大家[Tang2 chu1 Si4 Da4 jia1]
 Cáo Cāo Cao Cao (155-220), famous statesman and general at the end of Han, noted poet and calligrapher, later warlord, founder and first king of Cao Wei 曹魏, father of Emperor Cao Pi 曹丕 / the main villain of novel the Romance of Three Kingdoms 三國演義|三国演义
 Zhāng Xù Zhang Xu (probably early 8th century), Tang dynasty poet and calligrapher, most famous for his grass script 草書|草书
 shū jì extant work of a calligrapher
 Lǐ Yīng rú Li Yingru (1913-1989), calligrapher and writer, author of many novels about the war as seen by the communists
 Yáng Níng shì Yang Ningshi (873-954) calligrapher of 5 dynasties period between Tang and Song
 rùn gé scale of fee payment for a painter, calligrapher or writer
 Wáng Zhù Wang Zhu (-c. 990), Song calligrapher and writer
 Zhù Yǔn míng Zhu Yunming (1460-1526), Ming dynasty calligrapher
 Zhù Zhī shān Zhu Zhishan (1460-1526), Ming calligrapher and poet, one of Four great southern talents of the Ming 江南四大才子
 bǐ tì (poorly paid) ghostwriter or substitute calligrapher
 Cài Xiāng Cai Xiang (1012-1067), Song calligrapher
 Sū Zhé Su Zhe (1039-1112), northern Song writer and calligrapher / one of 三苏 / and one of 唐宋八大家
 Yuán Jué Yuan Jue (1267-1327), Yuan dynasty writer and calligrapher
 Zhōng Yáo Zhong Yao (151-230), minister of Cao Wei 曹魏 / and noted calligrapher, said to have developed the regular script 楷书
 Féng Wǔ Feng Doubo or Feng Wu (1672-), calligrapher of the Ming-Qing transition / also called 馮竇伯|冯窦伯[Feng2 Dou4 bo2]
 Féng Dòu bó Feng Doubo or Feng Wu (1672-), calligrapher of the Ming-Qing transition / also called 馮武|冯武[Feng2 Wu3]
 Zhōng Yáo Zhong Yao (151-230), minister of Cao Wei 曹魏[Cao2 Wei4] and noted calligrapher, said to have developed the regular script 楷書|楷书[kai3 shu1]
 Dǒng Yáng zī Grace Tong (Tong Yangtze) (1942-), Taiwanese calligrapher
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