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Volume 159, 20232023 International Conference on Language and Cultural Communication (ICLCC 2023)
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|23 February 2023
Chinese Calligraphy: An Ancient Art in the Modern Era
Georgetown Preparatory school, MD 20852, USA
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Chinese calligraphy is an ancient character writing art. It germinated in the Shang Dynasty, reached its peak in the Tang Dynasty, and did not form a new calligraphy style for more than one thousand years. There are many similarities between Chinese calligraphy and western painting, including similarities in abstraction and symbolism. When the country went through the modernization of the 20th century, the western influence gradually increased, and the Chinese calligraphy art gradually formed new art forms such as hard pen calligraphy. At the same time, calligraphy art has also inspired and influenced the formation and development of western modern art in varying degrees since the 20th century. In the future, Chinese calligraphy will fully absorb the essence of western art, making this ancient art full of new vitality.
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