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  • n. Plural form of calligraphy.


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  • "The Art of Dissent in 17th-Century China: Masterpieces of Ming Loyalist Art from the Chih Lo Lou Collection" brings together 63 landscape paintings and calligraphies from the traumatic moment when the nearly 300-year-old Ming dynasty collapsed.

    Quiet Expressions of Ming Protest

  • There were calligraphies of what may have been love.


  • Some of the newer, more modern calligraphies are sooo cool.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Its aim is "to study inscriptions, calligraphies and writings in the world throughout the ages, from the pre-dynastic period up to the digital age."

    Creating, Managing & Pres. Dig. Assets: The Library of Alexandria

  • This is the first attempt to have a digital library of Islamic inscriptions, writings and calligraphies which makes it very unique.

    Creating, Managing & Pres. Dig. Assets: The Library of Alexandria

  • DiaoYuCheng Translated: Fishing Village/City has many beautiful/poetic calligraphies craved into the solid rock, as well as many statues of Buddha – both intact and obviously destroyed – including a great sleeping Buddha.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • The briefest calligraphies poise against color rippling with daring smears.

    An Intimate Exhibition

  • What, can you imagine, made dear little Miss Pimpernell's lengthy missive -- scribed as it was in the most puzzling of calligraphies -- of so engrossing an interest, that I read it again and again; valuing it more than all her previous budgets of parish gossip put together, entertaining as I thought them before?

    She and I, Volume 2 A Love Story. A Life History.

  • The music was vibrating the thin rice-paper calligraphies on my mahogany-colored wall.

    The Fresh Loaf

  • All kinds of calligraphies and scripts tell stories, poems, classics, reports from around the Empire.



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