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Brush with greatness

By Yang Feiyue | China Daily | Updated: 2013-09-08 07:34


Brush with greatness

Li is a noted poet as well as a talented calligrapher.

In recent years, Li has focused on innovations in the art of calligraphy, working on the development of theories in the art and education.

Studying various works by famous calligraphers in China's history since he was in his youth, Li maintained a critical eye for magnum opuses and gradually developed his own style.

His works are widely regarded as unassuming and aesthetic, delicate yet in touch with life, and are very popular in China and abroad.

Some have made their way to the United Nations, other places in the United States and Europe.

On the home front, many of his works can be found in newspapers and magazines, and many are enshrined in noted museums or inscribed at tourist attractions for visitors to enjoy and appreciate.

Li has also been invited to Japan and Southeast Asian countries on many occasions for exhibitions and lectures on calligraphy.


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