What language does calligraphy come from?
The word calligraphy comes from the Greek kalligraphos. It means beautiful writing. Perhaps the most well-known examples of calligraphy are Arabic. Celtic, and Persian. But among the oldest known calligraphy is Chinese. For Chinese calligraphy has been dated back about 4,500 years.
Tadachika Takada has written: 'Rikutai Senjimon' -- subject(s): Calligraphy, Chinese, Chinese Calligraphy, Chinese Primers, Primers, Chinese 'Gakko happan' -- subject(s): Chinese Inscriptions, Chinese language, Etymology, Inscriptions, Chinese 'Kanji shokai' -- subject(s): Etymology, Japanese language, Chinese language
Islamic calligraphy is a beautiful work of writing that uses the Arabic text as the basis of a written text, therefore, Islamic calligraphy is often called by the Arabic calligraphy. Islamic calligraphy is an art expression implementation Muslim artists from around the world to express their love to God.
Calligraphy is a form of handwriting used and originated in eastern europe. the word calligraphy comes from the greek words kallos graphes meaning beautiful writing. They use a special pen to write calligraphy, there are different types of calligraphy when you write the special pen has to be held at 45 degrees exactly. Calligraphy is those fancy writings. People sometimes take classes to have great handwriting and stuff.
Yee Chiang has written: 'The silent traveller in Edinburgh' -- subject(s): Description, Description and travel 'Chinese calligraphy' -- subject(s): Calligraphy, Chinese, Chinese Calligraphy, Chinese language, Writing 'Lo Cheng' -- subject(s): Children's stories, English 'The silent traveller in New York' -- subject(s): Description and travel 'Some Chinese words to be learnt without a teacher' -- subject(s): Calligraphy, Chinese, Chinese Calligraphy, Chinese characters, Chinese language 'The silent traveller in Boston' 'The Chinese eye' -- subject(s): Appreciation, Chinese…
Chinese calligraphy is prettier, and most of the words in Japanese are from Chinese. Chinese people are smart, they created a wonderful language. love Chinese! ^OMG... Both cultures use the same calligraphy to some extent. The Japanese use a form of calligraphy that's called kanji, or hanja in Korean that uses the same characters as in China...however if you want to get technical they do have their own characters that are more free flowing and…