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《Journal of National Museum of China》 2015-10
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Variations of Seal Script in Song Dynasty

Lu Xuefei;  
Seal script of the Song dynasty has attracted little attention among scholars. The current author reviews extensive historical documents to explore variations of seal script in the Song dynasty and makes fair comments on the historical value of Song dynasty seal script. Song seal script is largely a continuation of previous seal script,especially that represented by Li Si and Li Yangbing,with distinct style of its own. Song calligraphers,who rediscovered the artistic value of large seal script [dazhuan],developed a mysterious decorative script,which is regarded as a variation of large seal script. With more emphasis on variations of strokes,some calligraphers,including Mi Fu,pioneered an emotional presentation of seal script through the modification of strokes and structure. Innovations during the Song had vitalized the seal script and inspired calligraphers in later generations. A group of creative seal script calligraphers active during the Song guaranteed the continued development of seal script in the following 300 years. Therefore,it is justifiable to regard Song dynasty as an important stage for the development of seal script.
【CateGory Index】: J292.1
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