Cui Zhendong calligraphy and painting calligraphy works hand-written hanging painting living room teahouse Su Dongpo sixteen pleasures of life

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Su Dongpo sixteen pleasures of life morning half wick tea fragrance;Wu tired one rattan pillow;Cui Zhendong, male, born in Wei County, Shandong Province in December 1941.Her pen name is Donglai.Calligrapher.He used to be the vice chairman of Qingdao Working Committee of Shandong Hard Brush Calligrapher’s Association. Now he is the creative member of Culture and Art Market Research Center of Chinese Academy of Arts, and a member of Qingdao Calligrapher’s Association.He has been interested in calligraphy since he was a child. For many years, he has extensively studied and practiced calligraphy and famous works of various masters. His skillful skills, unique artistic views and cultural accomplishment have laid a solid foundation for his calligraphy creation.In recent years, he has made new artistic achievements, and has paid painstaking efforts and sweat for the inheritance and development of Chinese calligraphy, the progress and liberation of calligraphy.In his fine works of calligraphy, he not only absorbs the “Athens simplicity” of the brush, but also shows the unique “gas of stone and stone” of the hard brush. The bold originality and play of his works show the strong artistic appeal and vitality of calligraphy, which has exerted a certain influence on the Chinese and foreign painting circles, and is highly appraised by experts.His works and papers have won many awards in international, national, provincial and municipal competitions and exhibitions, and collected many books and pictures such as “World Contemporary Famous Calligraphers and Painters Authentic Works Exhibition Ceremony”.The biography was collected and published in the dictionary of Chinese and Foreign calligraphers and painters, the dictionary of world Contemporary Calligraphers and seal carvers, the Who’s who of World Chinese Literature and art circles, the Son of the East and other dictionaries.Calligraphy works have been published in newspapers and periodicals for many times, and spread to Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, Southeast Asia, Europe and the United States by international friends, exhibitions and collections.3000+ pieces of works, one picture for one object, including original calligraphy works of various sizes, fonts and styles