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It’s universally available, it’s affordable, and it can be as simple as a note scrawled on a postcard or as complex as a work of calligraphy.

The paper is suitable for calligraphy pens, brush and ball pens, acrylic colors, watercolor, and more.

Notable notebooks for writing and drawingPopSci Commerce TeamSeptember 17, 2020Popular Science

Legouv, in his exquisite way, tells a charming story of how he astonished a little girl by excelling her in calligraphy.

Human IntercoursePhilip Gilbert Hamerton

The boy took little interest in his new work, but showed some aptitude for mechanical drawing and calligraphy.

Caruso and Tetrazzini on the Art of SingingEnrico Caruso and Luisa Tetrazzini

His daughter Esther, who married a Scotch minister Kello, became famous for her calligraphy.

Calligraphy, Caligraphy, kal-lig′ra-fi, n. fine penmanship; characteristic style of writing.

I have always been a great admirer of the calligraphy of the Middle Ages, & of the earlier printing which took its place.

It is impossible to give specimens of all the different kinds of Calligraphy.

In China, the arts of poetry and calligraphy are united in the ideographs which form the written language.

Many of its monks excelled as musicians and poets, while others were noted for their skill in calligraphy and the fine arts.

The Glories of IrelandEdited by Joseph Dunn and P.J. Lennox

WORDS RELATED TO CALLIGRAPHY

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