Liu Yuhong, male, born in September 1964, graduated from the Philosophy Department of Renmin University of China and now works in the Institute of Literature of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. His works have been selected for the “China Old Districts and Counties Calligraphy and Painting Exhibition”, “China Welcomes the Return of Hong Kong Calligraphy and Painting Exhibition”, “Fifty Years of Chinese Cultural Relics” and so on. Hundred Characters”, “National Gift Emerald”, “Witness to the Founding” and other books published. in the Chinese World” and dozens of other news media to promote his calligraphy works. presided over the completion of the first “Chinese emperor’s scroll” (200 meters long scroll). He is now a member of the Forbidden City Calligraphy and Painting Association of the National Palace Museum, a member of the Chinese Calligraphy and Painting Collectors Association, and an artist member of the Chinese Calligraphy and Painting Art Committee for life.
Liu Yuhong has inherited the tradition of calligraphy and has studied the works of famous artists throughout the ages, and has been deeply influenced by the Wei Tablet. His calligraphy is rigorous in structure, warm and strong, weighty and harmonious, square and round, and crisp in the atmosphere. In recent years, he has specialized in the study of dragon culture, and has systematically explored the shape of dragons throughout the ages, starting with the oracle bone and stone drum inscriptions, and has created the “Hundred Dragon Scrolls”. He is a contemporary Chinese calligrapher with a deep traditional background.
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