Huang Tingjian (traditional Chinese: 黃庭堅; simplified Chinese: 黄庭坚; pinyin: Huáng Tíngjiān; Wade–Giles: Huang T'ing-chien) (1045–1105) was a Chinese artist, scholar, government official, and poet of the Song Dynasty. He is predominantly known as a calligrapher, and is also admired for his painting and poetry. He was one of the Four Masters of the Song Dynasty, and was a younger friend of Su Shi and influenced by his and his friends' practice of literati painting, calligraphy, and poetry.
Detail of Huang Tingjian's calligraphy .
Huang Tingjian is noted for his prodigious talent in terms of his vast knowledge of Classical Chinese poetry and literature. He is famous both for the calligraphy and the poetry of his work "Wind in the Pines Hall", which survives in the Palace Museum, Taipei.
Huang is also regarded as a particularly fine and creative calligrapher of the Song Dynasty. His xingshu (semi-cursive style of script) displays a sharpness and aggression which is instantly recognizable to students of Chinese calligraphy.
Huang Tingjian is considered to be the founder of the Jiangxi school of poetry.
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