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[ US /kəˈɫɪɡɹəfɝ/ ]
[ UK /kælˈɪɡɹəfɐ/ ]
  1. someone skilled in penmanship
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How To Use calligrapher In A Sentence

  • The celebrated scholar and calligrapher Ibn Muqla, who served three caliphs of Baghdad as prime minister and died on July 20,941 AD, copied the Quran in the early Naskh style.
  • The papyri also suggest the presence of a wide variety of scholars, philosophers, poets and bibliophiles in Egypt and present examples of book trade, calligraphers and Greek literature in the villages.
  • So, ours will be the only Hamilton documentary with Larry Flynt and Rupert Murdoch, Justice Scalia and women in prison in St. Croix, former Solicitors General and the judge from the People's Court, as well as magicians, calypso singers, calligraphers, and numerous other unusual suspects, all enlisted to tell Hamilton's unusual story. Michael Pack: Rediscovering Alexander Hamilton: A Strange Journey
  • It seems to me that the use of calligraphy is changing, as so many calligraphers are leaning towards fine art.
  • Before the invention of printing, books were produced entirely by hand by a series of painters, calligraphers, and binders.
  • The woman's husband, an unemployed calligrapher, was brought in for questioning but released upon supplying handwriting samples.
  • Most contemporary calligraphers, however, are used to writing with metal pens; they are not used to using quills, cutting them each time they sit down to write.
  • The installation moves from harrowing recordings of emergency calls at the time of the tragedy to lovely images of Beijing-born master calligrapher Gong Fagen at work; there are ghost stories, reconstructions of pre-war Shanghai movies, and flickering images of Pudong, the Shanghai district that has become China's hub of crony capitalism (one economist recently described Shanghai as "the world's most successful Potemkin metropolis" – meaning there is little behind the moneyed facade). Isaac Julien's angel of Morecambe
  • In recent years, the army calligrapher Zhang Jihai is just like a new star suddenly rising, his works is frequently high priced in domestic auction and overwhelming.
  • The project, which brought together the work of 155 poets, visual artists, calligraphers and typographers from Ireland and Scotland, has a distinctly local input with Carlow artist Bridget Flannery among its contributors.
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