1979 to 1985 Pure Calligraphic Wenzihua

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Huang Yao selected a combination of different scripts, many in pictorial form for the characters to best express the meaning of the title. He then arranged the characters in attractive composition and wrote them in different calligraphic style with varying ink tones for each of the painting. Some of the placements of the inscription of title, signature and chop are unconvertional. The resulting pieces of work look like pictures that are pleasing to the eye. It is for this reason that they are considered as wenzi hua rather than strictly as calligraphy, although they are both writings of Chinese characters with brush and ink.

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