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Cursive Script (Seven-syllable Verse)
ewhamuse12. Cursive Script
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Why this is a
Masterpiece

Yi believed that inner energy and vitality were more important than artistic elegance, a philosophy that was greatly appreciated by scholars and calligraphers of his time.

History of the Object
Yi Gwang-sa (1705-1777) developed a style of Korean calligraphy based on the works of the Chinese calligrapher Wang His-chih (307-365).

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Type
Calligraphy 
Materials
Ink on Paper 
Measurements
Width:70.2cm, Height:191.2cm 
Creator name
Yi Gwang-sa  
Creator date
1705~1777 
Where it was made
 
Geography
Korea 
Time period
AD 18th century ~ AD 18th century 
Creation date
Joseon, 18th century C.E. 
Function
Calligraphy  
Acquisition
Purchased in 1955  
Copyright
Ewha Womans University Museum  
Acknowledgements
Ewha Womans University Museum, Engagement with Korean Art : 100 Masterpieces from the Ewha Womans University Museum, Seoul, 2007  
Owner
Ewha Womans University Museum 
Museum
Ewha Womans University Museum 
Credit line
Ewha Womans University Museum  

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