日別アーカイブ: 2019年5月8日

What my teacher left 先生の字

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As I wrote the other day, I haven’t written much about my first calligraphy teacher so far for some reason.

This stone monument shows the name of a Kyoto prefectural park located at the confluence of the Kamo and the Takano rivers.  The letters carved there were by my first teacher.

I think some people may recognize this and feel nostalgic.

I hear he wrote these vigorous letters when he was in his mid-fifties.

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先日書きましたように、何とはなしにこれまでは自分の恩師のことを書きませんでしたが、これも先生の字です。加茂川と高野川の合流地点の京都府立の公園名が書いてあります。これを見て、「ああ、あそこのアレ・・・。懐かしいな」と思う人たちもいらっしゃると思います。

先生が50代半ばだったころの最も活力を感じさせる字だと聞いています。

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