Calligraphy is the art of beautiful handwriting. The word comes from the Greek καλλι (kalli) from καλλος (kallos) - beauty, and γραφια (graphia) from γραφειν (graphein) - to write.
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Chinese and Japanese ink painting and calligraphy project
Information about calligraphy from East Asia, mainly Chinese and Japanese
Calligraphy in English that looks like Chinese characters
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Information about calligraphy and collections of links
The Calligraphy and Lettering Arts Society (CLAS)
The Society of Scribes - a New York based non-profit educational organization which promotes the
study, teaching and practice of calligraphy and related disciplines.
The Calligraphy Centre
Calligraphy Art Gallery
Calligraphy, Lettering Art and Artist Books - contains many galleries from
various calligraphers, lettering and book artists
All About the Unique Art of Writing: Calligraphy
Schreibereien.de - calligraphy gallery (in German)
The Painted Word - an online calligraphy project by Julie Sparks to create
two illuminated manuscript pages, one in Latin and one in Greek, using
calligraphic alphabets from the medieval period and interlinear text in English.
Mary Koperdraat Kalligrafie (in Dutch)
Taj Mahal Calligraphy - information about the calligraphy on the Taj Mahal
Written Letters by Dominica - calligraphy in a range of styles and languages
The History of Chinese Calligraphy
If you need to type in many different languages, the Q International Keyboard can help. It enables you to type almost any language that uses the Latin, Cyrillic or Greek alphabets, and is free.
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