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A rubbing made from a stone engraved with Liu Gongquan’s calligraphy.

Liu Gongquan was a calligrapher of China’s Tang dynasty (618–907 CE). He was also a professor and tutor of the Hanlin Academy for three emperors.

Born during the Tang dynasty (618–907 CE), Liu Gongquan, also known as Liu Chengxuan, was from a family of intellectuals in Yao County in Shaanxi Province. His grandfather and elder brother Liu Gongcuo were well-known

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By |2014-12-16T16:54:31-05:00January 22nd, 2012|Berkshire Encyclopedia of China, Calligraphy, History, Arts, and Culture|Comments Off on LIU Gongquan (Liǔ Gōngquán 柳公权)|Liǔ Gōngquán 柳公权 (LIU Gongquan)

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