"Calligraphy exemplifies what I feel is the semi-abstract nature of Chinese art. The form of every character exists, and therefore the calligrapher cannot make a new image; the characters have existed for thousands of years. What calligraphers can do is express themselves through individual brush stroeks. This is abstract"
- (Michael Knight and Li Huayi, The Monumental Landscapes of Li Huayi, San Francisco: Asia Art Museum, 2004)
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