Rubbing of a stele with calligraphy for “A Poem for General Pei” by Yan Zenqing’s (709-785)

From Brushed in Light: Calligraphy in East Asian Cinema by Markus Nornes

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  • Figure 2.23. Rubbing of a stele with calligraphy for “A Poem for General Pei” by Yan Zenqing’s (709–785), one of the most famous calligraphers in history. A designer borrowed the character for “war” (戦; bottom middle) for the logo of Red Cliff 2 (Chi bi Part II: Jue han tian xia, 2009; fig. 2.22). Courtesy of the Taito City Calligraphy Museum.