Web Resources - Calligraphy
There are many online resources for people interested in calligraphy.
The Kennedy Center: ArtsEdge
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
Freer/Sackler: The Smithsonian’s Museums of Asian Art
While this exhibit showcases more than just calligraphy, much of the art in the collection is calligraphic in nature.
Calligraphy in Japan & China: Japanese Calligraphy
Library of Congress: Prints and Photographs Division Library of Congress.
Users can find calligraphic sources by using Library of Congress Subject Headings.
The Fountain Pen Network
The Fountain Pen Network.
This website is a network of fountain and dip pen enthusiasts with in-depth information on calligraphic alphabets, equipment, and techniques. The forum is often visited by well-known, professional calligraphers.
The Chinese Calligraphist
The Chinese Calligraphy Online Resource & Shop.
The Chinese Calligraphist was founded by a Chinese woman who was taught calligraphy from a young age by a Chinese artist. While the site is an online shop, there are resources (such as a blog) that provide information on (and links to) calligraphy-related websites and other resources.
Richard Harrison Collection of Calligraphy and Lettering
San Francisco Public Library.
Calligraphy: The Art of Writing
This website has excellent resources for Old English, Custom, and Modern Calligraphy styles.