Cao Baolin, male, Han nationality, born in May 1946 in Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, is a famous calligrapher, calligraphy theorist and scholar in contemporary China. Professor, doctoral supervisor, director of the Calligraphy Research Institute of Jinan University, academic member of China Calligrapher Association, member of Canglang bookstore, vice chairman of international Calligrapher Association, and former vice chairman of Anhui Calligrapher Association. In 1969, he graduated from the Chemical Engineering Department of East China University of chemical technology. He graduated from Peking University in 1981 with a master's degree in ancient Chinese. In 1982, he won the first prize of the first national college students calligraphy competition, and since then, he has become a calligrapher. Participate in major exhibitions and theoretical discussions since the Renaissance of calligraphy. He has won the "National Award" of the fifth national calligraphy exhibition, the first prize of Lanting award, and the second prize (highest prize) of the excellent achievement award of Humanities and social sciences of the Ministry of education. He has published "baoweng collection", "history of Chinese calligraphy · song Liaojin volume", "Chinese calligraphy collection · Cai Xiang, Mi Fu volume", "Chinese calligraphy collection · famous scholar volume of Northern Song Dynasty", "Cao Baolin calligraphy selection", etc. Specialty and research direction: Research on the history of calligraphy, creation of calligraphy art and textual research on ancient inscriptions, etc.
Cao Baolin, male, Han nationality, was born in May 1946 in Jiading, Shanghai. He is a famous calligrapher, calligraphy theorist, scholar, academic member of Chinese Calligrapher Association, and member of Canglang bookstore.
In September 1964, he joined the Department of chemical machinery of East China University of chemical technology,
He joined the Chinese Department of Peking University in October 1978 and studied under Professor Wang Li.
In 1981, he received a master of Arts degree,
1982-1993 worked in the Language Research Institute of Anhui Normal University,
In December 1993, he was transferred to the culture and Art Center of Jinan University, where he was a researcher, director of calligraphy and seal cutting research office, and master's supervisor.
In 2005, he was merged in the art college. Now he is the doctoral supervisor and director of the Calligraphy Institute of Jinan University.
Since childhood, I like painting and calligraphy. I was influenced by my uncle Gu zhenle, but I learned by myself. At the beginning of Xingshu's study of the preface to the holy religion, there was no key point, so it was easy to give up. Zhao Mengfu was transferred to Xingshu, which was a little similar to his appearance.
In 1967, under the guidance of Dai Yaotian, he began to learn from Mi Fu. He worked hard and persevered. Fu and Xi Suhuang go back to the second king. Han Yong's book is a representative calligrapher who inherits the classical style of writing. Gradually reaching the boundless and muddy state.
Since winning the first prize in the first national college students calligraphy competition, his works have been selected into Henan "International Calligraphy Exhibition", the second to ninth national calligraphy works exhibition (the fifth won the "National Award"), and the judges of the second to the Eighth National Youth exhibition, as well as the special calligraphy exhibitions such as walking grass and couplets.
He studied Book History and Book Theory, and participated in several national book review conferences organized by China Book Association. He served as the editorial board member of the Great Dictionary of Chinese calligraphy appreciation and the special editor of the Chinese calligraphy magazine. In the seven volume history of Chinese calligraphy, "Song Liao Jin volume" was compiled, which won the first prize of art book of the Ministry of culture in 2003. He is the main writer of CAI Xiang, Mi Fu and the famous scholars of the Northern Song Dynasty in the complete works of Chinese calligraphy. The collection of baoweng, which was selected in his 20-year paper, won the first prize of the second Lanting prize in theory.