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Synonyms for calligraphist

someone skilled in penmanship

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Al Hashemi was trained by popular Kuwaiti calligraphist Mustafa bin Nakhi in the early 70s, following which he learnt the art of calligraphy at the Abdullah Al Salem Secondary School, Kuwait, and graduated in 1979.
She said that she wanted to be a world known calligraphist and it could only be happened if government would organize exhibitions at schools level adding that the government only included sports in extra curricular activities while this type of art was the real back bone of the activities.
The National Exhibition of Calligraphy is a regular feature of PNCA as tribute to the Holy Month of Ramadan and to provide opportunity to the young and master calligraphists to showcase their fresh works.
My father was a calligraphist and he was going to do the plaque for us but he died in May.
To be qualified as a first-degree calligraphist, one must pass a three-step exam that I took successfully.
He belongs to a humble background, and became a calligraphist after metric.
Seyyedeh Soghra Hosseini, calligraphist, said that she has presented 18 tableaux featuring Quranic verses and poems by noted Iranian poets.
A cruise on the Bosphorus, accompanied by a marbling artist, a calligraphist, a Turkish coffee fortune teller and some live music has us sailing past stunning views of both sides of the continent.
Mohammad Al-Qaisi, 27-year-old calligraphist, showed great comfort in using QurAAEanic verses, Hadeeth and prayers in artistic productions.
The Chinese calligraphy is the work of a veteran calligraphist who had inscribed Finet's Chinese name in the previous logo; his graceful yet forceful brushes unleash a sense of balance and dynamism that has been embodied in Finet's culture to achieve long-term growth and success.
Esther (Langlois or) Inglis, the Celebrated Calligraphist.
However, it's a very elaborate work, as if the weaver is a calligraphist.
A Moroccan calligraphist, clad in traditional garb with a crimson fez, was also popular with visitors, as they were keen to let him write out their names in calligraphy.
A Syrian calligraphist Hassan Alhaj Ali offered an introduction to the six different schools of calligraphy scripts popular in the Arab world.
Famous Saudi calligraphist Ibrahim Al-Arrafi, and painter Othman Al-Khozaim are taking turns at the calligraphy desk.