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of or relating to or expressed in calligraphy

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Located in south Delhi is the Qutab Minar, an architectural marvel built with red sandstone and decorated with verses from the Koran etched calligraphically.
They include six violin concertos from a remarkable source--an autograph calligraphically worked score clearly of 1738, which was preserved in Vienna.
For centuries, the language was written in a script derived from Arabic and which, calligraphically beautiful as it may have been, was totally unsuited to the language.
As in the paintings, DeVine constructs these charcoal drawings calligraphically, with line predominating over form.
The Lindisfarne Gospels is a remarkable book, with its complex, rhythmic labyrinth of ornament, its calligraphically written Latin text of the Gospels and the gloss which Aldred, a later member of the community of St Cuthbert, added in translating them into Old English in the mid-tenth century (the earliest version of the Gospels in English to have survived).
In his Evening Landscape (Dulwich Gallery), perhaps the most accomplished picture in the exhibition, a bridge divides the picture, the upper half of which is faint sky and cloud-trailed twilit fell, so that the rustics who meet on the bridge with their animals stand dramatically out against the gloaming, which is calligraphically fretted by their animals' legs.