— Calligraphy

Jan van de Velde, 1609. Script in the form of a letter.


In the 17th Century, writing was a skill reserved only for the educated and calligraphy, referred to as the ‘Tenth Muse’, was considered an art form. It’s practitioners often trained schoolmasters.


Via: Design Is Fine. History Is Mine

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