Feng Ji is a famous contemporary Chinese calligrapher. Also known as Chun Tao, he was born in Liangyin, Jiangsu province in 1918. He was a frail and sickly boy. Later he studied with Shen Yinmo. At first, he copied Zhenqing's "Duobao Pagoda Stele", "Magu Xian Tan Ji" and "Qinli Stele", then continued to copy "Shi Chen Stele", "Yi Ying Stele", etc., and then changed the style of brush strokes from round to square, copying "Bei Le Stele" "Zhang Menglong Stele", "Zheng Wengong Stele", etc.; he later moved from the PingZheng style to the XianJue style, copying the "Shupu" of Guoting and the cursive calligraphy of Zhang Xu and Huaisu, also studying both "two kings", Huang Tingjian, Mi Di and others. Since 1957, his works have been selected in Xuhui District, Shanghai, Changning District Amateur Calligraphy and Painting Exhibition, and Chinese Seal Engraving and Calligraphy Research Association Calligraphy Exhibition. He has long been engaged in amateur teaching and has been invited to teach calligraphy in Xifeng, Qingyang, Gansu and other places.He is a member of the Shanghai Calligraphers Association and vice president and general secretary of the elders of Shanghai Changning District. Calligraphy and Painting Association.
Mr. Feng is a good friend of mine, he preaches and teaches, and "the scent of peaches and plums spreads throughout the world" (metaphor of teaching numerous disciples, creating new talents spread across the world). His perfect virtues and his deep love for calligraphy made me study it all my life.
The teacher's calligraphic works enable fellow calligraphy lovers to learn, innovate, inherit and carry forward traditional Chinese culture, art and virtues.