Definition of calligrapher in English:

calligrapher

noun

  • See calligraphy

    • ‘They reflect the works of well known calligraphers.’
    • ‘It seems to me that the use of calligraphy is changing, as so many calligraphers are leaning towards fine art.’
    • ‘Archaeological discoveries from the Bronze Age also found that ancient Chinese calligraphers painted characters on tortoise shells.’
    • ‘Today's calligraphers believe it is impossible to advance beyond the artistic peak achieved by their predecessors, although they are trying hard to keep the ancient art form alive.’
    • ‘A small team of calligraphers and typographers, led by Frances Breen, then worked in collaboration with the artists to integrate key lines of the poetry into the artworks.’

Pronunciation

calligrapher

/kəˈlɪɡrəfə/