The Qing Dynasty was the last period of feudal society, which lasted for more than 370 years until the Revolution of 1911. Qing Dynasty calligraphy as a whole shows a style trend called "Shang Zhi". At the end of the Ming Dynasty and the beginning of the Qing Dynasty, a group of calligraphers such as Fu Shan had revolutionized and developed the calligraphy style since King Zhong to a considerable height. Shengdu has a lot to do with it). After entering the Qing Dynasty, people gradually turned their attention to the calligraphy styles before Zhong Wang. As a result, the writing field that had been lonely for a long time since the Han and Wei Dynasties suddenly flourished at this specific moment, and the style of seal script and official script flourished. . The so-called "high quality" refers to the simplicity and simplicity of advocating the ancients. Because of this, the Qing Dynasty became the period when calligraphy reached its peak, and various characters and calligraphy styles in the past dynasties were revitalized and revived with great results.
  In addition to the aforementioned Wang Duo and Fu Shan, calligraphers in the early Qing Dynasty also included Zheng Xie, Zhu Da, Shi Tao, Wang Shu, Jiang Heng, Jin Nong, Huang Shen, Zhang Zhao, Zheng Xie, etc. .
The main figures in the calligraphy circle in the middle period include: Liu Yong, Liang Tongshu, Wang Wenzhi, Weng Fanggang, Qian Tao, Deng Shiru, Yi Bingshou, Bao Shichen, He Shaoji, etc.
By the late Qing Dynasty, calligraphy showed a more distinctive style. In order to get rid of the nearly thousand-year rule of Tie Xue, coupled with the phenomenon of "Tai Ge style" that still existed in the calligraphy world, Bao Shichen, Ruan Yuan, and Kang Youwei all vigorously promoted stele study. The idea of ​​advocating stele studies dominated the calligraphy world at that time. It also produced a number of famous calligraphers such as He Shaoji, Zhao Zhiqian, Yang Yisun, Weng Tonghe, Wu Dazheng, and Wu Changshuo.
  With the advent of the Revolution of 1911, from the Xia to the Qing Dynasty, China's consistent imperial era came to an end. In the Qing Dynasty, due to the special historical period in which it lived, the art of calligraphy completed its striving task of concluding the era. The development of calligraphy art has entered a new social form. Due to the seriousness of history and the richness of calligraphy materials since the Republic of China, the space is limited and no further description will be given.