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fathi L. A Graphic Survey of Inscriptions of Islamic Textiles. JHM 2008; 0 (3) :63-75
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tarbiat modares,university
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Abstract: Calligraphy, as one of the significant indicators of art of the Islamic Era, has had a high position such that it has also come on cloth. The present paper aims to analyze the significance of calligraphy on textiles from the 4th to the 12th of Hejri century both visually and graphically. Taking into account the historic, social, cultural, and artistic analysis of the given era and the conducted researches on calligraphy and cloth in the Islamic Iran as well as the examination of the acquired pictures of that era, it was concluded that calligraphy together with pictures on the pieces of cloth, apart from the conceptual and aesthetic functions, have been of a great value.
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Received: 1901/12/14 | Accepted: 1901/12/14 | Published: 2007/09/23

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