The Art of the Pen: Calligraphy of the 14th to 20th Centuries

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9780197276044: The Art of the Pen: Calligraphy of the 14th to 20th Centuries

The power of the written word to convey emotional intensity in a pleasing visual form, particularly when dealing with sacred subject matter, has been a constant them in Islamic culture. The demanding discipline of Islamic calligraphy, transmitted from master to pupil throughout the ages, has been the source of one of the humanity's richest artistic traditions. The Nasser D Khalili Collection holds examples of the Islamic calligraphy that span six centuries and demonstrate the continuity of this central art form into the modern era. The holdings - nearly 300 in total - include exceptional items that feature the work of many of the most famous master calligraphers: Yaqut, Seyh Hamdullah, Hafiz Osman, Mahmud Calaluddin, Mehmed Rasim and Yusuf 'Hafiz al-Qur'an'. This book is intended for islamicists, collectors and curators of Islamic art, specialist art trade, some students, and general readers. With a contribution by: Zakariya, Mohamed;

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Nabil F. Safwat, Mohamed Zakariya
Editore: Khalili Collections, United Kingdom (1996)
ISBN 10: 0197276040 ISBN 13: 9780197276044
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Descrizione libro Khalili Collections, United Kingdom, 1996. Hardback. Condizione libro: New. 376 x 270 mm. Language: Arabic,English . Brand New Book. The power of the written word to convey emotional intensity in a pleasing visual form, particularly when dealing with sacred subject matter, has been a constant them in Islamic culture. The demanding discipline of Islamic calligraphy, transmitted from master to pupil throughout the ages, has been the source of one of the humanity s richest artistic traditions. The Nasser D Khalili Collection holds examples of the Islamic calligraphy that span six centuries and demonstrate the continuity of this central art form into the modern era. The holdings - nearly 300 in total - include exceptional items that feature the work of many of the most famous master calligraphers: Yaqut, Seyh Hamdullah, Hafiz Osman, Mahmud Calaluddin, Mehmed Rasim and Yusuf Hafiz al-Qur an . This book is intended for islamicists, collectors and curators of Islamic art, specialist art trade, some students, and general readers. With a contribution by: Zakariya, Mohamed; Codice libro della libreria AAB9780197276044

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Nabil F. Safwat, Mohamed Zakariya
Editore: Khalili Collections, United Kingdom (1996)
ISBN 10: 0197276040 ISBN 13: 9780197276044
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Descrizione libro Khalili Collections, United Kingdom, 1996. Hardback. Condizione libro: New. 376 x 270 mm. Language: Arabic,English . Brand New Book. The power of the written word to convey emotional intensity in a pleasing visual form, particularly when dealing with sacred subject matter, has been a constant them in Islamic culture. The demanding discipline of Islamic calligraphy, transmitted from master to pupil throughout the ages, has been the source of one of the humanity s richest artistic traditions. The Nasser D Khalili Collection holds examples of the Islamic calligraphy that span six centuries and demonstrate the continuity of this central art form into the modern era. The holdings - nearly 300 in total - include exceptional items that feature the work of many of the most famous master calligraphers: Yaqut, Seyh Hamdullah, Hafiz Osman, Mahmud Calaluddin, Mehmed Rasim and Yusuf Hafiz al-Qur an . This book is intended for islamicists, collectors and curators of Islamic art, specialist art trade, some students, and general readers. With a contribution by: Zakariya, Mohamed; Codice libro della libreria AAB9780197276044

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