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Islamic art and its various aspects

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Year: 2016
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Authors Islamic art and its various aspects

محمد طاهری -
حمید آقاجانی -
میثم احمدی -

Abstract:

The expression Islamic art is an umbrella term for post-seventh century visual expressions, made by Muslim and non-Muslim artists inside of the regions involved by the general population and societies of Islam. It holds onto works of art, for example, architecture, architectural decoration, painting ceramic art, faience mosaics, wood and ivory, relief sculpture, cutting, friezes, drawing, book-gilding, calligraphy, gloss product manuscript illumination, lacquer-painted bookbinding, textile design, metalworking, gemstone carving, among others. Generally, Islamic art has created from a wide assortment of various sources. It includes components from Greek and early Christian art which it joins with the considerable Middle Eastern societies of Egypt, Byzantium, and antiquated Persia, alongside far eastern societies of India and China. Islamic Art is not the art of a specific nation or a specific individual. It is the art of a human progress framed by a blend of historical circumstances; the success of the Ancient World by the Arabs, the authorized unification of a tremendous region under the standard of Islam, a region which was thusly attacked by different gatherings of outsider people groups. The heading of Islamic Art was generally controlled by political structures which cut crosswise over geological and sociological limits. The intricate way of Islamic Art created on the premise of Pre-Islamic customs in the different nations vanquished, and a firmly incorporated mix of Arab, Turkish and Persian traditions united in all parts of the Islamic civilization.

Keywords:

Art, Islamic civilization, Traditions, Influence

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