Calligraphy Wall Decorative Tablou

Ancient Persia's advanced culture and economy, as well as its dedication to scientific, artistic, and cultural development, called for a tool to preserve and pass knowledge on to future generations. This need was started by the advent of cuneiform circa 4,000 BC and has now reached the Nasta'liq script and wall art forms like calligraphy painting.

Persian Calligraphy: Review, Select, and Buy 

If you want to review Persian calligraphy in order to select the best one before you buy, you are in the right place. The Persian artful writing method as we know it today, Persian Calligraphy, originated about 1,000 years ago. A combination of the Semitic, Arabic (Quran-based calligraphies such as Ayatul Kursi calligraphy), Kufic, and other scripts, the writing system offered a vast field for artistic creation. Thanks to its visual excellence and originality, the Persian script, calligraphy, is considered a form of fine art, and nowadays, there is a painting form of it which is called calligraphy painting.

Select and Buy Calligraphy Tablous

People and interior designers today select and buy calligraphy artwork, one of the oldest and most flawlessly beautiful forms of wall art, for home designs to reflect the excellent taste of the homeowner in art. But how do you select the most proper ones to buy?
Using framed/canvas calligraphy in Interior Design, besides other framed wall art like painting canvas, wall hanging rugs, and miniature and abstract tablou, may be the simplest and one of the best ways to bring the precious art of Persian calligraphy into your home or place of work. The text in works of framed/canvas calligraphy is often well-known verses of Persian poetry, an Islamic prayer, Quranic verses, a quote, or a proverb.
So, select the calligraphy artwork that reflects your personality and shop from reliable sellers.

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Persian Calligraphy Art

Persian calligraphy art is well-known internationally for its details and includes different styles. Today, Persian calligraphy is also used as a decorative item in the interior design of homes and offices in different forms, such as the so-called "framed calligraphy art or calligraohy painting."
Here are the most popular and frequent styles of Persian calligraphy art:

Tughra Calligraphy Art

The tughra style of calligraphy was historically used to write the names and honorary titles of sultans in the form of a signature or seal. Stylistically, a tughra is an elaborate composition of curves, straight lines, and loops.

Musalsal Calligraphy Painting

All successive letters and words in this style join together, creating a beautiful, uninterrupted calligraphic sequence.

Reflected Calligraphy

This style is characterized by symmetry; that is, letters are mirrored about an axis.

Calligram Calligraphy

A calligram consists of letters and words arranged creatively to form an image, such as a human face or an animal.

Calligraphy of the Qur'an

Naskhi was the style used in the earliest Qur'ans written on paper or canvas. The style of calligraphy was developed in the 10th century by the Abbasid calligrapher Ibn Muqlah (886-940), and it was continued by Ibn al-Bawwab (1022). It refers to the verses of the book Qur'an and some of the most famous verses are "ayatul kursi calligraphy," "Salavat Calligraphy," and "Wa In Yakad Calligraphy."

Persian calligraphy art comes in various color schemes, calligraphic styles, page border decorations, and frames, allowing you to find works that best fit your interior design, be it classic or modern.
Eventually, a relatively recent and originally Persian style, the calligraphic painting combines two art forms in a creative, modern fashion. The style has become highly popular in Iran and other countries and is frequently used as a décor element.

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Calligraphy Art for Home Decor

Traditionally, the only way that calligraphy could decorate your home was in its framed/canvas form. Today, however, innovations in interior design and the modernization of traditional Persian arts have enabled décor calligraphy to go beyond the framed/canvas limit. There is now a great variety of items that incorporate Persian calligraphy into their design.
Cushions, tables, and chairs are among the most popular furnishings today. When adorned with letters and words in calligraphy, they can liven up a room.
Using calligraphy has become pretty widespread in the fashion industry as well. Hugely popular, clothing decorated with Persian calligraphy beautifully showcases authentic Persian art and culture.

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Persian Calligraphy Artists

After the Islamization of Persia, the Naskh style of Persian calligraphy rose to popularity, and about 600 years ago, Mir Ali Tabrizi incorporated it with the talaq style into Nasta'liq. Famous as the "bride of Persian scripts," Nastaliq is one of the most beautiful and artistic scripts in the world.
Among the prominent Persian calligraphers is Mir Emad Hassani, who is regarded as Iran's greatest calligraphy master. He lived about 450 years ago, during the reign of Safavid king Abbas the Great. Mir Emad's calligraphies are found in great numbers in buildings from the period. By making some changes to Nastaliq and introducing new stylistic rules in Persian calligraphy, Mir Emad enhanced the elegance of the script.
Mohammad-Reza Kalhor was another great Persian Nastaliq calligrapher who lived about 200 years ago, during the Qajar era. Similar to Mir Emad, Kalhor added to the rules of Nastaliq calligraphy. His work was so influential that modern Nastaliq can be said to be partly the result of his artistic taste and attitude.
Among contemporary Persian calligraphers, Gholam-Hossein Amirkhani stands out as one of the most accomplished.

Cyruscrafts specializes in the supply, sale, and export of the finest calligraphy wall rugs and wall-hanging carpets. We bring you one-of-a-kind products that will liven up and individualize your home or workplace.

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