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2013, 0(2): 56-69 Back to browse issues page
Abu al-Hasan Nur al-Varā and his Son Calligraphers in Safavid Period
Mohammad Mashhadi Nooshābādi
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The present study is an attempt to introduce works of Abu al-Hasan Nur al-Varā, an unknown calligrapher in Safavid period, and those of his son. The first section presents a background of their family and arguments of those books which point to Abu al-Hasan and his works. Then, there can be found an introduction of three calligraphy produced by Abu al-Hasan in 1032, 1042, and 1077 Hijri. The first work is a tombstone located in Ārān & Bidgol. The second one is an exquisite door in Nush Ābād and the third is his book named Jame al-Ghesas. The second section of the study includes some information about the door of the mosque of Hajj Abdul-Samad Bidgol and its’ calligraphies which are produced by Nur al-Vari , the son of Abu al-Hasan. In addition to clarifying some ambiguities about this door, the study tries to present an overview of works of some other calligraphies of this family.
Keywords: Abu al-Hasan Nur al-Varā, Nur al-Varā, Calligraphy, Safavid Inscriptions.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2015/01/3 | Accepted: 2015/01/3 | Published: 2015/01/3
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Mashhadi Nooshābādi M. Abu al-Hasan Nur al-Varā and his Son Calligraphers in Safavid Period. studies on kashsn. 2013; 0 (2) :56-69
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