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Subhanallah, Alhamdulillah, La ilaha illallah, Allahu akbar

Subhanallah, Alhamdulillah, La ilaha illallah, Allahu akbar

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Mir 'Imad (d. 1615) was born in 1554, spent time in Herat and Qazvin, and finally settled in Isfahan (then capital of Safavid Persia), where, as a result of his implication in court intrigues, he was murdered in 1615. He was a master of the nasta'liq script, whose works were admired and copied by his contemporaries, and later collected by the Mughals.    Calligrapher: 'Imad al-Hasani. Iran. Early 17th century. 9.6 x 17.5 cm. Nasta'liq script. Courtesy of the Library of Congress, African and…

Mir 'Imad (d. 1615) was born in 1554, spent time in Herat and Qazvin, and finally settled in Isfahan (then capital of Safavid Persia), where, as a result of his implication in court intrigues, he was murdered in 1615. He was a master of the nasta'liq script, whose works were admired and copied by his contemporaries, and later collected by the Mughals. Calligrapher: 'Imad al-Hasani. Iran. Early 17th century. 9.6 x 17.5 cm. Nasta'liq script. Courtesy of the Library of Congress, African and…

Persian Calligraphy

Persian Calligraphy

Mir-Ali Tabrizi: one of the great persian calligraphers, known as the father of Nas-Taliq by melding two older styles Naskh and Taliq. This calligraphy style is noted for its natural curvatures. (Louvre)

Mir-Ali Tabrizi: one of the great persian calligraphers, known as the father of Nas-Taliq by melding two older styles Naskh and Taliq. This calligraphy style is noted for its natural curvatures. (Louvre)

Panel with Six Lines of Islamic Prayers in Nasta'liq Script Iran, 16th century Ink, colors and gold on paper 13 3/4 x 7 1/2 in. (34.9 x 19.0 cm) LACMA Collections

Panel with Six Lines of Islamic Prayers in Nasta'liq Script Iran, 16th century Ink, colors and gold on paper 13 3/4 x 7 1/2 in. (34.9 x 19.0 cm) LACMA Collections

A Nasta'liq Quatrain Signed Hassan Shamlu, Safavid Iran, Early 17th Century

A Nasta'liq Quatrain Signed Hassan Shamlu, Safavid Iran, Early 17th Century

A Fine Calligraphic Panel Signed 'ali Al-husayni, Safavid Iran, Late 16th/early 17th Century

A Fine Calligraphic Panel Signed 'ali Al-husayni, Safavid Iran, Late 16th/early 17th Century

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