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Pattern in Islamic Art - BOU 139, from J. Bourgoin, ‘Les Elements de l’art Arabe’, Paris, 1879

Pattern in Islamic Art - BOU 139, from J. Bourgoin, ‘Les Elements de l’art Arabe’, Paris, 1879

Arabic Calligraphy, Earth      Source Behance    الأرض

Arabic Calligraphy, Earth Source Behance الأرض

Stainless steel   Allah Wall Art decor, Islamic Art, arabic calligraphy, modern, unique, on Etsy, $139.00

Stainless Steel Allah Tear Drop

Stainless steel Allah Wall Art decor, Islamic Art, arabic calligraphy, modern, unique, on Etsy, $139.00

Surah Ikhlas سورة الاخلاص

Surah Ikhlas سورة الاخلاص

Pattern in Islamic Art - PIA 026

Pattern in Islamic Art - PIA 026

moroccan plasterwork - Google Search

Islamic Plasterwork

moroccan plasterwork - Google Search

TURKISH ISLAMIC CALLIGRAPHY ART (8) by OTTOMANCALLIGRAPHY, via Flickr

TURKISH ISLAMIC CALLIGRAPHY ART (8) by OTTOMANCALLIGRAPHY, via Flickr

pattern in Islamic Art

pattern in Islamic Art


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Pattern in Islamic Art

Pattern in Islamic Art

Welcome to Dover Publications Arabic Patterns to Color:copyright-free images available for download--sign up for the free newsletter for access to free images!

Welcome to Dover Publications Arabic Patterns to Color:copyright-free images available for download--sign up for the free newsletter for access to free images!

Allah, the one treue God. The word 'Allah' is the preferred word and name to call God by. Unlike other languages, it doesn't have a masculine, feminine or neuter connotation for He is above that. The term 'He' is used as we as humans have limited capacity to understand the true nature of God (in this life). Interestingly, the word 'Allah' also cannot linguistically have a plural (eg.God(s)); it just doesn't make sense - the beauty of the Arabic language.

Allah, the one treue God. The word 'Allah' is the preferred word and name to call God by. Unlike other languages, it doesn't have a masculine, feminine or neuter connotation for He is above that. The term 'He' is used as we as humans have limited capacity to understand the true nature of God (in this life). Interestingly, the word 'Allah' also cannot linguistically have a plural (eg.God(s)); it just doesn't make sense - the beauty of the Arabic language.

سبحان الله

سبحان الله

Pratt and Larson Tile and Stone.  Alright, technically, this is mosaic.  But still!  I can't be the only one looking at this and seeing a table runner, can I?  Or a bed-runner?

Pratt and Larson Tile and Stone. Alright, technically, this is mosaic. But still! I can't be the only one looking at this and seeing a table runner, can I? Or a bed-runner?

A R T C H I C U L T U R E | Islamic geometry.

A R T C H I C U L T U R E | Islamic geometry.

سورة الفاتحة

سورة الفاتحة

First word of Quran.. Says EQRA -which means Read by NoraAlgalad.deviantart.com on @deviantART

First word of Quran.. Says EQRA -which means Read by NoraAlgalad.deviantart.com on @deviantART

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