Figural Representation in the Arabic Calligraphy

@article{Tepaic2014FiguralRI,
  title={Figural Representation in the Arabic Calligraphy},
  author={Meliha Tepaic},
  journal={Epiphany},
  year={2014},
  volume={6},
  pages={145-161}
}
A deep analysis of calligraphic works show deep meaning behind each letter. The most important thing when analyzing such calligraphic works is deep symbolism that each letter carries within itself. A combination of calligraphic letters always show a symbolic message. Thus, vision enacted in calligraphic works invites the viewer towards reflection and contemplation. It is hard to determine what is more appealing an image or the text. In reality there is an equal emphasis on the text and form… Expand

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