Paper Information

Journal:   NEGAREH   SUMMER 2011 , Volume 6 , Number 18; Page(s) 69 To 81.
 
Paper: 

REFLECTIONS ON NATIONAL AND RELIGIOUS THEMES IN TEAHOUSE PAINTING

 
 
Author(s):  CHELLIPA KAZEM, GOUDARZI MOSTAFA, SHIRAZI ALI ASGHAR
 
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Abstract: 

Iranian painting has had inseparable bond with Persian language and national and religious themes and an evidence for this claim is presence of valuable painting copies which have been kept as memento in museums of Iran and the world. Each of these copies has been created based on the highly valuable Persian texts and national and religious themes. Fictive painting as one of the variants of Iranian painting has a tight link to Persian literature and its themes hinge mostly round life events of national and religious heroes. Due to popular origin of fictive painting and its artists, immediate link with commonpeople, these painters have had particular interest in people, s wishes and desires. Present research with the purpose of finding reasons for inclination of fictive painters to epical and hero-centered in written and verbal literature and religious themes, tries to answer this question whether the tendency to literary, national and religious themes in fictive painting is like that of other kinds of Iranian painting or it has other reasons? In this paper, descriptive and analytic methodology is employed and the samples used in it have been selected from among the most typical teahouse paintings.

 
Keyword(s): TEA HOUSE PAINTING, FICTIVE PAINTING, NATIONAL AND RELIGIOUS THEMES, EPIC, POPULAR LITERATURE
 
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