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Journal:   NEGAREH   winter 2018 , Volume 12 , Number 44 #f00630; Page(s) 59 To 69.
 
Paper: 

Introduction and Analysis ofArchitecturalDesigns in Illustrations of Joseph and ZuleikhaPoem in Haft Awrang of Jami Manuscript, Mashhad School

 
 
Author(s):  JahanYar Azar, GHAZIZADEH KHASHAYAR
 
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Abstract: 
There is a manuscript of Haft Awrangin Washington Freer Gallery written by Jami which includes seven poems. One of them is called Joseph and Zuleikha from which six episodes have already been illustrated. Considering the variety and scope of the architectural designs in illustrations of the Joseph and Zuleikha poem, identifying and categorizing the designs seemed to be necessary for interested future researchers. This study has been conducted to identify and introduce variousarchitectural designs inillustrations of the Joseph and Zuleikha poem in Jami’ s Haft Awrang manuscript in Mashhad school which is kept in Washington Freer Gallery. These designs are investigated in terms of harmony and relation of their placement in a general space over the buildings of each illustration. Thus in this research, types of architectural designs in Joseph and Zuleikha illustrations in the Haft Awrang manuscript are studied and described in detail. The study will respond to the following questions: 1. The contiguity and repetition of which designs formed the architectural designs inthe illustration of Joseph and Zuleikha poem inMashhad school manuscript of Jami’ s Haft Awrang? 2. What made these designs so coordinated? The research method is descriptive-analytical and the data was gathered through library sources. It is concluded that the artists put a variety of realistic and abstract designs next to each other and repeated them to decorate the buildings. In spite their different sizes, these designs were put together using the colors in a way that they look completely coherent and harmonic.
 
Keyword(s): Haft Awrang,Joseph and ZuleikhaPoem,Mashhad School,Design
 
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