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'Persian calligraphy has been one of the most revered arts throughout Persian history. It is considered to be one of the most eye catching and fascinating manifestations of Persian culture'. Wikipedia

'Persian calligraphy has been one of the most revered arts throughout Persian history. It is considered to be one of the most eye catching and fascinating manifestations of Persian culture'. Wikipedia

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  • thank you Elenadut for your interest and for adding this show to your favorites, thanks
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  • 1. Iranian calligraphy
  • 2. In 1950, Iranian Calligraphers Association was founded in a collaborative effort by Iranian Ministry of Arts and Cultural Affairs, a few professors of School of Arts such as Mehdi Bayani, and a few prominent calligraphy masters such as Hussein Mirkhani, Ali-akbar Kaveh, Ebrahim Bouzari, and Hassan Mirkhani. Persian art-lovers from all over the country enthusiastically encouraged this  Association and its activities and soon after, this organization expanded and opened numerous branches in many cities in Iran "Iranian Calligraphers Association" is  the  most reputable Iranian art education organization. It has more than 60,000 students in over 220 branches including its international branches in other countries; Tokyo and Paris branches to mention a few. Natural Curves in Persian Calligraphy - Nas’taliq Style
  • 3. Gholam Hossein Amirkhani , Persian calligrapher, born in 1939 in Taleghan, Iran A Sample of Mir-Ali’s Art Pieces (Louvre Museum – Paris)
  • 4. Cursive Nas’taliq s tyle by Yadollah Kaboli
  • 5. Yadollah Kaboli
  • 6. Ajami Hamid. Born: 1962, Iran Special Field: Nasta’ligh, Holding a high Diploma of Excellence from the Iranian Society ‎of Calligraphers‎
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  • 15. Following the spread of Islam in the 7th century, Persians adapted the Arabic alphabet to the Farsi language. The contemporary Farsi alphabet was developed by adding 4 extra characters to the 28 characters of the Arabic alphabet to get 32 Persian (Farsi) letters. Ajami Hamid
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  • 17. Bismillah festival
  • 18. Zoreh Abassi
  • 19. Majid Kashani Leyli & Majnoon (Logo for Theater)
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  • 21. Moslem Ebrahimi
  • 22. Mostafa Salimi - Born in 1989 Graduated from Iran’s Calligraphy Association in 2009 under the supervision of Master Alireza Kadkhodaei Favorite calligraphy style is “Nastaligh Script ” but interested in other styles : Cursive Nastaligh . Moala . kufi ...
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  • 34. Omid Hamooni
  • 35. Sayed Al Sajedin
  • 36. Poster
  • 37. Wissam Shawkat
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  • 40. Wissam Shawkat
  • 41. Wissam Shawkat
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  • 43. Sound : Farid Farjad - Sang e Khaara Text and pictures: Internet Arangement: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda