Alevi Religious Ceremony, Architecture, and Practice. Exploring the Art of the Qur'an. Architecture and Late Ottoman Historical Imagination.
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The Perusal of the Topkapı Albums: A Story of Connoisseurship
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The Arts of the Book : Patrons and Interactions in Erzincan between 1365 and 1410
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- Letters in Gold: Ottoman Calligrahy from the Sakip Sabanci Collection, Istanbul by M. Uğur Derman.
- Starks Conjectures: Recent Work And New Directions : An International Conference On Starks Conjectures And Related Topics, August 5-9, 2002, Johns Hopkins University!
Condition: Fine. Published by Kemal Matbaasi, Istanbul About this Item: Kemal Matbaasi, Istanbul, In Turkish. Hattat Sami Efendi, Hayat ve eserleri. Vefatinin The pen he writes with is made from a reed that was buried in manure for four years to achieve the correct red color. His ink is soot ground to powder, a process he describes as shoulder-busting labor.
The paper is dyed with tea, coated with egg whites, which makes it easier to correct mistakes, then set aside to age for at least a year. Muslim calligraphers have worked this way since the 7th century.
Derman, M. Uğur
Zakariya, though, is among a growing number of American Muslims who are keeping Islamic calligraphy alive. Works in the show date from the 15th to the 20th centuries. They may come to it from a devotion to the word and what it can express. And they need some familiarity with Arabic, the liturgical language of Islam. For Muslims, Arabic is sacred. Jews hold Hebrew in the same esteem; Hindus revere Sanskrit.
In many religions, the very act of writing is considered holy. While Muslims who hand-copy the Koran describe it as a spiritual occupation, Christians feel the same about the Bible, Jews about the Torah, Hindus about the Vedas, the four Hindu texts of devotional hymns.
Zakariya, 56, first studied calligraphy in after he converted from Christianity to Islam. Raised in Ventura, now living in Arlington, Va. Yet he often returns to Turkey to refresh his skills. He wrote the script that decorates the banners advertising the LACMA show, translated the catalog from Turkish and loaned his handmade paper for the exhibit. The texts he chooses are the same that the Ottoman masters have copied for years.
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