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XML Methodology for Providing a Quantitative Index to Explain the Complexity of the Relationship between Human Figures and the Architecture in the Illustrations of Shāhnāmeh of Shāh Tahmāsebi
Ali Boozari, Layla Mortazavi
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XML Study of structural features and patterns of Kashan Rothschild carpet preserved in Doha Museum of Islamic Art
Elahe Panjehbashi, Shiva Alaee Yazdi
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XML Review and Analysis of Coomaraswamy's Artistic View about the Book of al-Jazari
Mohammad Khorasanizadeh
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XML Visual analysis of Flowers and Bird Painting of Zand and Qajar periods
mumammad savari, Alireza Sheikhi
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XML Codification of the theory of fraction deduction, extracted from the life of Ibrahim (AS) in the Qur'an and explanation of its use and place in Islamic art, with the approach of data theory
Reza Rafiei Rad, Mehdi Mohamad zade
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XML A Study of the Structural Compatibility of Two Works Attributed to Sheikh Mohammad by Haft Arang Jami, Freer Washington Gallery
Abolfazl Abdullahi Fard, fariba azhari, majid ziaee
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XML Comparison of the visual structures in forty copies of the Shāhnāma's and Khamsah's illuminated double-page frontispiece (Safavid period: 16th and 17th centuries)
elham Akbari, maryam Keshmiri
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XML Investigation of form and motif in Safavid and Ottoman`s shaffrons and their attribution
Sanaz Ghafari, Gholamreza Hashemi, Shaabanali Ghorbani, Mahdi Davazdahemami
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XML Feasibility study of the presence of traditional sewing in fourth-generation universities in Iran with a futures research approach
Zahra Hajighasemi, Mehran Houshiar, Shahin Ebrahim zade pezeshki
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XML Analysis of the Mina Khani Rug Preserved at the Brooklyn Museum using the Gestalt Theory of Visual Perception
Samaneh Kakavand
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XML Iconology of Heaven and Hell in Religious Murals of Qajar Period (Case Study of Pir Rudband Dezful Tomb)
Nizamuddin Emami Far, marjan Norouzizadeh
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XML genealogy, metal warefare tools, miniatures, Zafarnama by Sharaf al-Din Ali Yazdi, Timurid.
Shahryar Shokrpour, Zahra Mehdypour Moghaddam
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Journal of Islamic Crafts

2022، Volume 6، Number 1

Print ISSN: 2588-316x

Online ISSN: 2588-3178

Director-in-Charge: Mehdi Mohammadzadeh

Editor-in-Chief: Mehdi Mohammadzadeh

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  • :: Comparison of the visual structures in forty copies of the Shāhnāma's and Khamsah's illuminated double-page frontispiece (Safavid period: 16th and 17th centuries)

    :: Investigation of form and motif in Safavid and Ottoman`s shaffrons and their attribution

    :: Analysis of the Mina Khani Rug Preserved at the Brooklyn Museum using the Gestalt Theory of Visual Perception

    :: Typology of strange creatures in the version of the Aja'ib al-Makhluqat of Tusi.

    :: Feasibility study of the presence of traditional sewing in fourth-generation universities in Iran with a futures research approach

    :: An analysis of the beauty and semantic functions of Iranian sculptural locks. (Case example: Challeshtor lock)

    :: Semiotics analysis of the rug motifs of Tabriz Safavid paradise garden

    :: Methodology for Providing a Quantitative Index to Explain the Complexity of the Relationship between Human Figures and the Architecture in the Illustrations of Shāhnāmeh of Shāh Tahmāsebi

    :: Analytical study of the visual structure of Qajar royal jewelry in the national jewelry treasury of Iran

    :: Study of structural features and patterns of Kashan Rothschild carpet preserved in Doha Museum of Islamic Art

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  • Current Issue: 2022، Volume 6، Number 1
  • Owner: Tabriz Islamic Art University
  • Publishing Frequency: Semi-Annual (2 Issues per Year)
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  • Article Access: Open (Free of Charge)
  • Language: Persian Full-text/English Abstract (250words)
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  • eISSN: 2588-3178 
  • pISSN: 2588-316x 

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  • Editor-in-Chief: Mehdi Mohammadzadeh
  • Manager-in-Charge: Mehdi Mohammadzadeh
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