This page in vigorous Maghribi hand, is from a Qur'an probably copied in the 13th century in the Muslim Kingdom of Grenada, the last bastion of Islam in Spain. It shows the end of Sura Yunus (The Prophet Jonah) and the beginning of Sura Hud (The Prophet Hud) separated by an illuminated chapter heading in Andalusian Kufic. Prophet Jonah, Islam Geometry, 13Th Century, Islam Art, Arabic Calligraphy, Quran Copy, Chapter Head, Muslim Calligraphic, Islam Design
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Hilye (Verbal Portrait of the Prophet Muhammad) :: Niyazi Efendi (died 1882) :: 1270 A.H. (A.D. 1853-1854) :: Calligraphy; Illumination; Bookmanuscriptalbum, Ink, opaque watercolor and gold on paper, 12 38 x 8 in. (31.5 x 20.3 cm)
This album (muraqqaʿ) of calligraphy in an accordion format was compiled in Ottoman Turkey in the twelfth century AH / eighteenth CE. It consists of leaves bearing fragmentary passages from the Qur’an (chapter 2 [Sūrat al-baqarah], 2:65-68 and chapter 4 [Sūrat al-nisāʾ], 4:103-106); sayings of the Prophet Muhammad (hadith); and two sheets of pen exercises (ḳaralama). The Qur’anic verses and the passages of hadith are written in vocalized naskh and thuluth scripts in black ink. Fol. 5a bears t...
Notes in the front of this tiny Qur'an, in 'ghubar' script, state that it was given to the Qajar emperor Fath 'Ali Shah, reign 1798–1834, so that he could carry it in his pocket at all times. Binding is 19th C. Tabriz, Iran. Islamic manuscript: Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper. Laquered Binding: painted pasteboard.
Ceramic #tile. Inscription (on tiles): There is no god but God and Muhammad is the messenger of God. All praise be to God. God the Great be praised; God; May his majesty be glorified; God is Great (Muslim prayer). Collection of Wasmaa Khalid Chorbachi