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Hossein Abadi Z, Rahnavard Z. A Study of The Pattern And The Color In The Sistan Carpet. goljaam. 2007; 2 (4 and 5) :57-74
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1- Sistan and Balochistan University
2- Tehran University
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The pattern and the colour used in Sistan carpets is influenced by the climatic, cultural, historical, and image-weaving conditions of the region. In view of their conception, beliefs, culture and the historical antiquity of the region, the artists and weavers of such images choose peculiar patterns and colours bearing their overt and covert understanding that are depicted in their weaving works. This research after studying the patterns and colours used in them, takes into account those factors whose appearance has been truly effective in their formation and style. These pictorial phenomena that associate their rank and status with the degree of demand and selection of the masses enjoy varied meanings and concepts and the effect of the natural inspiration in them attains, at times, such an abstraction that their place in the surrounding phenomena could hardly be recognized. Visual qualities and values in the colour and the pattern of Sistan carpet are varied and extensive. One most significant of them is the value of in unity multiplicity portrayed in the Sistan carpet more prominently in two elements of color and pattern. Keeping in view the past history and the epic of the people of Sistan and the mode of beliefs and mores prevailing over the region, similarly the peculiar temperament of the land, the patterns and colours used in the hand-woven and other artifacts are a sort of symbolism and an association of events and incidents that are in fact a linkage between self-conscious rational world and the instinctive world; the weavers of this style resort to patterns and colors in order to express natural elements and their own ideals.
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Received: 2018/02/23 | Accepted: 2018/02/23 | Published: 2018/02/23

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