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Volume 5, Issue 12 (6-2009)                   goljaam 2009, 5(12): 69-86 | Back to browse issues page

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Sadeghian H, Madani L. A Study of “Weeping Willow” Motif, in Chaharmahal & Bakhtiari’s Kheshti Carpet. goljaam. 2009; 5 (12) :69-86
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1- Instructor Faculty Member for School of Arts, Shahr-Kord University
2- BA Student Shahr-Kord University
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The motif of tree is one of the most important and original motifs of decoration and mysticism in human’s art. Different kinds of plants and trees that may be considered as the symbol of “the prayer human” can be found in many historical works in Iran and other parts of the world; each expressing a special meaning and sometimes multiple meanings. “Weeping willow” is one of these motifs that can be found in art works and miniatures of our country, especially in hand-knitted carpets of some areas. Accordingly, the Chaharmahal & Bakhtiaris’ carpets which are classified among tribal and rural categories present such motif especially in carpets with “Kheshti Design”. In this paper the different kinds of such motif have been introduced and their formal and semantic aspects have been studied in Kheshti carpets of different areas of Caharmahal & Bakhtiaris Province.
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Received: 2018/02/26 | Accepted: 2018/02/26 | Published: 2018/02/26

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