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Shirazi A A, Keshavarz H. An Analysis of the Mohammad Hossein Mosavver Al-Molki’s Hunting Carpet Designs Based on the Safavid Hunting Carpets. goljaam. 2012; 7 (20) :73-96
URL: http://goljaam.icsa.ir/article-1-472-en.html
1- Assistant Professor School of Arts, Shahed University
2- Masters student School of Arts, Shahed University
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In the late of the Qajar era, a Persianized Iranian royal family of Azerbaijani Turkic origin which ruled Persia from 1785 to 1925, the Isfahan carpet design was revived by some of the artists such as Mirza Aqa Emami and Mohammad Hossein Mosavver Al-Molki. One of the leading artists in the late of the Qajar period and the early of the next period, Mohammad Hossein Mosavver Al-Molki, known as Haj Mossaver, was an innovator whether in painting or carpet design. However, the traditions of the Safavid painting and design are dominant in his works. He revived the hunting design which belonged to the previous periods specially Safavid era in the Isfahan carpet. In this paper, the Mosavver Al-Molki’s hunting designs is studied with a descriptive-analytical method and the paper’s data is collected through an observational and library-based research. The study revealed that his works were not a mere imitation. He changed the horizontal composition of the Safavid hunting carpets to the vertical composition. As a result, a high horizon was created in the hunting scene. Haj Mosavver had a realistic perspective in his designs and so, he solved the problem of the separation between the nature of the field and the elements of hunting scene in traditional hunting carpets via converting the vines and palmettos to the small bushes and shrubs. In fact, his work was a logical relationship between the contemporary carpet design and the Safavid’s.
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Received: 2018/02/26 | Accepted: 2018/02/26 | Published: 2018/02/26

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