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Chitsazian A H, Ayatollahi H, Sazgar D. Comparative Analysis of European Tapestries with Iranian Kilim. goljaam 2009; 5 (13) :9-38
URL: http://goljaam.icsa.ir/article-1-416-en.html
1- Architecture and Arts School, Kashan University
2- Arts School, Shahed University
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European tapestries and Persian kilims are the most useful types of flat and non-pile textiles in both regions bearing differences in terms of appearance such as: design, motif and color and texture and also in terms of specific functions which have been assigned to them. This study, therefore, has been conducted with the aim of identifying and comparing these valuable handmade textiles so that it may provide some grounds for improvement and development of Persian kilims while preserving their artistic identity. Although Iranian kilims and European tapestries use similar tools and materials and weaving technologies, but due to certain cultural and spiritual characteristics of Iran and Europe, they are different in terms of designs and patterns, color compositions, sizes as well as functions. Library-based and documentary studies were performed for achieving the aim of the paper and reviewing and comparing these types of Iranian and European handmade textiles revealed many similarities and differences
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Received: 2018/02/26 | Accepted: 2018/02/26 | Published: 2018/02/26

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