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Shirzai A A, Shadlou D. A Study of Carpets Depicted on Paintings in Baysonghori’s Shahnameh. goljaam 2010; 5 (14) :29-50
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1- Art Research Department, School of Art, Shahed University
2- School of Art, Shahed University
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Regarding the design, pattern and color of Timurid carpets, although no sound and safe one of such period has been survived, there are so many paintings addressing the carpets that most probably have been produced in that time. These paintings are mostly accessible from various manuscripts that have been developed by Timurid princes and patrons. We can even reproduce a whole carpet by analyzing these paintings. One of such manuscripts was created in Harat in the royal library of Baysonghor Mirza under supervising of Ja’far Tabrizi and is dated back to 1429, namely “Shanameh-ye-Baysonghori”. In this paper we are going to analyze six paintings of the manuscript, and to determine the design, pattern, color and even designers of Timurid carpets. This research is descriptive-analytical in nature and its necessity is due to understanding the carpets of the past eras and introducing them to designers and artists of nowadays carpet industry.
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Received: 2018/02/26 | Accepted: 2018/02/26 | Published: 2018/02/26

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