Manuscript “And God has the ideal”

Manuscript “And God has the ideal”

 

For calligrapher and artist / Suhail Salah

 

The manuscript “God has the ideal” is published exclusively through the East Center for Research and Culture.

 

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It refers to the Islamic heritage that is handwritten in the same form as the manuscript “God has the ideal”. Muslims have taken great care of manuscripts as they are the only way to preserve the production of the mind from science and letters.

 

The manuscripts in their beginnings were related to the Holy Quran and the hadiths of the Prophet and what is related to them and serves them, They made them precious works of art and left a great heritage in them.

 

Suffice it to mention here the magnitude of this Islamic heritage through what is preserved by museums and libraries around the world. Where there are approximately one hundred and twenty-four thousand rare manuscripts in the Turkish city of Istanbul alone, Most of them have never been studied before, This is in contrast to what is found in Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, India, Iran and other museums and libraries around the world.

 

The idea of Islamic manuscripts developed in a way that was not expected in any of the pre-Islamic arts in the accuracy of their gilded decorations, the great attractiveness of their images, creativity and grace in the beauty of calligraphy and colors.

Manuscript “And God has the ideal”

He testified to the status of manuscript art in the Islamic era. Attention and care for the quality of calligraphy is normal in the Islamic world, Calligraphers enjoyed a prestigious position in it, Especially in Iraq, Egypt, Turkey and Iran, They were engaged in writing manuscripts of the Qur’an along with copying manuscripts of literature and poetry.

 

Therefore, the art of improving calligraphy advanced significantly, especially after the interest of princes and sultans in the art of manuscripts.

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