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3 types of Islamic patterns Calligraphy Geometric designs Plantlike designs
Calligraphy The art of beautiful writing Found in the Quran, books, on buildings, etc.
Geometric Designs Express the logic and order of the universe
Plantlike Patterns Show appreciation for Allahs (Arabic for God) creation
Tiles Decorate buildings Patterns can go on forever
Geometric designs are based on mathematical shapes.
Can you tell what shapes these tiles are based on?
This is the GEOMETRIC STYLE!
Islamic Tiles. Muhammad Born in 570 in Saudi Arabia Wrote the Quran and began to preach in 610 Islam is Arabic for submission The Quran teaches against.
This was all the more important considering that Islam does not allow iconography, to protect people from worshipping images instead of God Calligraphy.
Islamic Art & Architecture Islam is not only a religion but a way of life, Islam fostered the development of a distinctive culture with its own unique.
ISLAMIC ART: The Art of Decoration. ISLAMIC ART The history of Islam, right from the time of the Prophet Muhammed, spoke out against idol worship.
Islamic Art To understand some features of Islamic art To have considered the differences between this and other forms of art.
Islamic Art Circa CE Muhammad, who started the Islamic faith was born in 570 AD or CE. Islamic Art has an Oriental or Eastern influence.
Art and Islam Picture source:blog.imagereflex.com/archives/2005/07/
COLOR USED TO CONTRAST AGAINST DULL LANDSCAPE / ENVIRONMENT COLOR GREEN IS ASSOCIATED WITH MUHAMMAD GREEN = FERTILITY & YOUTH.
The Qur'an and the Sunnah. The Qur'an The Qur'an or the Kuran is the Holy book of the Muslims. It is the holy writings of Islam revealed by God to the.
Islamic Civilization – ALI110 Session Four – March 16, 2006 Islamic Art and Architecture.
Muslim Achievement Cultural Contributions Copyright © Clara Kim All rights reserved.
Use online text page 277 to help answer the questions. Islamic Art.
BELL WORK Copy the following definition of BALANCE into your sketchbook 2. Write the following 3 types of balance: Symmetrical, Asymmetrical,
ISLAMIC ART A Brief Overview. THE NATURE OF ART As it is not only a religion but a way of life, Islam fostered the development of a distinctive culture.
Lesson objectives: To know about how God is viewed in Islam To understand why Muslims do not use images but words and geometry to represent God To consider.
What differences do you notice between these windows… and these windows?
Arabic Calligraphy. Introduction The Arabic language is written from right to left. There are 18 separate letter shapes, which differ slightly depending.
Islamic Art Basic Principles What is Islamic Art?
Think about: Who is this, and what does it tell us about the achievements of the Islamic Empire???
Islamic Art. The Islamic World Islamic art includes art created after the 7th century in lands under Islamic rule. This means that any art created in.
Islamic Art and Architecture ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the features of Islamic art and architecture, and what do they represent? WHY: to understand.
Qu’ran Stand and Manuscript By: Bushra Sarker. This Qu’ran stand was made around the year 1360 by Hasan ibn Sulaiman al-Isfahani. It was created to.
Scientific and Cultural Contributions would help Muslims to I.M.P.R.O.V.E. knowledge Contributions of Islamic Civlization.
Abstract Art and Geometric Shapes. TURN TO YOUR NEIGHBOR TALK ABOUT WHAT YOU THINK ART IS! WHERE DO YOU SEE ART IN YOUR LIFE? Turn and Talk!
Islam Belief in the in a monotheistic god as reveled to the Prophet Mohammad. God is referred to as Allah. The Holy Book is the Quran.
Contributions of the Islamic Empire. Architecture The most important contribution is the mosque Mosques are the center of the worship Many were.
Outside the European Tradition Presentation FIRST QUARTER STUDENT NAME:
Arabic Writing. Importance of Writing The first creation of Allah was the pen. Writing is a key element of... effective communication organizing one’s.
The Rise of Muslim States Copy the notes as they appear.
Islamic Art Basic Principles Art that is influenced by Islam is found in many places in the world. The influence may be cultural or the influence may.
+ Mosaic Art Teaching Math through the Arts Amanda Escudero.
Islamic Arts. Principal Arts Arts of the Object Ceramics Metalwork Glass Woodwork Textiles Architecture Tombs Mosques The Arts of the Book Calligraphy.
Islamic Art The spread of influence around the world.
The Golden Age of Islamic Culture Key terms: Key terms: Golden Age Islamic Advances in Science and Mathematics Mosques Geometric Designs.
History of Al Andalus In 711, an invading force of Muslims made up of Arabs from Damascus and Berber from North Africa defeated the Visigoth of Spain.
DO NOW: What is the name of this structure? Where is it located?
The Religion of Islam Copy the notes in Cornell Style as they are shown. You will need to write ten questions and a summary for homework.
Drawing and Painting Fun (3rd) - Tiles -. You can find T TT TILES in bathrooms and kitchens. The decorations alternate colours to make patterns.
ISLAMIC EMPIRE GLOSSARY. Arabia: Region where Islam began. A arid peninsula, then inhabited by nomads & traders using camel caravans Arabs: People of.
IG Source Card 1) The Music of Islam 2) The Middle East Resources 3) Music 4) The Islamic World Volume II 5) Islamic Art 6) Art and Architecture 7) Art.
Drawing and Painting Fun (4th) - Mosaics -. MOSAICS are a very old form of art. They decorate walls and floors. Mosaics are made of small coloured pieces.
Islamic Art An Introduction Islamic Golden Age: Spain, N. Africa, W. Asia/Middle East, & South Asia Art influences: Cultural, regional, Qu’ran.
The Beliefs, Traditions and Customs of Islam What do the religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam have in common? They are monotheistic Abraham is.
6-4 The Culture of Islam I. Centers of Learning A. The House of Wisdom was a library of famous works translated into Arabic B. Ibn Rushd was a famous.
Islam. The Middle East Arabia is mostly desert. The city of Mecca was a trading center and is the place where Islam began.
Muslim Culture. Trade Networks Econ facilitators Econ facilitators –Single language & single currency Banks Banks –Letters of credit (sakk) Exchange.
Golden Age of Islam World History. Society & Economy Social Mobility – people could move up in society Social Mobility – people could move up in society.
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