Gholam Hossein Amirkhani: A Novel Perspective on Calligraphy through the Work of Ali Shirazi.
Experts from Tehran Auction have valued the artwork, which was made in 2011 using the acrylic technique on canvas and measures 150 by 150 centimeters. It will be auctioned on January 26, 2024, at the Parsian Azadi Hotel, for 600 to 800 million Tomans, or approximately 11 to 15 thousand dollars.
A surreal painting-like piece, Ali Shirazi's red painting with Siyah mashq" features intriguing and striking calligraphic moments of words and characters.
This study examines the endearing Arabic adage "Sharaf al-Makan Bal-Makin," which was rendered in Persian Nastaliq calligraphy by famed Middle Eastern calligrapher Ali Shirazi.
Blue Meadow Strokes Unique Nastaliq Created by Ali Shirazi
The famous Middle Eastern calligrapher and painter Ali Shirazi has a very peculiar green piece of art that is reminiscent of a poem by the illustrious Iranian physician and philosopher Avicenna. The backstory of his work is fascinating.
Three elements are usually present in Ali Shirazi's calligraphies: elegant huge dimensions, creative composition, and proper letter writing.
In his famous calligraphic piece "The Yesterday That's Gone You Must Forget What It Was," Ali Shirazi demonstrated other innovative aspects of Nastaliq calligraphy using a 30 mm pen and the one-stroke writing technique on a two-by-one-meter frame.
Ali Shirazi, a renowned calligrapher in the Middle East, created the calligraphic piece "بسم اللّٰه الرحمن الرحيم" or "Bismillah ar-Rahman ar-Raheem" (In English: "In the Name of Allah, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful"). The exceptional calligraphy and the artist's remarkable ability to write continuously are what set this particular work of art apart.