Journal of Social and Political


ISSN 2615-3718 (Online)

ISSN 2621-5675 (Print)

Published: 16 September 2019

Display for Theme of Color and Geometry in the Art Sultanate Hunt and Sultan Hussein Bayaqra’s Party in Garden

Mohammad Towfiq Rahmani

Herat University

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Pages: 790-798

Keywords: Theme of geometry, Color, Combination, Frame, Picture, Statue


This article contains and expresses (analysis of Kamaleddin Behzad Herawi’s two arts) including Sultanate hunt (Kingdom’s Hunt) and Sultan Hussein Bayaqra’s party in garden. The aim is to enrich public awareness and social familiarity on Kamaleddin behzad’s arts, beside its values and specifications. The method is qualifying by collecting information in librarian and observatory methods. Behzad’s social class and characteristics of its arts value and importance highlights in this article in which develops the importance of historical and cultural aspects of its arts. Familiarity with characteristics of color usage in Behzad’s arts with the most color usage, combinatory and geometrical of Kamaleddin Behzad’s arts based on circle, oval and triangle usages with conclusions gained of analysis. The conclusion of this article could be a help for students.


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