Islamic Calligraphy Wall Arts
Shop for hand written Arabic calligraphy wall decor, original Islamic wall arts, Turkish miniature paintings, canvas oil paintings and Islamic fine jewelry. Here you can find popular items for Islamic wedding and nikah gifts, birthday and anniversary gifts, as well as Ramadan Eid gift ideas
Canvas Oil Paintings
Marbling Art Ebru
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Islamic Art and Calligraphy
Our calligraphy wall art would make ideal gifts for your family and friends. They would be perfect as wedding, anniversary, birthday, graduation, and house warming presents. These would also be great to give to your family and friends returning after performing Hajj!
Art is the mirror of a culture and its world view.
Islamic art is often vibrant and distinctive, and includes all the artistic traditions in Muslim culture. It is not the art of a particular country or a particular people, it is the art of a civilization.
There are themes and types of objects that link the arts of the Islamic world together. The majority of Islamic art contains fine details and added decorations that is one-of-a-kind.
Types of Islamic art are: calligraphy, hand painting, arabic calligraphy, water painting, watercolor painting, watercolor art, ebru art, ebru marbling, oil painting, contemporary art, painting pictures, landscape painting, abstract painting, paintings of flowers, glass painting, best paintings, beautiful paintings, miniature paintings, ceramics (tiling), metalwork, rugs and carpets and more…
Calligraphy is a very important art form in the Islamic world. The Qur’an, written in elegant scripts, represents Allah’s divine word, which Muhammad (s.a.w.) received directly from Allah during his visions. Quranic verses, executed in calligraphy, are found on many different forms of art and architecture. Likewise, poetry can be found on everything from ceramic bowls to the walls of houses.
For Muslims, reality, as well as art, centers around Allah. Artists and their audience use art as a vehicle to get closer to Allah. Beauty, as represented by art, is one of the qualities of the divine. There is a hadith of the Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.) that says: "Allah is beautiful and he loves beauty."