Artisan: Khalil Hossein Haiderzada
Printed on luxurious Fabbiano paper, this dazzling piece of Afghan calligraphy uses Square Kufic, a script traditionally used for formal inscriptions at the base of an Islamic dome or minaret. The artwork is a limited edition of 50. The text and its translation (in English and Arabic) are included with the print.
The complex work weaves together three Muslim prayers in an abstract style that looks like a striking piece of modern art. Far & Wide Collective purchased the original design and pays the artist a royalty per print sold. It is a versatile piece that works well with both traditional and contemporary settings.
• Dimensions: 70cm (w) x 55cm (h).
Khalil Hossein Haiderzada
|Master calligrapher Khalil Hossein Haiderzada was born Herat, in Western Afghanistan, in 1958. He studied classical calligraphy at Herat University and later served many years as an apprentice to Master Calligrapher Mohammad Ali Atar Herawi. During the Taliban rule, Haiderzada and his family were offered asylum in Iran because of his artistic skills...
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