This exquisite tile panel from the 18th century is a true work of art, featuring Arabic calligraphy in Ottoman-style script against a striking black background. The panel exudes a sense of history and cultural richness. At the center of the panel, the word "Bismillah" is elegantly written in early Arabic script. The calligraphy, meticulously crafted, adds an air of reverence and grace to the composition. Surrounding the calligraphy, decorative ornamental floral patterns weave a tapestry of intricate and graceful designs. These patterns are typical of Ottoman-style art and add a layer of opulence to the panel. They create a harmonious balance between the calligraphy and the surrounding decoration. At the top of the ceramic tiles, a finely painted scene depicts a mosque with its towering minarets. This portrayal adds depth and historical context to the artwork, representing the significance of mosques in Islamic culture.Image ID#: 31812 / Category: Calligraphy, Arts / Price: 499$
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