It is a calligraphy painting by Masoud Safar which is 140×95 cm and was created with mixed materials on canvas.
The divine names are here engraved on the canvas. the background of the painting is blue. According to legends blue is the sign of the heavenly father and represents wisdom, leadership, and kingdom. In the paintings of churches, blue represents deep feelings, faith, and modesty before God, and In Islam and Christianity, it is a reminder of purity and faith. The blue color has divine and heavenly meaning and is a sign of holiness among both Eastern and Western people. That is why blue is used in the tiling of mosques, shrines, and holy places. Because this color helps people to think and ponder about God and heaven.
Calligraphy-painting is a new manifestation of the historical art of calligraphy in Iran, which is combined with painting. The synergy of the two arts puts a global dimension to the traditional art of calligraphy.
We recommend this work of art to those who are interested in Islamic mysticism and Eastern mysticism; Also to those who like Persian art. We also recommend this work of art to those who look for new areas in old beliefs and ideas.
The current owner of this artwork is Mr.Ajeli