عنوان مقاله [English]
The art of pottery was one of the common and practical arts during the Ilkhanid and Timurid periods. In this art, the space governing the patterns of pottery, the type of pattern and the use of special colors in pottery are of significance. In the mentioned historical periods, human motifs were one of the motifs applied in the art of pottery; thus, the question can be raised that what are the characteristics of human motifs in the pottery of the Ilkhanid and Timurid period? Also, what effect did Chinese works have on the works of these periods and what colors were used in the figures and clothes of the mentioned period. In this regard, descriptive and analytical methods have been used in this research and the collection of data and related information is carried out by library, field and Internet research. The findings of the research indicate that the Timurids had a better and more complete outlook towards drawing, painting and a more appropriate understanding of color and composition of other artistic factors. The forms of the Timurid period have larger dimensions, nonetheless, in the later periods, the dimensions become smaller. The motifs applied have both narrative and decorative aspects. At the same time, Iranian potters imitated Chinese artefacts and also added unique innovations to their artworks, so that the pottery of the mentioned era beholds an Iranian-Islamic spirit.
1. Investigating the coordinates of human motifs in the pottery of the Ilkhanid and Timurid periods.
2. Corresponding the human motifs in the pottery of the Ilkhanid and Timurid periods.
1. What is the form of human motifs in the pottery of the Ilkhanid and Timurid periods?
2. What are the similarities or differences between human motifs in Ilkhanid and Timurid pottery?