Effectiveness and Impact in the Art of Islamic Photography )The Indian Islamic Mughal School Model(

  • Muna Khdir Abbas Department of Art Education/ College of Fine Arts/ University of Babylon
  • Aedil Eabd Almuneim Design department/ College of Fine Arts/ University of Babylon
Keywords: Effectiveness and Effectiveness, Indian Islamic Miniature, Islamic Photography

Abstract

There are questions faced by the researchers about the impact and influence of Islamic art in India, so the researchers considered the study (Effectiveness and impact on the art of Islamic photography, the Indian school of Islamic Mughal model), and the current research four chapters, the first chapter devoted to the problem of research,

Q / What is the effectiveness and impact on the art of Indian Islamic Mughal photography?

The researchers found that there is an urgent need for this study, namely that the subject was not studied in detail and independent, which formed a vacuum knowledge, and gave a logical justification for researchers in addressing the approaches of this subject and address and reach results in this area.

The objective of the current research is to:• Detect the effectiveness and influence of Indian Mughal Islamic photography.

The present study was determined by temporal boundaries that included the 16th and 17th centuries AD, and included the spatial boundaries of Islamic India. The objective limitation included the study of the Indian art of photography represented by Minmans in the Islamic Mughal era. The second chapter included: theoretical framework and previous studies, and included two topics, the first topic dealt with the definition of the concept of effectiveness of impact and influence, and what mechanism of its work on art in India. The second section included the art of Islamic photography represented in the Indian Islamic Mughal school. The second chapter concluded with the indicators of the theoretical framework, while the third chapter included the research procedures which included: identification of the research community, the sample of the research, the method of preparing the research tool and ensuring its sincerity and stability as well as statistical tools and methods used by the researchers, and ended the third chapter analysis of the sample of the four components of the Indian Indian Mughal Islamic and ended with the fourth chapter, which included the presentation of the results of the researchers, based on analysis, and the most important:

  1. The art of Indian Islamic photography was influenced by ancient Indian religions and beliefs.
    2. Influence of Indian Islamic photography on Indian temples and ancient sacred texts.
    3. Indian art was influenced by the warm Indian environment

4.India is a brightly colored people, so Indian art is influenced by this. Indian paintings are full of bright colors

5.The policy of the Mughal rulers tended to become great and focus on the power of the emperor, and the impact on Indian photography was reflected, and the rulers appeared surrounded by luxury and extravagance

6.The Indian art influenced the meanings of Islam, which gained some of the characteristics of Islamic art, including not leaving a vacuum in the space of painting, and the introduction of Islamic decorations in some paintings

7.Illustrated scenes inspired by the Holy Quran for the purpose of proving the belonging of the Mughal emperors to the Islamic religion.

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Published
2018-07-31
How to Cite
[1]
M. Abbas and A. Almuneim, “Effectiveness and Impact in the Art of Islamic Photography )The Indian Islamic Mughal School Model(”, JUBH, vol. 26, no. 7, pp. 427 - 448, Jul. 2018.
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