The Similarities and Differences Between Christian Art and Islamic Art.

  • Suhad Abed Al- Moneim Shaabith Department of Art Education / College of Fine Arts / Babylon University
  • Mustafa Riyadh Jawed Al- Yassin Department of Art Education / College of Fine Arts / Babylon University
Keywords: similarity, difference, Christian art, Islamic art

Abstract

 The current research dealt with similarities and differences between Christian art and Islamic art in order to achieve the objective of research, which dealt with the detection of similarities and differences between Christian art and Islamic art. The research included four chapters, the first of which was devoted to the methodological framework, M, as well as specifying search terms.

The second topic dealt with research procedures in terms of limiting the research community and the tool that included all the information. The entire research society was subjected to study in order to reach accurate results. Sample Search (50) Minimized.

Finally, chapter four covered the results and conclusions that emerged from the research.

(1) the natural form symbolic has obtained a percentage of difference between the technicians has received a percentage in Islamic art attended the repetitions and attended a percentage and in the Christian art on 23  repetitions and %92 percentage was the total number of repetitions of 23  and 46  percent was Islamic art non-function ratio The Christian art ratio function as in sample number 5, 4,3,2,1.... except number 12 in Christian art.

(2) The style of the line - similar in terms of both in terms of both the style of organic curve line and the result is not a function of both technicians has been the art of Christian repetitions zero and 0% percentage, either in Islamic art (11) repetitions and %4 as in Art No.19,18,14,13,12,11,9,8,7,6,4. In Islamic art, the total number of repetitions per digit (11) and 22% was not significant for both.

The main conclusions are:

 (1) The special form did not appear in Christian art, but rather as a result of the structural and structural transformations of civilization that were gradually developing into this idea.

(2)The symbols in the Christian painting are influential in the minds of people because of their sacred meaning on the basis that the influence of religion on the medieval society is increasing.

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Published
2019-04-07
How to Cite
[1]
S. Shaabith and M. Al- Yassin, “The Similarities and Differences Between Christian Art and Islamic Art.”, JUBH, vol. 27, no. 1, pp. 460 - 480, Apr. 2019.
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