The Aesthetic of Arabic Calligraphy and Islamic Ornamentation in the Door of the Holy Kaaba in the Saudi Era: An Analytical Study
Keywords:Aesthetic, Arabic Calligraphy, Islamic Ornamentation, The Door of The Holy Kaaba, Saudi Era
This article aims to identify the aesthetic of Arabic calligraphy and the Islamic ornamentation units embodied in the honourable door of the Kaaba in the Saudi era, according to a systematic analytical perspective, to reveal the effectiveness of the principles of artistic design that enhance the aesthetic of the Kaaba's door. The honourable Kaaba section contains many artistic and aesthetic values that added to its visual rhythmic beauty and luxury and enhanced the sense of aesthetic and spiritual artistic value for Arabic calligraphy and Islamic ornamentation units. In this study, the researcher will use the structural content analysis approach because this approach aims to study and analyze based on an external perspective. The researchers conclude that the aesthetic of Arabic calligraphy stems from the use of the apparent Thuluth style among the linear configurations of geometrical shapes in the door of the Kaaba.
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