Mustafa Râkim

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Mustafa Râkim
Mustafa Rakim, calligraphic panel.jpg
Calligraphic panel written by Mustafa Rakim, late 18th - early 19th century
Born 1757
Died 1826
Known for Islamic calligraphy
Movement Naskh (script), Thuluth

Mustafa Râkim (Ottoman Turkish: مصطفى رآقم; Modern Turkish: Mustafa Râkım) (1757–1826) was an Ottoman calligrapher.[1] He extended and reformed Hâfiz Osman's style, placing greater emphasis on technical perfection, which broadened the calligraphic art to encompass the Sülüs script as well as the Nesih script.

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  1. ^ "The Ottoman Period". Les Arts Turcs. Retrieved 17 December 2011. 
  • Rapture and revolution: essays on Turkish literature, Talât Sait Halman,Jayne L. Warner, 2007