Abd ol-Baghi Tabrizi

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Abd ol-Baghi Tabrizi (Persian: عبدالباقی تبریزی‎) was a prominent Iranian calligrapher during the reign of Safavid dynasty. He was specially an expert in the Thuluth, Naskh and Reqa script. He lived during the era of Abbas I and was a student of Alaeddin Tabrizi and Ali Reza Abbassi. He died in 1629.[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Javad Yassavoli (1981), Peydâyeš o Seyr e Tahavvol e Honar e Xat (The origin and developing process of the calligraphy), Yassavoli, p. 81
  2. ^ Habibollah Fazaeli (1983), Atlas e Xat(Calligraphy Atlas), Mashal, pp. 348–349