Persian calligraphy is the art of writing in the Perso-Arabic script. It is one of the most important elements in Iranian culture and art.
The origin of Persian calligraphy goes back to pre-Islamic times, when a number of scripts were used to write Middle Persian and Parthian (both ancient Iranian languages). The first examples of what we now know as Persian calligraphy was found on clay tablets from ancient Mesopotamia (modern day Iraq). These tablets date back to 4000 BC, but they are written in Akkadian cuneiform, a Semitic language unrelated to Persian.
What is special about Persian Calligraphy?
Persian calligraphy is one of the most beautiful calligraphy styles in the world. It is also one of the most popular and widely used calligraphy styles.
Many people choose to get art in the form of Persian Calligraphy for a variety of reasons. Some art choices for Persian Calligraphy includes fine art, Tattoo’s, Event Invitations (Weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, Engagements, Birthdays & More), Custom Jewelry, and much more..
Where can I buy Persian Calligraphy fine art?
You can buy Persian Calligraphy fine art from Masud Valipour, Persian calligraphist located in Los Angeles, CA. Masud Valipour has a variety of Art pieces to choose from, and he also offers custom work as well. You can call Mr. Valipour and request a custom art piece from him for any type of event, including birthdays, weddings, Tattoo’s and much more.
How Can I Contact Mr. Valipour For A Custom Persian Calligraphy Art Piece?
You can also visit Mr. Valipour in his modest art studio if you are near the Los Angeles area. The address is 1441 Westwood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90024.