Journal of Ottoman Calligraphy

Lectures & Editorials on Calligraphy

Archive for the ‘20th Century Turkish Calligraphy’ Category

Kamil Akdik [b.1861-d.1941]

Quotation by Ali (was the cousin, son-in-law and one of the Ahl al-Bayt, people of the house, of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, reigning over the Rashidun empire from 656 to 661) [20x36cm, dated AH 1348 (1929), signed Kamil Akdik

Provenance

Formerly in the Sevket Rado Collection
Sold Spring 2008 at auction in Istanbul

Literature and References

Rado, S. (1983). Türk Hattatlari: XV. yüzyildan günümüze kadar gelmis ünlü hattatlarin hayatlari ve yazilarindan örnekler. Istanbul: Yayin Matbaacilik Ticaret.

Photography/ Text © Portakal Sanat ve Kültür Evi

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July 19, 2008 at 9:04 pm

Hamid Aytac [b.1891-d.1982]

Illuminated page, written diagonally with black ink, 28.50 x 19.50 cm, datedAH 1355 (1936), signed Hamid Aytac

Provenance

Formerly in the Sevket Rado Collection
sold Spring 2008 at auction in Istanbul

Literature and References

Rado, S. (1983). Türk Hattatlari: XV. yüzyildan günümüze kadar gelmisünlü hattatlarin hayatlari ve yazilarindan örnekler. Istanbul: Yayiin Matbaacilik Ticaret.

Photography/ Text © Portakal Sanat ve Kültür Evi

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July 14, 2008 at 8:56 am

Mehmed Nazif [b.1846-d.1913]

page,35.00 x 20.50 cm, dated AH 1324 (1906), signed Mehmed Nazif

Provenance

Formerly in the Sevket Rado Collection
sold Spring 2008 at auction in Istanbul

Literature and References

Rado, S. (1983). Türk Hattatlari: XV. yüzyildan günümüze kadar gelmisünlü hattatlarin hayatlari ve yazilarindan örnekler. Istanbul: Yayiin Matbaacilik Ticaret.

Photography/ Text © Portakal Sanat ve Kültür Evi

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July 14, 2008 at 8:52 am

Hasan Rıza [b.1849 – d.1920]

Hilya ( which embodies the Prophet’s moral, behavioral, and spiritual qualities as well as physical appearance of the Prophet Muhammad), 58 x 40.5 cm,dated AH. 1323 (1905), signed Hasan Rıza

Photography/ Text © Antik A.S.

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July 14, 2008 at 8:12 am

Seyh Aziz Rıfai [b.1871-d.1934]


Sufi Lodge panel, dated AH.1339 (1920), 40 x 35 cm, signed Seyh Aziz Rıfai (1871-1934)

Photography/ Text © Antik A.S.

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July 14, 2008 at 8:01 am

İsmail Hakkı Altunbezer [b.1873-d.1946]

Jali Thuluth panel, 67.00 x 95.00 cm, dated AH 1364 (1944), signed İsmail Hakkı Altunbezer

Photography/ Text © Antik A.S.

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July 14, 2008 at 7:58 am

Ahmed Refet Efendi

Hilya ( which embodies the Prophet’s moral, behavioral, and spiritual qualities as well as physical appearance) of the Prophet Muhammad), 41.00 x 31.00 cm, dated AH 1362 (1943), signed

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July 13, 2008 at 10:11 pm