Journal of Ottoman Calligraphy

Lectures & Editorials on Calligraphy

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

"Hakkakzade" Mustafa Hilmi [b.?-d.1851]

panel, 17x26cm, dated AH 1260 (1844), arabic poem, signed Hakkakzade Mustafa Hilmi

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 Antik

JOC provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes and makes no warranty with regard to their use for other purposes. The written permission of the copyright owners and/or holders of other rights (such as publicity and/or privacy rights) is required for distribution, reproduction, or other use of protected items beyond that allowed by fair use or other statutory exemption. JOC has made every reasonable effort to locate and acknowledge copyright owners and wishes to be informed by any copyright owners who are not properly identified and acknowledged on this website so that we may make any necessary corrections.

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July 19, 2008 at 9:00 pm

Hafiz Ibrahim [b.?-d.?] 18th Century

Hadith, page, 13x20cm, undated, signed Hafiz Ibrahim

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 Antik A.S.Sotheby´s

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July 19, 2008 at 8:58 pm

"Egrikapili" Mehmed Rasim [b.1687-d.1755]

Hadith, page, 16.5x22cm, undated, signed Mehmed Rasim

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 8:57 pm

Mehmed Imamzade [b.?-d.1751]

Hadith, page, 16X22cm, undated, signed Ibrahim Kürtzade

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 8:54 pm

Mehmed Imamzade [b.?-d.1751]

page,29 x 23cm, undated, signed Mehmed Imamzade

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 8:49 pm

Mehmet Esad Yesari [b.?-d.1798], page of nasta`liq calligraphy

Lines of nasta`liq script written diagonally in black ink, 22.00 x 13.50 cm. dated AH 1170 (1756), Signed Mehmet Esad Yesari

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 14, 2008 at 9:43 am