عنوان مقاله [English]
The main issue is to study the quality of semantic implications of God’s great title in Islamic art and architecture works. The purpose is to gain the secret behind immortality of symbolic language of forms, figures, patterns, and structures of Islamic art and architecture works during different times and places. Among questions are; the quality of emanation of divine world figurative samples in art works, the relation between symbol and symbolic expressions and the reality of divine titles, the relation between God’s title with emanation of monotheism is Islamic works. Research is analytical-interpretative and data collected by library method and analyzed through deductive and inductive approaches.
Among achievements was form-space importance in Islamic art under God’s great title: symbol interpretation happens through a practical approach and with realization of meaning in person. This issue, from one hand, notifies the amount of approach in Islamic artist to divine facts and from the other hand shows the amount of audiences’ intimacy with Islamic works. In Islamic culture, any natural phenomenon is an emanation of levels of divine titles. Symbolic forms in artworks are figurations of exemplary expressions of divine examples, which artist achieved them in imaginations and express through works. In Islamic culture, everything is a symbolic form and while refereeing to world of divine titles notifies an intuition-divine world’s relation. Islamic period is an emanation of God’s title and Mohammadi reality is the expression of this title. Form and space in Islamic art are under God’s title and monotheism. Among emanation samples of monotheism in Islamic works are Arabesque, Khataii, and geometrical figures, centered principle of space, and emanations of order and harmony.