عنوان مقاله [English]
Coverage has been a symbol of culture in different eras and shows the social status of individuals and society. Iran is located in a special region and because of that; it has a people with different cultures and religions which has led to diversity in the way of life and coverage. According to the history of several thousand years, it has a richness in terms of its shape and geometry that can be seen in paintings of different periods. Coverage has many lexical meanings and refers to different aspects. In this article, two aspects of it are mentioned - which include the human element or the "Sarpoosh", and also the architectural element, which is called "Asemaneh". They have a special importance and place in the Iranian-Islamic culture and it is due to the existence of various religions that Iran is one of the richest civilizations in the world, and therefore it has various and original covers; as inspired by Western artists in different periods. Since clothing is the protector of individuals' privacy and architecture is the protector of society's privacy and the Sarpoosh is known as one of the main components of clothing and the Asemaneh is also known as one of the main components of architecture; both of them are related to humans, so the relationship between them cannot be ignored.
The point to consider in the discussion of coverage is the factors that have affected them in various ways, one of the most important and fundamental of which is gender. Previous studies show that gender has been influential in the coverage of human beings, but how can this influence be observed in the coverage of Safavid period paintings? The main purpose of this study is to investigate the impact of human and architectural coatings on each other in paintings and to find out the answers to these questions: - Is there an influence between Sarpoosh-ha and Asemaneh-ha in the paintings of the Safavid period? - Which factors influence between them? - What role does gender play in this influence? Paintings in different periods are one of the most significant visual documents through which the painter has helped to recognize different periods by using creativity and special illustration, and of course, by using geometric and Islamic shapes to simplify historical events. Forms and geometries have played an important role in the artist's expressions, which change according to the context, and cause different emotions. In some cases, broken and sharp forms, and in other subjects, soft and curved forms are used. The painter has tried to help express the feelings and knowledge of that time by using the simplest forms and sometimes similarities, which can be seen in the coverings as well as the buildings.
It should be noted that due to the nature of this article, in this study, the main focus is on the coverage depicted in the paintings. The best way to collect this information is to refer to paintings from different periods. In this research, we have tried to compare the Sarpoosh and the Asemaneh by selecting paintings with different contents and examine the existence of this influence on each other and also the geometric and formal relationship between them, and finally how to respond to this influence. Therefore, in this article, by collecting information and visual documents through library research method and selecting the studied samples from Safavid period paintings - with different contents such as epic and mystical - various types of coverings have been achieved and by the method of Semiotic analysis, which is of qualitative and descriptive-analytical type, they have been studied while this influence of human and architectural coverings on each other have been examined comparatively.
The results of studies conducted in the above paintings indicate that there are several factors regarding the impact of the two on each other, and gender, as one of these factors, has played a colorful role which is noticeable in the paintings and can be observed which shows close relationship between them. In the Asemaneh-ha the presence of men is bold, and rough with majestic forms - which can be called masculine traits - which is also true in the Sarpoosh-ha, in contrast to the spaces where the presence of women has played a prominent role, soft, static and delicate forms - which can be called feminine traits - are used. It should be noted that in this article, coverage has been studied in terms of form and geometry, and due to the breadth of the content, they can be studied from other aspects (including color, etc.) as well.