عنوان مقاله [English]
From the end of the 6th century AH until the beginning of the 10th century AH, which is generally referred to as the Ilkhanid (Timurid-Turkmen) architectural word for this time, Tabriz was one of the most significant and influential cities in the art and architecture of Iran and the bordering regions. It is also used sometimes. In the city of Tabriz, innumerable architectural works were constructed in the form of collections and individual structures throughout this time. Unfortunately, these works were severely damaged or destroyed in earlier eras due to major earthquakes and governmental wars. The architectural remains, archival documents, and travelogues of travelers to Tabriz until the end of the Safavid era are the only sources of data regarding the layout of the architectural spaces of these structures. Paintings that include key architectural topics or depict cities or architectural works as their primary subjects are among the most significant historical records, particularly when the building in the painting is destroyed. The illustration for Tahmaspi’s Shahnameh, which was created at Tabriz’s Royal Library during the Safavid period (10th century AH), includes a drawing titled “Nighttime in a Palace.” By examining this artwork, one may learn vital details about the architectural environment of the city of Tabriz. The Timurid era is when it was acquired (9th–10th century AH).
The purpose of the upcoming research is to understand the architectural space of Tabriz (9th-10th century AH) by examining the architectural space of the painting “ Nighttime in a Palace”
The present study’s methodology is based on Saunders Research Onion, which is grounded in the interpretative epistemology paradigm. It is qualitative in terms of method, and historical in approach. The method of data collection is documentary-bibliographic, the method of data processing is analytical-comparative, and the results are both descriptive and analytical in form.
The findings of the research indicate that the complex shown in the Shahnameh Tahmaspi painting is probably similar to the architectural space of the Sahibabad complex in Tabriz by analyzing the structure of the architectural spaces of the painting “Nighttime in a Palace” and comparing it with the architectural spaces of the Sahibabad complex in Tabriz (9th-10th century AH).
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