عنوان مقاله [English]
Poetry, a literary and artistic creation, is a combination of different elements. Imagination and illustration are significant aspects of poetry. Imaginary elements in this genre of literature play an important role in its beauty and permanence. Among these, lyrical poems are among literary forms in which illustration is prominently visible. Lyrical poetry is a reflection of the poet's personal feelings and emotions. Some literary works such as Khamseh Nezami, which were copied during the Safavid period, are also a reflection of pictorial and imaginative elements. The study of the reflection of illustration in the poems of lyrical poems with the five paintings of Shah Tahmasebi can illuminate the deep connection between poetry and painting. This descriptive and analytical method seeks to study the forms of imagination and illustration in systems such as Nasrin and Firooz, Salim and Salmi, Nel and Daman, Naz and Niaz. The research findings indicate the deep presence of illustration and imagination in such poetic artworks. The use of rhetorical industry, style and innovation of illustration is almost the same in all systems, but the style of illustration of the story of "Nel and Deman" has changed outlook midway. The most common criteria used in the imagination and illustration of these few systems are on such axes as emotion, communication and information, social class, the position of the beloved, speech and conversation, carpentry, planets and natural elements. In Khamseh Shah Tahmasebi's paintings, the element of imagination and illustration such as mourning, beloved, speech and natural elements can be evidently seen.
1. The place of illustration and imagination in four systems: Salim and Salmi, Firooz and Nasrin, Nel and Daman, Naz and Niaz.
2. A comparative study of pictorial and imaginative elements in the lyrical poetry with the paintings of Khamseh Shah Tahmasebi.
1. What effect and role does imagery and imagination have on the poetry of Salim and Salmi, Firooz and Nasrin, Nel and Daman, Naz and Niaz?
2. What are the similarities between the pictorial and imaginative elements in lyrical poems such as Salim and Salmi, Firooz and Nasrin, Nel and Daman, Naz and Niaz with the five paintings of Shah Tahmasebi?