عنوان مقاله [English]
The Abbasids ruled the Islamic world from 132 AH to 656 AH. The city of Baghdad, the center of the Abbasid caliphate, became one of the most celebrated capitals of the Islamic world during this historical period. One of the salient features of this city was its distinctive architecture. Considering the proximity of this region with Iran and the extensive relations between the two, the issue of the influence of Iranian art can be considered and researched. The present research is accomplished via descriptive and analytical methods and by relying on the data of library resources. The research findings indicate that this exclusive art particularly in the fields of pottery, glassware, textiles, musical instruments, metalwork and decorative arts in many cases have been influenced and inspired by Iranian ornamental arts. The most significant reason for the evolution and progress of art and architecture in the Abbasid period was the existence of Iranians in the Abbasid court. Most mosques, houses and palaces were created by Iranian designers and architects. During this period, Parthian and Sassanid Iranian architectural elements such as the tradition of archery, dome construction, glassmaking and minarets were adapted.
To scrutinize architectural and decorative arts in the Abbasid era and the extent of the impact of Iranian-Islamic art.
To study the components of Iranian-Islamic art in the art of the Abbasid period.
What factors influenced the impact of Iranian-Islamic art on the art of the Abbasid period?
What are the components of Iranian art in the art of the Abbasid period?