Research of the Alejalayir and Aleinjou Painting School
Raees Giglou Ardalan, Mastali Zadeh Maryam, Shahbazi Shiran Habib
The art of painting of Iran has created many honors that each of the schools is in its place of great importance. The Jalayir school is, on the one hand, a legacy of Mongolian and pre-Mongolian schools, and on the other hand, according to its own art, as well as its time requirement, has created a new type of design that has certain components. Literary masterpieces, combined with illustration and painting, as well as engaging in the use of colorful techniques and the use of diverse colors and the importance of artistic techniques, have made a turning point in their past times. Al-Injou in Shiraz has created a different style than jalayir, which is influenced by the type of government and the thinking of the rulers of this period, and a kind of tendency to Iranian sweat has made the features of the Achaemenid and Sassanid kingdoms more evident in this school, and individuals Facades and even animals are more important and more elegant, in this period, like the jalayir school and, perhaps, better than that, the techniques of book writing have continued, as well as the commercialization of books has been widespread and in the small Shahnameh of this era, this proves to be true. The method in this research is a qualitative library with a descriptive-analytical approach. By addressing the characteristics of the index and the type of illustration, the writing, and characterization of the graphs of each period, and comparing them with each other.