Drawings by Sadequain
This book by SADEQUAIN Foundation titled Drawings by SADEQUAIN is a comprehensive collection of more than 350 black and white drawings. It is a result of more than four years of research and discovery of his drawings spread from Japan, Singapore, Pakistan, India, Middle East, Europe, and North AmericaIn technical terms the drawings in this book display the unity of disciplines of drawing, calligraphy as well as the traditions of Urdu and Persian poetry which Sadequain shared to his core. Most importantly, the drawings in this book show how Sadequains lines, whether complex or simple, performed magically with the complexity of a well-orchestrated symphony; they represent poetry of color, harmony of rhythm, and the power of a tempest. It is hoped that this book will be helpful in analyzing the imagery in Sadequains drawings and establishing the links to appropriate historical and cultural context. Its empirical research and textual contents are balanced to address the sensitivities that attempt to compare and contrast arbitrary and loaded concepts.
- Paperback | 400 pages
- 203.2 x 254 x 23.11mm | 979.75g
- 10 Jun 2015
- Createspace Independent Pub