naskh风格不同于其前,迹象。而不是角,这种风格更草书。其整体属性代表了草书迹象软化到更广泛的曲线和自由扫(图5)。这种风格,也更完成了,因为它已经包含的所有元素的迹象的风格。看来这种风格本身很容易培养作装饰的写作,使写作本身成为艺术,与迹象,写作是装饰艺术的目的。Naskh风格也执行通用的伊斯兰书法是指包含在中风和读者的魅力曲线普遍吸引力的希望向其优雅的运动。Naskh字符开发多种形式在许多国家。其最初的出生地点是在巴格达期间阿巴斯哈里发,并分散到整个伊斯兰世界书法。其最早的形式是“Maghribe”(图6)从西方世界的一部分,是直接来自原始字母表的风格写作。可以看到的naskhy Maghribe写在撒马尔罕的纪念碑,伊斯坦布尔,西方世界的其他部分。还有其他naskh风格的书法在东方世界在中亚、阿拉伯、伊拉克、伊朗、阿富汗和印度。这个东部naskh风格更大比例的圈周长与倾斜的中风迅速扔进“Shikasta”的形式。有趣的是,许多国家以后的发展产生许多其他naskh风格。Thulth、Riqa Zulf-e-Aru古尔扎,T ‘aus Larza,Manshur其他类型的naskh更具观赏性和装饰性的联系。
The naskh style differs from its preceding, the kufic. Instead of being angular, this style is more cursive and round. Its overall properties represent the cursive kufic softened to broader curves and freer sweeps (figure 5). This style, too, is more finished as it has incorporated all the elements in the kufic style. It appeared that this style has itself so easily cultivated as a decorative writing, which makes the writing itself becomes art, contrast to the kufic, where the writing is ornamented to serve the art purpose. Naskh style also perform a general purpose of Islamic calligraphy that is to show to readers the charm contained in the strokes and curves in hope of a universal appeal towards its graceful movements. Naskh characters were developed in many forms in many countries. Its original birth place was in Baghdad during the period of Abbasid caliph, and was spread out to the entire Islamic calligraphy world. Its earliest form was the “Maghribe” (figure 6) from the western part of the world and was drawn directly from the original writing in kufic style. The naskhy Maghribe writing can be seen on monuments in Samarkand, Istanbul, and other parts of the western world. There are also other naskh style calligraphy in the eastern world like in central Asia, Arabia, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, and India. This eastern naskh style has to it a wider proportion of circle circumference with the slanting strokes flung swiftly into the form of “Shikasta”. Interestingly, the developments in the many countries later produced many other naskh styles. Thulth, Riqa, Zulf-e-Aru’s, Gulzar, T’aus, Larza, and Manshur are the other types of naskh with more ornamental and decorative touch.