عنوان مقاله [English]
No work is created spontaneously, but always has signs and features of the presence of pervasive patterns in its interior that have been effective in its formation. Many visual works that appear next to a written text, in addition to preconceptions of previous visual examples, take many of their creative aspects from the textual features they belong to. In this context, the way the written text is performed can also affect the visual text itself. Investigating these connections, which are interpreted as intertextual studies in the field of art and literature, is a suitable method to understand the intertextual relationship between two written and visual systems in a work. In this book, whose writing and images were created together and in a special solidarity and with a local and regional approach, it is one of the works that has been studied many times in terms of the theme and type of illustration And its image characteristics have been reviewed and expressed from different aspects but there are still uncertainties in its exact recognition. There is text and image. This makes it necessary to carry out this research, so that assuming that the text and image of Qabusnameh were created by the same person, to match its two written and visual systems and to evaluate their commonalities with each other with the aim of achieving a single discourse. In this process, the multitextual method is used as a subset of Genet's extensive studies called Transtextuality. And the result of this structural affinity indicates that many creative aspects in writing and image are similar.
And the deep similarity between them indicates that the work is local and social in terms of the unity of the calligrapher and illustrator and the unity of the artistic style, without the restrictions imposed by the artistic patron.