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The background of Islamic art is quite fascinating. Islamic art is considered to be  a huge field. It is considered that because of the way the art is in that culture. The art can  be of pottery, paintings, glass, calligraphy and many other stuff. Islamic art is not just all  about religious topics compared to other type of arts. The art may contain many of the  Islamic cultures and how the society is at the time of the artwork. Islamic art has been  developed through many types of areas and one of which includes Christian art. Islamic  art typically but not always contains great patterns and colors to the work. On of the most popular technique in Islamic art is calligraphy. Calligraphy in Islamic art is typically  words or phrases that share Islamic culture.
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