Calligraphies of Love by Hassan Massoudy

Calligraphies of Love by Hassan Massoudy

Competition published on February 10, 2017.

Inspired by timeless love poems from around the world, Hassan Massoudy’s calligraphy takes us on a visual journey through love in its many forms.

Through his signature broad strokes and vibrant colours, this master calligrapher brings to life the words and wisdom of some of our greatest poets, from Ibn Zaydoun and Rumi to Kahlil Gibran, John Keats and Paul Éluard.

Beautifully designed and illustrated throughout, Calligraphies of Love is the perfect gift for lovers, poets and dreamers.

 

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Celebrated  French-Iraqi artist Hassan Massoudy has exhibited internationally and has works included in the permanent collection at the British Museum.

 

This collection features over 100 proverbs and love poems from around the world and over 100 colour and black and white illustrations.

 

About the author

Hassan Massoudy was born in Iraq. He moved to France in 1969, where he studied at L’École des Beaux-Arts and has lived since. His work has been exhibited throughout Europe and the Middle East, and is in the permanent collections of the British Museum and the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts, among others.

Find out more: www.massoudy.net

 

Calligraphies of Love by Hassan Massoudy, published on 13 February, 2017 by Saqi Books in paperback

 

 

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