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Visit emeraldpublishing. Abstract Purpose Islamic art is characterized by a deep-rooted vitality and distinct form of expression that arises from its intimate position with regard to Islamic civilization. Findings The paper further delves into the relationship shared by spirituality and art, and the influences they exert upon one another. Please note you might not have access to this content.

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    There is certain richness to Islamic calligraphy that stems from the two dimensions of this art form. The second dimension is the horizontal, which links them together in a continuous flow. In examining any Islamic text we see that Arabic is written from the right to the left. This is based on the belief that the writing runs back from the field of action toward the heart. This in it of itself is another profound example of art and spirituality unifying as a means to create beauty.