Celtic art: definition, characteristics and history. Celtic art for creating logos, ornamental patterns and ornamentations.

 Celtic art: definition, characteristics and history. Celtic art for creating logos, ornamental patterns and ornamentations.

a definition:

        Celtic art or Celtic art is one of the oldest and oldest types of drawing methods, and its appearance dates back to prehistoric times in Europe today. He was famous among those who spoke the Celtic language, which is a group of languages with great similarity and was previously widespread across most parts of Europe as far as Wales, Scotland and Ireland.... According to researchers, the first origin of Celtic art was inscriptions, and perhaps the most famous of these are the inscriptions in the Alps dating back to the 6th century BC.

Characteristics of Celtic art:

       Celtic art is one of the few arts that brings together many different peoples, languages and cultures, whether a thousand years BC or AD, for which scholars have used the term early Celtic art. Both arts have influence from all Celtic countries, but they are distinguished by decoration and the avoidance of straight lines. Circles and triangles are preferred, and the majority of designs feature symbols from stories, symbolic or religious expressions. Celtic art features a particular drawing and design, as if it were an ornament, even on paper surfaces, and the use of techniques such as spiraling or linear interlacing, as well as a careful look at row weighting with adding rows. From symbols and letters to animal and nature shapes, Celtic design also relies on hollowing, that is, the spaces between spiral lines and curved lines, in order to cover the most visible surfaces. more difficult to engrave, and the same method continued to be used. on paper.

      Celtic art is famous in ancient times because of the decoration used in adornment, including religious decoration, such as decoration on the cross, metalwork, and its decoration such as jewelry. Some of the most famous symbols that you will often see, whether in jewelry or design, are the tree of life and the triquetra knot.

        The Celtic style is considered one of the most notable arts in that it features an ornate architectural style, especially in places of worship and palaces. Currently, most engineers are returning to Celtic art to present the splendor of ancient decoration and apply it in a modern way. but whether it is plastic work, styling, decoration, utensils, stained glass or metal work. Jewelry with a touch of Celtic symbols is one of the most sought after items, especially in Europe and the Americas. Indeed, these symbols are among the most desirable and requested tattoo elements.

       Then the creation of large groups since the end of the 90s and even associations under the slogan of contemporary Celtic artists to present Celtic art in a contemporary way and in phase with its evolution, which led it to involve in digital works. That this art is widespread, especially in the work of logos and decorative motifs such as frames and many others.

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