عنوان مقاله [English]
Everything that is said in a conversation is a reflection of another voice in the conversation. Thus, dialogue is considered as the main field of the human category. Also, according to the s tudies, it became clear that the chronotope is used to show timelessness and placelessness, and the basic condition of all linguis tic narratives is seen as text. All of this had to do with man and his philosophical anthropology and his ontological view of man. In the next part of the article, two paintings by Jalayer with Ara Bakhtin were read. In Jalayer’s works, man is the mos t important subject of painting and man has a change in performance and thinking in his works. Jalayer is one of the mos t important artis ts of the Nasserite period, whose main category is human beings and showing the mental and inner s tates of human bodies. Man in Jalayer’s painting is influenced by the political and social conditions of his time. In this section, two sculptural works from Jalayer, one image of Noor Ali Shah and the other women, were s tudied. In this s tudy, it was found that both works are depicted in accordance with the conditions of Qajar society. The main category in pictures is human painting. One work is made in one piece and the other work has several pieces. The image of Noor Ali Shah has a color limit and focuses on the only body of the image, but the image of women of color is painted and group and focuses on the passage of moments. These two images are a symbol of dialogue in Jalayer’s paintings and are seen as a text of dialogue. According to the social and political conditions of Qajar, these works have a kind of anthropology of the image of man in the Qajar period and show his dialogue and concerns, and dialogue is seen as a single-word and multi-word as an expressive medium. In the text, there is a dialogue in these works, the evolution of dialogue and conversation that can be seen as a monologue in the body of Noor Ali Shah and a polyphony in the work of court women around the samovar, and the exis tence of dialogue in Jalayer paintings which is the content of this research hypothesis. conforms that. In this place, the presence of chronotope and timelessness and placelessness can be seen in Jalayer’s painting. Discussion in connection with chronotope in interaction with the aes thetic and humanis tic norms of Noor Alishah’s monophonic paintings (metaphorical and ideal representation, function of court sculptural painting s tructure And its rules) are seen and are more in line with Bakhtin’s theories than the images of women. As a result, in these paintings, dialogue is no longer merely a “linguis tic phenomenon” and becomes a text with multiple semantic implications in dialogue and conversation in the image, which is monosyllabic in Noor Ali Shah’s image and multi-voiced in women’s image. Being a word also has a single word, and each human being is singular in the plural.