9 edition of Metalwork of the Islamic world found in the catalog.
|Statement||James W. Allan ; all photographs by Valerio Ricciardi.|
|LC Classifications||MLCL 91/01901 (N)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||168 p. :|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||86050736|
Dec 6, - Explore yasmineafahmy's board "Islamic metalwork", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Islamic art, Metal working and Islamic world pins. Metalwork in medieval Islamic art by Eva Baer; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Art metal-work, Medieval, Art metal-work, Islamic; Places: Islamic countries.
Ward's book provides an excellent introduction to Islamic metalwork - beginning with a simple definition, talking about the metals and techniques then tracing the Islamic dynasties in chronological order. The book contains many illustrations and an excellent map of the Islamic World. Call Number: NK W37 The bulk of the book focuses on the complex response of the Islamic world to modernity and Western hegemony The editors’ own ample introductory material places each selection in its historical and political context, and by itself constitutes a stimulating guide to the subject.”.
Glass and metalwork, for example, are represented in the full range of techniques from pre-Islamic period through to the 19th century. This mass of material is important in its own terms, but it also provides a visual context for the other items in the Collection. This exquisitely and extensively illustrated book allows readers to identify those elements and themes that define art forms as Islamic, and to examine them in works of painting and metalwork, in calligraphy and manuscripts, ceramics, glass, wood, and ivory comprising one of the most imposing collections of arts from across the Muslim : Rachael Clark.
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Metalwork of the Islamic World: The Aron Collection [James Allan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This superbly illustrated catalogue of Islamic metalwork from the Aron collection contains forty-four pieces ranging in date from the 9th to the 19th centuries.
A highlight is a hitherto unpublished incense burner by a Mosuli craftsman of the 13th by: 6. This book traces the range of materials and techniques, decorative motifs and diverse local styles of Islamic metalwork from the seventh to the fifteenth century with a wealth of illustration drawn from the British Museum and other major collections.
-- Back cover. Metalwork and Material Culture in the Islamic World over the course of more than half a century; and they transmitted these through apprenticeships; and there was a conscious sense of community that was expressed not only in the persistent use of the nisbah ‘al-Mawsili’, but in the use of at least one, if not two, identifying motifs out of 5 stars A Closer look at Islamic metalwork Reviewed in the United States on August 7, I remember reading this book when it first came out because I reviewed it for the Arab News while I lived in Saudi Arabia.3/5(1).
ork is perhaps the most continuous and best-documented artistic medium from Iran in the Islamic period. It survives mainly in brass (see BERENJ) and gold and silver wares, better known through literary accounts, were likely melted down (Ward, pp.
At times, echoing the forms of more ephemeral or less costly materials such as ceramics. The Nuhad Es-Said Collection of Islamic metalwork is one of the finest in private hands.
It contains examples of inlaid bronzes and brasses from 6th/12th and 7th/13th Herat and 7th/13th century Mosul, from Ayvubid Syria, Saljuk Anatolia, the Mamluk empire and the Dehli sultanate, and from Il-Khanid, Timurid and Safavid Iran/5(4). Book Review: Metalwork and Material Culture in the Islamic World: Art, Craft and Text.
Eds. Venetia Porter and Mariam Rosser-Owen. London and New York: I.B. Tauris, Journal of Islamic Studies, Oxford Center for Islamic Studies, The most spectacular piece in the collection is the Courtauld Metal Bag made in Mosul (present day northern Iraq) for a noble lady of the Mongol court around It is one of the most splendid pieces of Islamic metalwork in the world, and.
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The Nuhad Es-Said Collection of Islamic metalwork is one of the finest in private hands. It contains examples of inlaid bronzes and brasses from 6th/12th and 7th/13th Herat and 7th/13th century Mosul, from Ayvubid Syria, Saljuk Anatolia, the Mamluk empire and the Dehli sultanate, and from Il-Khanid, Timurid and Safavid Iran.
Inlaid with gold, silver and copper, and bearing. Islamic art encompasses the visual arts produced in the Islamic world. Islamic art is difficult to characterize because it covers a wide range of lands, periods, and genres, including Islamic architecture, Islamic calligraphy, Islamic miniature, Islamic glass, Islamic pottery, and textile arts such as carpets and embroidery.
It comprises both religious and secular art forms. Islamic metalwork is the particular focus of this book, which celebrates the fundamental contribution to its study made by James Allan. It includes an important new study of Mosul metalwork and presents recent discoveries in the fields of Fatimid, Mamluk and Qajar metalwork.
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With a focus on metalwork, this volume includes an important new study of Mosul metalwork and presents recent discoveries in the fields of Fatimid, Mamluk and Qajar metalwork. By examining architecture, ceramics, ivories and textiles, 17th-century Iranian painting and contemporary art, the book explores a wide range of artistic production.
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Texts are accompanied by a wide variety of objects, including architectural decoration, ceramics, jewellery, metalwork, calligraphy, textiles, musical instruments, coins, illustrated manuscripts, and modern and contemporary art, all of which shed new 3/5(2). Venice and the Islamic World, – features a wide range of fascinating images and objects, including paintings and drawings by familiar Venetian artists such as Bellini, Carpaccio, and Tiepolo; beautiful Persian and Ottoman miniatures; and inlaid metalwork, ceramics, lacquer ware, gilded and enameled glass, textiles, and carpets made in.
This book traces the range of materials and techniques, decorative motifs and diverse local styles of Islamic metalwork from the seventh to the fifteenth century with a wealth of illustration drawn from the British Museum and other major collections.
The author of this book is also the co-author of "Suleyman the Magnificent".Pages: The evolution of book painting first began in the 13th century, when the Mongols, under the leadership of Genghis Khan, swept through the Islamic world.
Upon the death of Genghis Khan, his empire was divided among his sons and dynasties formed: the Yuan in China, the Ilkhanids in Iran, and the Golden Horde in northern Iran and southern Russia.