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by Oleg Grabar,Marilyn Jenkins-Madina,Richard Ettinghausen


This richly illustrated book provides an unsurpassed overview of Islamic art and architecture from the seventh to the thirteenth .

This richly illustrated book provides an unsurpassed overview of Islamic art and architecture from the seventh to the thirteenth centuries. Ships from and sold by SpeedyHen.

Art and architecture of Islam 650-1250; Grabar, Oleg; Jenkins, Marilyn, 1940 . previously published in The art and architecture of Islam 650-1250 by Penguin Books Lt. 1987"-T.

Art and architecture of Islam 650-1250; Grabar, Oleg; Jenkins, Marilyn, 1940-. Includes bibliographical references (p. 329-335) and indexes.

e. Richard Ettinghai. I. Grabar, Marilyn Jenkins-? This richly. Marilyn Jenkins-Madina. Some sections of this book were previously published in The Art and Architecture of Islam 650-1250 by Penguin Books Ltd, 1987 All rights reserved

e. Some sections of this book were previously published in The Art and Architecture of Islam 650-1250 by Penguin Books Ltd, 1987 All rights reserved. This book may not be reproduced, in. of Richard Ettinghausen.

This richly illustrated book provides an unsurpassed overview of Islamic art and architecture from the seventh .

This richly illustrated book provides an unsurpassed overview of Islamic art and architecture from the seventh to the thirteenth centuries, a time of the formation of a new artistic culture and its first, medieval, flowering in the vast area from the Atlantic to India.

Richard Ettinghausen, Oleg Grabar. Marilyn Jenkins-Madina

Richard Ettinghausen, Oleg Grabar. Lists with This Book. Best Books About Islam & Muslims.

ISLAMIC ART & ARCHITECTURE 650-1250, Ettinghausen, Richard, Graba. Additional Product Features. Marilyn Jenkins-Madina, Oleg Grabar, Richard Ettinghausen. Place of Publication. Free postage -Islamic Art and Architecture 650-1250, Paperback by Ettinghausen, Richard; G. .

The enthronement of multiculturalism among the premier academic virtues in the 1990s finally led to serious attempts to deal with the one-volume problem, and today we have three handsome and well-illustrated paperbacks: Robert Irwin’s Islamic Art in Context (published by Abrams in the Perspectives series, 1997); Blair and Bloom’s Islamic Arts (published by Phaidon in the. Arts & Ideas series, 1997); and now the newest of all by Robert Hillenbrand.

Richard Ettinghausen, Oleg Grabar, and Marilyn Jenkins-Madina. This richly illustrated book provides an unsurpassed overview of Islamic art and architecture from the seventh to the thirteenth centuries, a time of the formation of a new artistic culture and its first, medieval, flowering in the vast area from the Atlantic to India.

Inspired by Ettinghausen and Grabar’s original text, this book has been completely rewritten and updated to take .

The volume focuses special attention on the development of numerous regional centers of art in Spain, North Africa, Egypt, Syria, Anatolia, Iraq, and Yemen, as well as the western and northeastern provinces of Iran.

This richly illustrated book provides an unsurpassed overview of Islamic art and architecture from the seventh to the thirteenth centuries, a time of the formation of a new artistic culture and its first, medieval, flowering in the vast area from the Atlantic to India. Inspired by Ettinghausen and Grabar’s original text, this book has been completely rewritten and updated to take into account recent information and methodological advances.The volume focuses special attention on the development of numerous regional centers of art in Spain, North Africa, Egypt, Syria, Anatolia, Iraq, and Yemen, as well as the western and northeastern provinces of Iran. It traces the cultural and artistic evolution of such centers in the seminal early Islamic period and examines the wealth of different ways of creating a beautiful environment. The book approaches the arts with new classifications of architecture and architectural decoration, the art of the object, and the art of the book.With many new illustrations, often in color, this volume broadens the picture of Islamic artistic production and discusses objects in a wide range of media, including textiles, ceramics, metal, and wood. The book incorporates extensive accounts of the cultural contexts of the arts and defines the originality of each period. A final chapter explores the impact of Islamic art on the creativity of non-Muslims within the Islamic realm and in areas surrounding the Muslim world.
Fenrikree
This is a good intro to my Islamic art class. I would have like the books to provide more monuments that's not from the Middle East like mosques in China. Yes...there are mosques in China.
Twentyfirstfinger
Excellent!
Adoraris
It is a great book, I was surprised with the quality of the printing and very easy to use and read
huckman
I am taking an Art of Islam course and this book is good to follow, read, and study. I am planning on keeping this text book in my library collection.
Llanonte
All the photos are in black and white. I was disappointed there were no photos in color
Shaktizragore
Good
Gamba
too much highlighting
This book contains the 'nut shell' of Islamic Art and Architecture. There are some plans, and many color photographs. Each project is accompanied by text explaining it and it's cultural significance. For someone who has an interest in the geometries and forms of Islamic Art this book was worth it.
Islamic Art and Architecture 650-1250 ebook
Author:
Oleg Grabar,Marilyn Jenkins-Madina,Richard Ettinghausen
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Architecture
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Yale University Press; 2nd edition (August 1, 2003)
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360 pages
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