8 edition of The Arts of the book in Central Asia, 14th-16th centuries found in the catalog.
The Arts of the book in Central Asia, 14th-16th centuries
|Statement||general editor, Basil Gray ; Oleg Akimushkin ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Gray, Basil, 1904- , Akimushkin, O. F.|
|LC Classifications||ND3244 .A77 1979b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 314 p. :|
|Number of Pages||314|
|ISBN 10||0877731659, 0394507673|
|LC Control Number||79002148|
Ms. or. fol. has some similarities with other illustrated Shahnama examples dating back to late 15 th century, but also specific characteristics. Firstly, the dimensions and outer design of the book are attracting attention. The book made in the dimensions of 26 x 36 cm is larger than other Shahnama copies prepared in the same era.. Its outer design includes a gold-bronze . Treasures of Asia: Arab Painting. New York: Rizzoli International Publications Inc, Gray, Basil et al., The Arts of the Book in Central Asia 14th - 16th Centuries. Colorado: Shambhala Publications Inc., 9. Hunter, Dard. Papermaking: The History and Technique of an Islamic Arts of the Book from the Vever Collection.
Emil Esin, “The Bakhshi in the 14th to 16th Centuries: The Masters of the Pre-Muslim Tradition of the Arts of the Book in Central Asia,” in The Arts of the Book in Central Asia, 14thth Centuries (Boulder, Paris, Shambhala, UNESCO: Random House, ). on Persian painting and arts of the book came much later in his career - Persian Painting (Geneva: Skira, ) and the ed-ited volume The Arts of the Book in Central Asia, 14thth Centuries (Paris: UNESCO, ) - during the preparation for the exhibition and after, he was very much con-cerned with the impact of East Asian art in.
On the other hand, the Persian Nastaaligh script, used alongside the illuminations in Persian book art in the 15 th century, is known to have evolved through the modification of both the Kufi and Uyghur scripts. It could also be possible that Manichaean painting influences reentered Persian culture alongside the Uyghur script from Central Asia. The Arts of India / edited by Basil Gray Gray, Basil, [ Book: ] At 38 libraries. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 42,) The arts of the book in central Asia: 14thth centuries / Oleg Akimushkin [et al.] ; general editor, Basil Gray Akimushin, Oleg [ Book: ] At 10 libraries.
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[O F Akimushin; Basil Gray;]. The Arts of the Book in Central Asia, 14th–16th Centuries. Boulder: Shambhala, Haldane, Duncan. Islamic Bookbindings in the Victoria and Albert Museum.
London: Victoria and Albert Museum, Raby, Julian, and Zeren Tanindi. Turkish Bookbinding in the 15th Century: The Foundation of an Ottoman Court Style. London: Azimuth Editions, The Arts of the book in central Asia, 14thth centuries / Oleg Akimushkin [et al.] ; general edito Islam and politics in Central Asia / Mehrdad Haghayeghi.
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Basil Gray, ed., The Arts of the Book in Central Asia 14th–16th Centuries, introduction, chapters 4. Week 3: The Art of the Book, ca Basil Gray, ed., The Arts of the Book in Central Asia 14th–16th The Arts of the book in Central Asia, introduction, chapters 5–7.
Ferrier, ed. The Arts of the Book in Central Asia, 14th - 16th Centuries. London, Gumiliev, L. Searches for an Imaginary Kingdom: The Legend of the Kingdom of Prester John. Guide to Research in Islamic Art and Architecture Miniature Painting, Calligraphy & Other Book Arts Guide to Research in Islamic Art and Architecture.
Table of Contents. About this Subject Guide The Arts of the Book in Central Asia, 14thth Centuries. Basil Gray, Oleg Akimushkin et al. London & Paris, Section of a Qur'an Manuscript late 14th–early 15th century "The Arts of Calligraphy." In The Arts of the Book in Central Asia: 14th–16th centuries, edited by Basil Gray.
London, Paris: Serindia Publications/ Unesco, pp. 11, 14, ill. fig. 2 (b/w). The Arts of the Book in Central Asia- 14thth Centuries, Shambhala Publications (), ISBN Gray, Basil, Sung Porcelain and Stoneware (The Faber monographs on pottery & porcelain) Faber and Faber, 1st edition (), ISBN Born:Kensington, London, England.
Soucek, Priscilla P. "The Arts of Calligraphy." In The Arts of the Book in Central Asia 14thth Centuries, Ed. Basil Gray (Boulder, CO: Shambhala / UNESCO, ): Zakariya, Mohamed. "Islamic Calligraphy: A Technical Overview." In Brocade of the Pen: The Art of Islamic Writing, Ed.
Carol Garrett Fisher (East Lansing, MI: Kresge Art Author: Evyn Kropf. This volume traces the second great expansion of the Islamic world eastwards from the eleventh century to the eighteenth.
As the faith crossed cultural boundaries, the trader and the mystic became as important as the soldier and the administrator. Distinctive Islamic idioms. The Art of the Pen: Calligraphy of the 14th to 20th Centuries.
London and New York: Oxford University Press, Zakariya, Muhammad. "Islamic Calligraphy: A Technical Overview." The Arts of the Book in Central Asia, 14thth Centuries (Boulder, Colo.: Shambhala, ). the book as an object-basically the study of its physical elements and processes of production-using codico-logical methods.
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