The Oliphant: Islamic Objects in Historical Context

The Oliphant Islamic Objects in Historical Context Setting a group of medieval carved ivory horns in the specific artistic and historical context in which they were manufactured used and re used this book presents a mine of information for the study

Discover Islamic Art Virtual Museum object_ISL_de The Discover Islamic Art Virtual Museum and Virtual Exhibitions present the Islamic heritage of the Mediterranean basin, alongside collections of Islamic art hosted by the participating museums, The Oliphant Islamic Objects in Historical Content, Leiden, , , pl I, fig . Oliphant Islamic Objects in Historical Context Islamic Buy Oliphant Islamic Objects in Historical Context Islamic History and Civilization by Avinoam Shalem ISBN from s Book Store Everyday low prices and free delivery on The oliphant Islamic objects in historical context Book The oliphant Islamic objects in historical context Avinoam Shalem Setting a group of medieval carved ivory horns in the specific artistic and historical context in which they were manufactured, used and re used, this book presentsa mine of information for the study The Oliphant Islamic Objects in Historical Context Setting a group of medieval carved ivory horns in the specific artistic and historical context in which they were manufactured, used and re used, this book presents a mine of The Oliphant Islamic Objects in Historical Context Setting a group of medieval carved ivory horns in the specific artistic and historical context in which they were manufactured, used and re used, this book presents a mine of information for the study of medieval history The first chapters explore such technical aspects as the cutting and carving of oliphants, and also the broader issues of the morphology of ivory and its availability in the PDF The Oliphant Islamic Objects in Historical Context Islamic Places Around The World And The Most Important Islamic Places Around The World And The Most Important Historical Pakistan and weapons of mass destruction Avinoam Shalem Faculty Department of Art History and The global context of the visual cultures of the world of Islam, mainly in the Mediterranean, Near East, North Africa, Spain, South Italy and Sicily Medieval aesthetic thoughts on visual arts and craftsmanship The image of Islamic art and the historiography of the field Avinoam Shalem studied islamic art sotheby s llotpfbqen A final comparable oliphant exists in the Muse de l Arme, Paris published in A Shalem, The Oliphant, Islamic Objects in Historical Context, Leiden, , Plate XIV In this instance, the foliate bands of the upper section bear some similarity, although the cutting technique of the The oliphant Islamic objects in historical context Note Citations are based on reference standards However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

  • Title: The Oliphant: Islamic Objects in Historical Context
  • Author: Avinoam Shalem
  • ISBN: 9789004137943
  • Page: 223
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Setting a group of medieval carved ivory horns in the specific artistic and historical context in which they were manufactured, used and re used, this book presents a mine of information for the study of medieval history The first chapters explore such technical aspects as the cutting and carving of oliphants, and also the broader issues of the morphology of ivory and itsSetting a group of medieval carved ivory horns in the specific artistic and historical context in which they were manufactured, used and re used, this book presents a mine of information for the study of medieval history The first chapters explore such technical aspects as the cutting and carving of oliphants, and also the broader issues of the morphology of ivory and its availability in the Mediterranean basin in the Middle Ages On the basis of specific carving methods and varying vocabulary of motifs, the oliphants are organized into groups and their probable sites of production are suggested The core of this volume, however, is the attempt to place them in their specific historical context The purpose of their mass production, namely their patronage and original function, is explored, but also their reception and new functions in the church treasuries of Latin Europe is broadly discussed.

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