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FOURTH GRADE VISUAL ARTS II. Islamic Art and Architecture
ISLAMIC ART & ARCHITECTURE Illuminated Manuscript Characteristics of Islamic Architecture Taj Mahal
Illuminated Manuscript, Kay Khusraw Installs a King
Illuminated Manuscript Medallion From the Koran
Islamic Architecture Dome
Islamic Architecture Dome of the Rock (Interior of Dome)
Islamic Architecture Dome of the Rock
Islamic Architecture Minaret of the Kalayon Mosque
Islamic Architecture Minaret of the Qutbh Minar
Islamic Architecture From the Alhambra in Granada, Spain
Islamic Architecture Taj Mahal
FOURTH GRADE VISUAL ARTS 2002/ ART OF THE MIDDLE AGES IN EUROPE 2.ISLAMIC ART AND ARCHITECTURE 3. THE ART OF AFRICA 4. THE ART OF CHINA 5. THE.
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FINA 224 ISLAMIC ART AND ARCHITECTURE Dr Niall Christie Office Hours: Mon, Wed and Fri, 12:30-1:00 pm, 3:00- 3:30 pm, or by appointment Copy of outline.
Chapter 5 The Islamic World. Islamic World Dates and Places: 7 th century to present Middle East, Spain, North Africa People: Muslim followers of Prophet.
Think about: Who is this, and what does it tell us about the achievements of the Islamic Empire???
1 Islam. 2 Muhammad the final prophet– CE Allah (word for God) Monotheistic Major Branches: Sunni – 85% and Shiite – 15% Koran (Qur’an) is sufficient.
Islam Belief in the in a monotheistic god as reveled to the Prophet Mohammad. God is referred to as Allah. The Holy Book is the Quran.
Islamic Arts. Principal Arts Arts of the Object Ceramics Metalwork Glass Woodwork Textiles Architecture Tombs Mosques The Arts of the Book Calligraphy.
Islamic Art. Illuminated tugra of Sultan Suleyman, from Istanbul, Turkey c ink, paint, and gold on paper.
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Https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSw n_aDndKtenLbDL7YKFXAKGSLA0n8Pr https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzmDvpj pjxo Unit 10: Islamic Art.
Styles/Techniques/Features—Source 5 Octagonal Capital moved to Baghdad-all architects had different style methods Eventually everybody agreed upon one.
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