Early Ottoman Art. Legacy of the Emirates
Museum Ohne Grenzen (Museum with No Frontiers), 30 сент. 2014 г. - Всего страниц: 252
Early Ottoman Art: The Legacy of the Emirates presents the artistic and architectural expressions in Western Anatolia and the emergence of the Ottoman dynasty in the 14th and 15th centuries. The Turkish Emirates developed a new stylistic synthesis by blending the Central Asian and Seljuq traditions and the legacy of the Greek, Roman and Byzantine past. The architectural schemes of mosques, hammams, hospitals, madrasas, mausoleums and the great religious complexes, columns and domes, floral and calligraphic decoration, ceramics and illumination testify to the richness of styles. The cultural and artistic flourishing that matched the rise of the Ottoman Empire was deeply marked by the distinctive legacy of the Emirates.
Eight itineraries invite you to discover 61 museums, monuments and sites in Milas, SelCuk, Manisa, Bursa, İznik, Karacabey, Canakkale, Gelibolu and Edirne (among others).
This title is part of the series "Islamic Art in the Mediterranean." Each title in this series start swith a general introduction to the series, followed by an introduction to the particular title. To see the table of contents of this title and a section of its introduction, please check the "Look Inside" link for the eBook/Kindle version. The "Look Inside" link for the paperback version takes you to the general series introduction. Please note that only the eBook includes a Location Index.