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The Ottoman Silk Textiles of the Royal Museum of Art and History in Brussels (Single Titles in Art History) ePub download

by M. Van Raemdonck

  • Author: M. Van Raemdonck
  • ISBN: 2503511864
  • ISBN13: 978-2503511863
  • ePub: 1229 kb | FB2: 1141 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Engineering
  • Publisher: Brepols (distributed) (December 31, 2004)
  • Pages: 146
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The Ottoman Silk Textiles of the Royal Museum of Art and History in Brussels (Single Titles in Art History) ePub download

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The aim of this catalogue is to publish the 43 Ottoman textiles which are preserved in the Royal Museums of Art and History. With the exception of two textiles. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.

Single Titles in Art History. The aim of this catalogue is to publish the 43 Ottoman textiles which are preserved in the Royal Museums of Art and History. Other books in this series. By (author) M Van Raemdonck. We can notify you when this item is back in stock. Except two for which we are nor sure, these specimens were woven in the major metropolitan weaving centres of the Ottoman Empire namely Bursa, Istanbul and their environs. All date from the period between the late 15th to the early 19th century. Two types of weaves are represented. Flemish Minatures 8-16 Century.

43 Ottoman textiles which are preserved in the Royal Museums of Art and History. Single Titles in Art History. With the exception of two textiles, whose origins are unknown, these examples were woven in the major metropolitan weaving centres of the Ottoman Empire, namely Bursa, Istanbul and its environs. With the exception of two textiles, whose origins are unknown, these examples were woven in the major metropolitan weaving centres of the Ottoman Empire namely Bursa, Istanbul and their environs.

The Royal Museums of Art and History (French: Musées royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, Dutch: Koninklijke Musea voor Kunst en Geschiedenis) or RMAH is a group of museums in Brussels, Belgium. It is part of the Belgian federal institute of the Belgian Federal Science Policy Office (BELSPO). The group comprises: Art & History Museum (formerly the Cinquantenaire Museum). Horta-Lambeaux Pavilion. Museums of the Far East. Musical Instrument Museum.

All Title Author Text Subject Lists Advanced. Published 2004 by Brepols in Turnhout, Belgium.

of Art and History (RMAH) are part of the Federal Scientific Insititutions and cover a group of prominent museums. The Royal Museums of Art and History (RMAH) are part of the Federal Scientific Insititutions and cover a group of prominent museums

The Royal Museums of Art and History (RMAH) are part of the Federal Scientific Insititutions and cover a group of prominent museums. The Royal Museums of Art and History (RMAH) are part of the Federal Scientific Insititutions and cover a group of prominent museums. The Royal Museums of Art and History (RMAH) are

The aim of this catalogue is to publish the 43 Ottoman textiles which are preserved in the Royal Museums of Art and History

The aim of this catalogue is to publish the 43 Ottoman textiles which are preserved in the Royal Museums of Art and History. Firstly the velvets of which the collection counts 25 examples, one of them being an important catma, probably the earliest preserved in the world.

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The aim of this catalogue is to publish the 43 Ottoman textiles which are preserved in the Royal Museums of Art and History. With the exception of two textiles, whose origins are unknown, these examples were woven in the major metropolitan weaving centres of the Ottoman Empire namely Bursa, Istanbul and their environs. All date from the period between the late 15th to the early 19th century. Two types of weaves are represented. Firstly the velvets of which the collection counts 25 examples, one of them being an important catma, probably the earliest preserved in the world. Follow the kemha or lampas fabrics, of which we preserve 16 specimens, 6 of them bearing inscriptions, the others decorated with various patterns. The third main type of Ottoman weaves, the seraser or cloth of gold and silver, rare in Western collections, is not represented here. Finally, the collection contains two silks in a distinctive weave, an extended tabby, of which one is a military banner. Although these fall slightly out of the otherwise homogeneous group, they where not excluded from this study because certainly produced within the Ottoman realm. This publication puts on record a status quaestionis of the knowledge we gathered the last ten years on the account of this group of silks and to place it at the disposal of other museum curators and researchers. Since the scrutiny of the weaving technology and of the natural dye analyses can lead to a better understanding of the silk industry and offers at the same time concrete elements to delimit groups of textiles and of -who knows in the future- workshops or production centres, special focus is laid on these aspects.
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