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fallenangel4:    Mihrab, Yesil Tomb, Bursa, Turkey by SvKck on Flickr.

fallenangel4: Mihrab, Yesil Tomb, Bursa, Turkey by SvKck on Flickr.

Çini Ustası Sıtkı Olçar

Çini Ustası Sıtkı Olçar

Maker:    Unknown; potter    Category:    fritware (stonepaste)    Name(s):    tankard  Islamic pottery; category  Iznik; category    Date:    circa 1565 — circa 1575    School/Style:    Ottoman    Period:    3rd quarter of 16th century

Maker: Unknown; potter Category: fritware (stonepaste) Name(s): tankard Islamic pottery; category Iznik; category Date: circa 1565 — circa 1575 School/Style: Ottoman Period: 3rd quarter of 16th century

Tile. 1575 Ottoman period. Iznik, Turkey...The contrast between the colored floral forms and the white background allow the separation of the shapes from their background, this draws the focus to the central floral structure. The use of blue, green and red in this piece represent earth, water and fire respectively in Islamic culture. While the nature/floral theme suggests a garden, which is representative of heaven in traditional religious Islamic works.

Islamic Art: Principles and Elements of Design

Tile. 1575 Ottoman period. Iznik, Turkey...The contrast between the colored floral forms and the white background allow the separation of the shapes from their background, this draws the focus to the central floral structure. The use of blue, green and red in this piece represent earth, water and fire respectively in Islamic culture. While the nature/floral theme suggests a garden, which is representative of heaven in traditional religious Islamic works.

Iznik tile detail

Iznik tile detail

Çini / Hürrem Sultan Türbesi

Çini / Hürrem Sultan Türbesi

Iznik 16th - Benaki Islamic Museum Greece

Iznik 16th - Benaki Islamic Museum Greece

hatai

hatai

AN IZNIK POLYCHROME TILE OTTOMAN TURKEY, CIRCA 1575

Statement Jewels

AN IZNIK POLYCHROME TILE OTTOMAN TURKEY, CIRCA 1575

SuperStock - Partial Iznik Pottery Tile, Ottoman Turkey Late 16th Century Islamic Art

SuperStock - Partial Iznik Pottery Tile, Ottoman Turkey Late 16th Century Islamic Art

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