Fatimid dish decorated with drinker and musician, 11th century, Benaki Museum of Islamic Art, Athens

Fatimid dish decorated with drinker and musician, 11th century, Benaki Museum of Islamic Art, Athens

Carreau de revêtement Kashan (Iran), 690 H (1291) Céramique lustrée

Carreau de revêtement Kashan (Iran), 690 H (1291) Céramique lustrée

Bowl with Peacock Motif, ca. 1200–1230. Ceramic; fritware, painted in luster on a transparent glaze with touches of cobalt blue, 4 1/8 x 14 3/16 in. (10.5 x 36 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Selden, 78.81. Creative Commons-BY (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, 78.81_SL1.jpg)

Bowl with Peacock Motif, ca. 1200–1230. Ceramic; fritware, painted in luster on a transparent glaze with touches of cobalt blue, 4 1/8 x 14 3/16 in. (10.5 x 36 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Selden, 78.81. Creative Commons-BY (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, 78.81_SL1.jpg)

Coupe avec un rhinocéros, lustre, fatimide, 11è siècle H=8 cm D=27 cm, Inscription en coufique "et sa gentillesse".

Coupe avec un rhinocéros, lustre, fatimide, 11è siècle H=8 cm D=27 cm, Inscription en coufique "et sa gentillesse".

Dish      Place of origin:      Raqqah, Syria (probably, made)     Date:      1150-1200 (made)     Artist/Maker:      Unknown (pro...

Dish Place of origin: Raqqah, Syria (probably, made) Date: 1150-1200 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (pro...

Maker(s) & Production: Unknown, potter, Iran  Category: fritware (stonepaste)  Name(s): bowl; category Islamic pottery; category lustre ware; category  Date: circa 1170 — circa 1199  School/Style: Seljuk  Period: late 12th Century

Maker(s) & Production: Unknown, potter, Iran Category: fritware (stonepaste) Name(s): bowl; category Islamic pottery; category lustre ware; category Date: circa 1170 — circa 1199 School/Style: Seljuk Period: late 12th Century

Plate, 13th Century  Iran, Rayy or Raqqa (?), Seljuk Period

Plate, 13th Century Iran, Rayy or Raqqa (?), Seljuk Period

Lustre-ware from Kashan, Iran, c. 1260-1285 (from Perpetual Glory: Medieval Islamic Ceramics from the Harvey B. Plotnick Collection by Oya Pancaroglu (2007), Art Institute of Chicago).

Lustre-ware from Kashan, Iran, c. 1260-1285 (from Perpetual Glory: Medieval Islamic Ceramics from the Harvey B. Plotnick Collection by Oya Pancaroglu (2007), Art Institute of Chicago).

Cup hawker Louvre. Earthenware with haftrang and gilded decoration and lustre decoration, overglaze plainted. Iran, early 13th century.

Cup hawker Louvre. Earthenware with haftrang and gilded decoration and lustre decoration, overglaze plainted. Iran, early 13th century.

Türk Selçuklu Sanatının bir başka güzel örneği. Buna benzer bir sanat başka milletlerin yaratımında yok...Benzersiz...Yine Ana Tanrıça ikonografisi..Kadın başlı Rölyefler, Selçuklu Tarzı..Umay ile bağlantılı olabilecek "Hüma" kuşu figürü olduğunu tahmin ettiğim kuşlar kullanılmış..Selçuklu motifleri ile süslenmiş..Nuray Bilgili..

Türk Selçuklu Sanatının bir başka güzel örneği. Buna benzer bir sanat başka milletlerin yaratımında yok...Benzersiz...Yine Ana Tanrıça ikonografisi..Kadın başlı Rölyefler, Selçuklu Tarzı..Umay ile bağlantılı olabilecek "Hüma" kuşu figürü olduğunu tahmin ettiğim kuşlar kullanılmış..Selçuklu motifleri ile süslenmiş..Nuray Bilgili..

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