Tag Archives: Islam

 Nazeih Taleb Maarouf & Semiramis Cavusoglu
The First International Artisans-at-Work Festival held in Islamabad, Pakistan on 7-15 October 1994 displayed the handicrafts of the Islamic world...
 Naseih Maarouf
One of the most distinctive features of Islamic design is the evolution of an increasingly abstract and repetitive repertoire of...
 Jennifer Wearden
World of Islam Festival Publishing Company
 Issam El-Said and Ayse Parman
past, present and future prospects for developing this heritage in the context of continuous changes of the market, design, quality...
The culture of the Muslim world has developed a very specific type of ornamental design, which is grounded in the...
 Maria da Gandra & Maaike van Neck
Over twenty million Muslims in China today. From the mountainous borders with Afghanistan to the tropical island of Hainan, the...
 How Man Wong
Illustrated with 31 colour plates and numerous b&w plates, bibliography. Ernst J. Grube was a German historian of Islamic art...
 Ernst J. Grube
From the linens of medieval Egypt to the silks and velvets of the Ottoman empire, textiles produced in the heartlands...
 Patricia L. Baler
 John Gillow
The book deals with such particular technical aspects of the subject as the use of natural dyes and the new...
 Nazeih Taleb Maarouf
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