Ceramics of the Islamic World

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I.B.Tauris, 2000 - Art - 399 pages
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Ceramics from the Islamic world have been fully appreciated by western art historians and collectors, as well as the discerning public, since the early 20th century. Since then important finds have enhanced the role of ceramics as a valuable source in charting the evolution of Islamic artistic culture. In this monumental and magnificently illustrated book, Géza Fehérvári presents the history of ceramics in the Islamic world through a wide and comprehensive collection of objects spanning all periods and regions of the Islamic world.
 

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Géza Fehérvári is Emeritus Professor of Islamic Art at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

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