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arabesques arch Ballard BERGAMO border is composed Catalogue Loan Exhibition Collection James F color scheme corbeled arch dark blue ground decorated enclosing ends Exhibition Oriental Rug field is composed flanked floral flower motifs forms in red forms in yellow geometric forms Ghiordes knots GHIORDES PRAYER RUG green ground hyacinths inner border Institute of Arts interspersed LADIK lanceolate leaves lilies Loan Exhibition Oriental main border Metropolitan Museum Minneapolis Institute motifs in red Museum of Art Oriental Rug Collection outer border outlined in black outlined in brown outlined in red outlined in white palmettes panel pattern in red pinks plant forms pomegranate red field red ground red guard stripes rosettes Rug Collection James running pattern secondary border Senna knots SEVENTEENTH CENTURY sides SIXTEENTH CENTURY spandrel square inch stems tertiary border tones of blue tones of red tones of yellow tree form violet white ground white outlined yellow and blue yellow ground
Page 73 - IN the name of the merciful and compassionate God. Say, ' He is God alone ! God the Eternal ! He begets not and is not begotten ! Nor is there like unto Him any one !
Page 87 - HUMPHRIES, SYDNEY. Oriental carpets ; runners and rugs and some Jacquard reproductions. London: A. & C. Black, 1910.
Page 94 - MMA (Old Oriental carpets. 1926-29. 2 v.). Ancient Oriental carpets, by the Imperial Royal Austrian Museum of Art and Industry, Vienna; being a supplement to the Oriental carpets, published 1892 to 1896 by the Imperial Royal Austrian Commercial Museum, Vienna. 25 plates in colours, with preface by the editor, A. von Scala, introduction by Wilhelm Bode, text by Friedrich Sarre. Leipzig: KW Hiersemann, 1908. 2 pl, 8 p., 1 l., 25 col'd pi.
Page 3 - DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE OF AN EXHIBITION OF ORIENTAL RUGS FROM THE COLLECTION OF JAMES FRANKLIN BALLARD EXHIBITED IN...
Page 73 - Whosoever prays upon this carpet, may his prayer be accepted and (may God) make him attain his desire (?) and from Heaven may his sins be wiped out.
Page 88 - Catalogue of a Loan Exhibit of Early Oriental Rugs at the Metropolitan Museum...
Page 89 - Catalogue. Mrs. Phoebe A. Hearst loan collection. Edited by J. Nilsen Laurvik.
Page 89 - The Tiffany Studios collection of notable antique oriental rugs. New York. 1906.