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The floral tiles are reminiscent of those in Golestan Palace. I learnt that Golestan means Rose Garden, how obvious.

Mihrab (Prayer Niche), Iran (Isfahan), A.H. 755/ A.D. 1354–55, Mosaic of polychrome-glazed cut tiles on stonepaste body, Metropolitan Museum of Art: Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 39.20, Currently on view.
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Mihrab (Prayer Niche), Iran (Isfahan), A.H. 755/ A.D. 1354–55, Mosaic of polychrome-glazed cut tiles on stonepaste body, Metropolitan Museum of Art: Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 39.20, Currently on view.

A collection of photographs pulled together by Decoritem shows the rich history of mosque wall art designs. The shapes, colors, and patterns that are embedded into the architecture present beautiful spaces, both on the exterior and interior.

Nothing found for 2016 03 The Rich History Of Mosque Wall Art Designs

A collection of photographs pulled together by Decoritem shows the rich history of mosque wall art designs. The shapes, colors, and patterns that are embedded into the architecture present beautiful spaces, both on the exterior and interior. In a conversation recorded by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, curators explain that there is a religious significance to everything from the orientation of the structure to the objects that it contains. "Mosque decoration almost never…

Turkish Izmir tiles in Istanbul

Lately in love with: Turkish Izmir tiles in Istanbul

Many of these decorate Topkapi Palace and the Mausoleums of the Sultans in Istanbul Photo credit: Jorapa's Flickr photostream

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Abdolsamad Tomb & Mosque, Natanz, Iran

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17th-century Middle Eastern architectural tile from Hali, fall 2010

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[Nature morte au bougeoir (The Candlestick), Edouard Vuillard, circa 1900. Oil on millboard. National Galleries Scotland. Larger view here.] This post is a sort of test run for a new blog I might start next year. The idea is to scout textiles based on the richly patterned fabrics, rugs, and wall coverings seen in Vuillard's work. Sometimes I might do deep dive research into a particular painting and attempt to find doppelgänger textiles. But I'd also likely share picks just loosely related…

Blue Mosque in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan

Blue Mosque in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan « Islamic Arts and Architecture

The Blue Mosque, in Mazar-e-Sharif, has tiles that look like they are painted with flowers, but the floral patterns are actually made from tiles cut into different shapes and plastered together.

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Tile from a Panel Turkey, possibly Istanbul, second half of 17th century Ceramics Fritware, underglaze painted

Tile from a Panel

Tile from a Panel, Unknown, Turkey, possibly Istanbul, second half of 17th century, Ceramics, Fritware, underglaze painted.

Muqarnas decoration

Muqarnas decoration, Unknown, Turkey, Bursa, 15th century, Ceramics, Earthenware, cuerda seca technique, Specifically associated with Islamic architecture, the muqarnas is a three-dimensional decorative element that resembles a honeycomb or stalactite.

Tillya Kari Madrasah, Samarkand

Tillya Kari Madrasah, Samarkand

Sold Price: A MONUMENTAL CALLIGRAPHIC TILE, CENTRAL ASIA OR PERSIA, 14TH CENTURY | - October 3, 0118 10:30 AM BST

the stonepaste body with tall moulded calligraphic inscription between foliate stems under a protruding band with smaller line of Kufic calligraphy, painted in white with black outlines and turquoise band on a cobalt blue ground under a transparent glaze, set onto custom metal mount