Results 1 – 27 of 27 Iznik. The Pottery of Ottoman Turkey by Atasoy, Nurhan and Raby, Julian and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available. Get this from a library! Iznik: the pottery of Ottoman Turkey. [Nurhan Atasoy; Julian Raby; Yanni Petsopoulos] — Iznik is a magnificent large-format book on the . Trove: Find and get Australian resources. Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more.

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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Ancient marbles Christie’s Antiquities specialist Laetitia Delaloye advises on five things to consider before buying ancient marbles. A large iznik pottery dish, ottoman turkey, circa Laura Lindsay llindsay christies.


Yusuf added it Apr 06, Related Department Islamic art. The underside of the dish would have been shaped using a template as the mould was rotated on the wheel.

Adresse email visible uniquement par l’auteur du blog. Treasury of Turkish designs: The panels have white thuluth lettering reserved on a dark cobalt blue background. Dish with cloud scrolls that are similar to those on the lamp, c.

During the first half of the 16th century underglaze painted blue-and-white ceramics ottman also produced in Istanbul. It presents the rich creativity of Islamic Arts and Architecture, traces the historical development of Islamic regions and dynasties, highlighting their diversity of artistic expression from the inception of the faith until the present. Tiled panel with a central mandorlac.

Retrieved from ” https: End of the s: An iznik pottery tile, ottoman turkey, circa It appears to be the largest potttery surviving grape dish.


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A rare and impressive blue and white Iznik pottery dish, Ottoman Turkey, circa 1530-35

Large quantities of tiles were required. A large, deep bowl depicting an advancing lion and rimmed ottmoan a breaking wave pattern, is in the Gulbenkian Museum inv. Iznik Pottery,pp. If a piece is repaired, the less loss of the original body, the better. Nielsen Book Data Supplemental links Contributor biographical information Publisher description.

Based on many years of research, this study is the only comprehensive survey devoted to Iznik pottery vessels. Of deep rounded form with bracketed rim, decorated in underglaze blue, viridian green, relief red, outlined in pale greyish-black, with tulips and roses emanating from a leafy tuft, the rim with breaking wave pattern, the reverse with alternating floral motifs.

In the early period only cobalt blue was used for decoration. Only a handful of other dishes decorated with trees are known. Within the mosque above the mihrab is a large lunette panel with tiles painted in cobalt blue, turquoise and dark olive green.

It was created during the zenith of the Ottoman Empire, which once ruled the lands from Central Europe to the Indian Ocean. Production peaked when Iznik declined, and it is still produced today.

Artists combine a rich repertoire of often naturalistic motifs. Following the establishment of the Ottoman Empire in the early 14th century, Iznik pottery initially followed Seljuk Empire antecedents.

The mihrab is potterj with tiles painted with a thin brownish red but in other parts of the mosque there are tiles with the thick sealing-wax red relief.

Iznik pottery

Flux RSS des messages. The lamp can be used to date a group of other vessels including some large footed basins. Flux RSS des messages. This dish displays the characteristics of the first period of Iznik vessels produced with underglaze red.


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Stickers or numbers on the underside of a piece often hold clues to the history. The vessels have separate areas of Ottoman arabesque and Chinese floral designs. Fritware had been turket in the Near East from the 13th century, but Iznik fritware, achieving a white surface, was a major innovation.

Beginning in the middle of the 16th century, the iznjk in Iznik began producing coloured fritware tiles to decorate the imperial buildings designed by the head architect Mimar Sinan.

This was especially so in the Ottoman court and the Safavid court in Persia which had important collections of Chinese blue-and-white porcelain. Your name Please enter your name Your name is required Your email Please enter a valid email address An email address is required Website Message Please enter your message Cancel. Want to Read saving….

;ottery important object in the study of Iznik pottery is a mosque lamp that is now in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

The originality of the potters was such that their use of Chinese originals has been described as adaptation rather than imitation. From the middle of the century the potters in Iznik produced large quantities of underglazed tiles to decorate the imperial buildings designed by the architect Mimar Sinan.