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Title The shaping of Persian art : collections and interpretations of the art of Islamic Iran and Central Asia / edited by Yuka Kadoi and Iván Szantó.

Publication Info. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013.


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Description 1 online resource (xiv, 315 pages) : black and white illustrations
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Why Persian Art Needs to be Studied and Collected / Yuka Kadoi and Iván Szántó -- Persian Art in Romania before World War I / Mircea Dunca -- From Armchair Literates to Art Historians: The Polish Collections of Persian Manuscripts / Magdalena Ginter-Frołow -- The Central Asian Collection at National Museums Scotland: History and Perspective / Friederike Voigt -- Persian Art in 19th-Century Vienna / Barbara Karl -- Persian Art for the Balkans in Austro-Hungarian Cultural Policies / Iván Szántó -- The Reception of Persian Art in the Czech Lands: Collections and Studies / Sabina Dvořáková -- The Mediation of Photography: Persian Paintings in European Printed Books and Journals / Iván Szántó and Tatjána Kardos -- Persian Art in France in the 1930s: The Iranian Society for National Heritage and Its French Connections / Alice Bombardier -- Philipp Walter Schulz and Friedrich Sarre: Two German Pioneers in the Development of Persian Art Studies / Joachim Gierlichs -- "The Most Important Branch of Muhammadan Art": Munich 1910 and the Early 20th Century Image of Persian Art / Eva-Maria Troelenberg -- A Loan Exhibition of Early Oriental Carpets, Chicago 1926 / Yuka Kadoi -- Tajik Art: A Century of New Traditions / Larisa Dodkhudoeva, Rustam Mukimov and Katherine Hughes.
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Summary While the impact of the Persian style is undeniably reflected in most aspects of the art and architecture of Islamic Central Asia, this Perso-Central Asian connection was chiefly formed and articulated by the Euro-American movement of collecting and interpreting the art and material culture of the Persian Islamic world in modern times. This had an enormous impact on the formation of scholarship and connoisseurship in Persian art, for instance, with an attempt to define the characteristics of ...
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Subject Art, Iranian.
Islamic art -- Iran.
Islamic art -- Asia, Central.
ART -- History -- General.
Art, Iranian. (OCoLC)fst00816406
Islamic art. (OCoLC)fst01730275
Asia, Central. (OCoLC)fst01240497
Iran. (OCoLC)fst01204889
Oriental martial arts.
History of art -- art & design styles.
Cultural studies.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Kadoi, Yuka.
Szántó, Iván.
Other Form: Print version: Shaping of Persian art 9781443849241 (OCoLC)855583004
ISBN 9781443864497 (electronic book)
1443864498 (electronic book)
1306992508 (e-book)
9781306992503 (e-book)
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