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Timurid architecture in Khurasan

Bernard O"Kane

Timurid architecture in Khurasan

by Bernard O"Kane

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Published by Mazdâ Publishers in association with Undena Publications in Costa Mesa, Calif., U.S.A .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Khurasan (Iran),
  • Iran,
  • Khurasan.
    • Subjects:
    • Architecture, Timurid -- Iran -- Khurasan,
    • Architecture, Islamic -- Iran -- Khurasan,
    • Architecture -- Iran -- Khurasan,
    • Khurasan (Iran) -- Antiquities,
    • Iran -- Antiquities

    • Edition Notes

      StatementBernard O"Kane.
      SeriesIslamic art and architecture ;, v. 3
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNA1486.K5 O43 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 418 p., [210] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages418
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2551370M
      ISBN 100939214350
      LC Control Number85043494

      9 Lisa Golombek and Donald Wilber, The Timurid Architecture of Iran and Turan, Princeton, , cat. no. 96; Bernard O’Kane, Timurid Architecture in Khurasan, Costa Mesa, , cat. no. My ingenious arguments hypothesizing a dâr al-siyâda or dâr al-ḥuffâẓfor this space can consequently be dismissed. Unfortunately since my account Cited by: 3.   A FINE TIMURID CUERDA SECA TILE PANEL comprising five rectangular tiles forming a complete design, the cobalt-blue ground painted with spiralling turquoise vine with red highlights overlaid by an elegant white naskh hadith preceeded by the bismillah, a gold kufic inscription outlined in red above, the whole within a narrow turquoise border, early 15th .

      READINGS Terry Allen, Timurid Herat Bernard O5Kane, Timurid Architecture in Khurasan, chap. 5, and cat. nos. 2 and 14 Maria E. Subtenly, FA Timurid Educational and Charitable Foundation: The Ikhlasiyya Complex of NAli Shir Nava5i in 15th-Century Herat and its Endowment. The exhibition “Glimpses of Timurid Architecture in Central Asia and India” opened on Tuesday, 25th April , at the Sheikh Zayed Gallery on LAU Beirut Campus. The opening was attended by the Ambassador of India to Lebanon, Mr. Sanjiv Arora, the Dean of the School of Architecture and Design at LAU, Dr. Elie Haddad, and the director of the.

        Timurid Arts of the Book Chair: Francis Richard, BULAC & UMR Mondes iranien et indien Manuscripts of the Timurid Period - Carries of culture (in Russian with English translation) Nozim Khabibullaev, Tashkent When Paper was Gold: Diplomacy, Cultural Encounter and the Arts of the Book under the Timurids, ca. Timurid Architecture in Khurasan. Linda Komaroff & Bernard O'Kane - - Journal of the American Oriental Society (4) The Architecture of Islamic Iran: The Il Khānid PeriodThe Architecture of Islamic Iran: The Il Khanid by:


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24 rows  The Timurid dynasty (Persian: تیموریان ‎), self-designated as Gurkani (Persian: گورکانیان ‎, Country: Timurid Empire, Mughal Empire. Timurid Architecture in Khurasan (Islamic art and architecture) [O'Kane, Bernard] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Timurid Architecture in Khurasan (Islamic art and architecture). Eventually only Khurasan and Transoxiana remained Timurid, and during the remaining years of the dynasty, these were ruled by separate branches of the Timurid family. By bringing craftsmen from different conquered lands to his capital in Samarqand, Timur initiated one of the most brilliant periods in Islamic Timurid architecture in Khurasan book.

Quick Overview. The core of this work is a catalogue of all known extant monuments built in Khurasan in the reigns of the successors of Timur. The period is virtually con-extensive with the 15th century CE, and is one in which the medieval province of Khurasan was the hub of the Timurid empire.

Timurid architecture is the pinnacle of Islamic art in Central Asia. Spectacular and stately edifices erected by Timur and his successors in Samarkand and Herat helped to disseminate the influence of the Ilkhanid school of art in India, thus giving rise Capital: Samarkand (–), Herat (–).

- Buy Timurid Architecture in Khurasan: 3 book online at best prices in India on Read Timurid Architecture in Khurasan: 3 book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : Bernard O'Kane.

Timurid dynasty, dynasty of Turkic-Mongol origin descended from the conqueror Timur (Tamerlane). The period of Timurid rule, centered in Herat, was renowned for its brilliant revival of artistic and intellectual life in Iran and Central Asia. Its rule in Herat ended in The Timurid Architecture of Iran and Turan: Two volumes (Princeton Monographs in Art and Archeology) [Golombek, Lisa, Wilber, Donald Newton] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Timurid Architecture of Iran and Turan: Two volumes (Princeton Monographs in Art and Archeology). Timurid architecture. Golombek and Wilber's book is the more ambltious of the two publications. In the authors decided to do for Timurid architecture what Wilber had done for Ilkhanid (The Architecture of Islamic Iran: the II Khanid Period, Princeton, ), and set out "to expose one of the world's lesser know[n] 'great'.

Timurid architecture - Ulugh Beg Madrasa, The Bibi Khanum Mosque, Aq Saray Palace, Amir Burunduq a mausoleum, 1. ARK - HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE IV TIMURID ARCHITECTURE GROUP MEMBERS: MOHAMAD HAFIZ BIN HASSAN MUHAMMAD AKHTIAR BIN HALIPAH NUR AINUN BASYIERAH BINTI NORDIN NURSHILA BINTI.

The Timurid Architecture of Iran and Turan, - Architecture - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What Gawhar Shad Gazurgah geometric Herat hexagonal Imam Imamzadeh inscription interior Iran Isfahan ivan khanaqah khaneh Khanid Khargird Khurasan Khvajeh kufic light blue madrasah Mashhad masjid masjid-i jami mausoleum mihrab.

Architecture •A huge and crumbling brick citadel •Built in the early 14th century on the site of a massive mosque •Inside the Citadel there is nothing except two arches and an indication of the position of the mihrab •Court has been covered with ignoble buildings • The sanctuary walls have been rebuilt and propped upFile Size: 2MB.

He is the author of Timurid Architecture in Khurasan (), Studies in Persian Art and Architecture (), Early Persian Painting: Kalila and Dimna Manuscripts of the Late Fourteenth Century (), The World of Islamic Art (), The Appearance of Persian on Islamic Art (), The Illustrated Guide to the Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo.

Timurid Architecture in Khurasan (Mazdâ Publishers in association with Undena Publications, Costa Mesa, ),figs., pls. Publication grants awarded by the J. Paul Getty Trust, the Aga Khan Publications Program, the British Institute of Persian Studies and the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland.

Wilber's The Architecture of Islamic Iran: The II Khanid Period has been the model for both the book under review and Bernard O'Kane's Timurid Architecture in Khurasan. For this reason perhaps, these two recent books on Timurid architecture overlap in method-ology, general organization of the material, and in many details, but they part company.

Beatrice Forbes Manz uses the history of Iran under the Timurid ruler Shahrukh (–) to analyse the relationship between government and society in the medieval Middle East.

She provides a rich portrait of Iranian society over an exceptionally broad spectrum - the dynasty and its servitors, city elite and provincial rulers, and the Cited by: English: Timurid architecture — of the Timurid dynasty (), in Central Asia.

Includes architecture of the dynasty's Timurid Empire era (–). Subcategories. Pope, Arthur Upham. A Survey of Persian Art. 3rd ed. Ashiya, ; see esp. vol. Bibliography: Islamic Persian Art to (FA (16))The bibliography volume incorporates all titles cited by Pope as well as more recent additions by the editors-a unique source of useful citations for this area of Islamic : Andras Riedlmayer.

The mosque architecture made use of earlier Persian elements, like the four-iwan plan and building materials of brick and glazed tiles reminiscent of Timurid architecture, with its blues and greens and bulbous domes. Even in such far-removed lands, the connections between these dynasties are evident in the art they created.

Mughal (). Timurid Architecture in Khurasan, Mazda Publishers/Undena Publications (Costa Mesa, CA), Studies in Persian Art and Architecture, American University in Cairo Press (Cairo, Egypt), Early Persian Painting: Kalila and Dimna Manuscripts of the Late Fourteenth Century, I.B.

Tauris (New York, NY), The Cambridge History of Iran is an eight-volume survey of Iranian history and culture, and its contribution to the civilisation of the world. All aspects of the religious, philosophical, political, economic, scientific and artistic elements in Iranian civilisation are studied, with some emphasis on the geographical and ecological factors which have contributed to that civilisation's special.Quick Overview.

Although the spread and development of Persian language and literature have been the subject of many studies, and while recent work on Islamic art history has resulted in the decipherment of many Persian inscriptions on metalwork and ceramics, the varying uses and importance of Arabic and Persian on works of art and architecture and the reasons for .