Author: Los Angeles County Museum of Art
- The museum houses a highly significant collection of Islamic art. These widely diverse arts, from an area extending from southern Spain to Central Asia, trace the distinctive visual imagination of Islamic artists over a period of fourteen hundred years. The collection consists of over 1,700 works, of which some 150 examples are on view; these include glazed ceramics, inlaid metalwork, enameled glass, carved wood and stone, and manuscript illustration, illumination, and calligraphy.
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A collection of over 230 ceramic objects (vessels) at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) Vessel Greater Iran (Afghanistan) Vessel, 6th-8th century Ceramic; Vessel, Ceramic, Height: 6 5/16 in. (16 cm);…
Tiles | Origin: Turkey, Iznik, Ottoman | Period: last quarter of the 16th century | Collection: The Phil Berg Collection (M.71.73.37a-b) | Type: Ceramic; Architectural element, Fritware, underglaze painted in red, blue, green…
Calligraphic Artwork at LACMA. Click on any image for more details. ART WORK PAINTING KHALIGRAFI different inlay islamic calligraphy lacma islamic collection