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Priscilla P. Soucek
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Penn State University Press; First Edition edition (October 1, 1990)
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College Art Association Monographs.

College Art Association Monographs.

For the College Art Association of America; Pennsylvania State University Press, University Park1988. Recommend this journal. Anatol A. Ivanov (a1).

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Richard Ettinghausen, and Priscilla Parsons Soucek, Content and Context of Visual Arts in the Islamic World : Papers from a Colloquium in Memory of Richard Ettinghausen, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, 2-4 April 1980, Monographs on the Fine Arts (University Park ; London: Published for the College Art Association of America by the Pennsylvania State University Press, 1988), pp. xxii, 261p.

Soucek, Priscilla . Ed. Published by Pennsylvanis State Univ. xxii, 261 p. Papers from a colloquium in memory of Richard Ettinghausen, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, 2-4 April, 1980. Press for College Art Association of America, University Park, 1988. Condition: Fine - No . Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. Title: Content and Context of Visual Arts in the. Publisher: Pennsylvanis State Univ. Press for College Art Association of America, University Park. Publication Date: 1988.

The College Art Association of America (CAA) is the principal organization in the United States for professionals in the visual arts, from students to art historians to emeritus faculty. Founded in 1911, it "promotes these arts and their understanding through advocacy, intellectual engagement, and a commitment to the diversity of practices and practitioners.

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Soucek, Priscilla, ed. Content and Context of Visual Arts in the Islamic World : papers from a colloquium in memory of Richard Ettinghausen, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. Monographs on the fine arts, vol. 44. University Park, PA: College Art Association of America, 1988. no. 208, pp. 5, 11, ill. fig. 19 (b/w). Alexander, David . and Stuart W. Pyhrr. in the Metropolitan Museum of Ar. In Islamic Arms and Armor. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2015. 54, pp. 144–47, ill. (color). Timeline of Art History. Timelines Iran, 500-1000 .

The mission of the College Art Association (CAA) is to promote the visual arts and their understanding through advocacy, intellectual .

The mission of the College Art Association (CAA) is to promote the visual arts and their understanding through advocacy, intellectual engagement, and a commitment to the diversity of practices and practitioners. July 1990 · Middle East Studies Association Bulletin.

Find nearly any book by Priscilla Soucek. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Christine Verzar Bornstein, Priscilla Soucek. ISBN 9780912303246 (978-12303-24-6) Softcover, Univ of Michigan Museum of Art, 1981.

This volume focuses on the question of meaning in the visual arts of the Islamic world. Twelve essays deal with a wide variety of materials—ceramics, metalwork, stone carving, textiles, manuscript illustration, calligraphy, and the forms and decorations of architecture—and the topics covered range in date from the seventh to the seventeenth centuries. Some focus on the formal transformations of themes, objects, or motifs in the context of Islamic civilization. Others explore the factors that have shaped the aesthetic perceptions of Islamic artists and patrons. In their search for the fundamental assumptions that shaped the character of Islamic art, the authors utilize a wide variety of primary sources, from historical chronicles and literary tests to monumental inscriptions and numismatics.