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作       者:Gaston Migeon,Henri Saladin

出  版  社:Parkstone International

出版时间:2012-05-08

字       数:23.2万

所属分类: 进口书 > 外文原版书 > 艺术/建筑/历史

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伊斯兰艺术并不是某个国家或者某个民族的艺术,而是一种宗教的艺术:伊斯兰教。从阿拉伯半岛延展开来,宗教的皈依者在几个世纪中征服了从大西洋到印度洋的领土。跨越了多文化和多种族,这种多形态和高度精神化的艺术禁止所有关于人和神的东西,发展出教规和极具装饰艺术价值多种动机。这些艺术家详细而独出心裁地表达了他们的信念,创造了诸如耶路撒冷的阿克萨清真寺、阿格拉的泰姬陵和格拉纳达的阿罕布拉宫等不朽之作。
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Introduction

Architecture

A – The Near and Middle East

Cairo

Jerusalem

Mecca

Medina

Damascus

The Mosque of Ibn Tulun in Cairo

The Al-Azhar Mosque in Cairo

The Hassan Mosque in Cairo

B – North Africa and Spain

Palaces

The Hassan Tower in Rabat (1199)

The Koutoubia Mosque in Marrakech

Marrakech

The Great Mosque of Tlemcen

The Giralda (1195)

The Great Mosque of Córdoba

The Alhambra

C – Iran and the Persian School

Bricks

Stalactites

Roofs

Ornamentation

Baghdad

The Friday Mosque of Isfahan

Tamerlane's Mausoleum (Gur-e Amir)

The Sher-Dor Madrasa

Monuments of Isfahan: Shah Abbas's Constructions

The Imperial Mosque at Isfahan

D – The Ottoman School

The Great Mosque of Konya

The Bayezid II Mosque

The Suleymaniye Mosque

The Selimiye Mosque at Edirne

The Sultan Ahmed Mosque

E – Muslim India

Qutab Minar

The Monuments of the Mughal Emperors

Badshahi Mosque (Lahore)

The Taj Mahal in Agra

The Delhi Palace

The Palace of Jaipur

The Golden Temple in Amritsar

The End of Indian-Muslim Architecture

Fine Arts

A – Sculpture

Sculpted wood

Ivory

B – Metal Arts

Bronze

Copper Inlays

Weapons

C – Metalwork and Rock Crystals

D – Mosaics

Manufactured Products

A – Ceramics

Hispano-Moorish Faience

B – Enamelled Glass

C – Textiles

D – Carpets

The Art of the Book

A – Arab Manuscripts

B – Egyptian Korans

C – Persian Manuscripts

D – Indo-Persian Miniatures

E – Turkish Manuscripts

Conclusion

BIBLIOGRAPHY

List of Illustrations

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