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9780810964136 - Jerrilyn D. Dodds: Al-Andalus: The Islamic Arts of Spain - Livre
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Jerrilyn D. Dodds (?):

Al-Andalus: The Islamic Arts of Spain (?)

ISBN: 9780810964136 (?) ou 0810964139, en anglais, Abrams, Harry N., Inc. couverture rigide, Nouveau

52,59 (US$ 56,25)¹(livraison gratuite, sans obligation)
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Al-Andalus~~Jerrilynn-Denise-Dodds, Al-Andalus: The Islamic Arts of Spain, Hardcover
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Numéro de commande vendeur: 9780810964136
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Catégorie: Art>Art>Surveys
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ISBN (notations alternatives): 0-8109-6413-9, 978-0-8109-6413-6
9780810964136 - Dodds, Jerrilynn D.: Al-Andalus: the Art of Islamic Spain - Livre
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Dodds, Jerrilynn D. (?):

Al-Andalus: the Art of Islamic Spain (1992) (?)

ISBN: 9780810964136 (?) ou 0810964139, en anglais, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, couverture rigide, Utilisé, première édition

54,22 (US$ 58,00)¹(sans obligation)
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Du vendeur/antiquaire, ASIAFINEBOOKS, Ca, Oakland, [RE:2]
Hardcover, First edition
Commentaire de vendeur ASIAFINEBOOKS, Ca, Oakland, [RE:2]:
Very Good, Published to coincide with an exhibition held at the Alhambra, Granada and The Metropolitan Museum, New York, in 1992. 432 pages with 324 color illustrations, 24 plans, 4 maps, chronology, bibliography, glossary and index. Chapters: Introduction-The Emirate, Caliphate, and Taifa Period-The Almoravids and Almohads-The Alhambra-Epilogue-Catalogue. Hardcover with jacket, in excellent clean condition, very slight lean to spine. 12.25 by 9.5 inches. [QTY:1]
Numéro de commande de plate-forme Alibris.com: 13119594376
Mots-clés: Islamic Art
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ISBN (notations alternatives): 0-8109-6413-9, 978-0-8109-6413-6
9780810964136 - Dodds, Jerrilynn Denise (Editor): Al-Andalus the Art of Islamic Spain - Livre
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Dodds, Jerrilynn Denise (Editor) (?):

Al-Andalus the Art of Islamic Spain (1992) (?)

ISBN: 9780810964136 (?) ou 0810964139, en anglais, Metropolitan Museum of Art, couverture rigide

64,98 (US$ 69,50)¹(sans obligation)
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Du vendeur/antiquaire, Crossroad Books, WI, Eau Claire, [RE:3]
0810964139. Hardcover
Commentaire de vendeur Crossroad Books, WI, Eau Claire, [RE:3]:
Ex-Library copy; with typical markings. Tape residue on board edges and end papers. Front top corner is very lightly bumped. Slight spine lean. Just a bit shaken. A bit of smudging on the page edges. Else pages clean, but for library markings. No library labels on the illustrations. Library label on lower DJ spine. Light bumping to top DJ corners. Sunning to edges of rear DJ panel. Some surface scratching to DJ, but still fairly clean & bright. This is a large, heavy book; Priority and/or International may require shipping over and above standard costs.; 12.25" x 9.5"; 432 pages; Ex-Library. [QTY:1]
Numéro de commande de plate-forme Alibris.com: 12094671068
Mots-clés: Art|World History|Medieval Art|Spain
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ISBN (notations alternatives): 0-8109-6413-9, 978-0-8109-6413-6
9780810964136 - Jerrilynn D. Dodds: Al-Andalus: the Art of Islamic Spain - Livre
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Jerrilynn D. Dodds (?):

Al-Andalus: the Art of Islamic Spain (1992) (?)

ISBN: 9780810964136 (?) ou 0810964139, en anglais, Metropolitan Museum of Art New York, couverture rigide, Utilisé

46,64 (US$ 49,89)¹(sans obligation)
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Du vendeur/antiquaire, Better World Books, IN, Mishawaka, [RE:4]
Hard cover
Commentaire de vendeur Better World Books, IN, Mishawaka, [RE:4]:
Good, Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Your purchase benefits world literacy! [QTY:1]
Numéro de commande de plate-forme Alibris.com: 13781547475
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ISBN (notations alternatives): 0-8109-6413-9, 978-0-8109-6413-6
9780810964136 - Abrams Harry N.: Al-Andalus, The Art of Islamic Spain - Livre
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Abrams Harry N. (?):

Al-Andalus, The Art of Islamic Spain (1992) (?)

Livraison à partir de : Pays-Bas

ISBN: 9780810964136 (?) ou 0810964139, en anglais, Abrams Harry N. couverture rigide, Utilisé

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In 711 an army of Arabs and Berbers from North Africa, united by their faith in Islam, crossed the Strait of Gibraltar and arrived on the Iberian Peninsula. In less than a decade the Muslims brought most of the peninsula under their domination; they called the Iberian lands they controlled al-Andalus. Although the borders of al-Andalus shifted over the centuries, the Muslims remained a powerful force on the peninsula for almost eight hundred years, until 1492, when they were expelled by Ferdinan... In 711 an army of Arabs and Berbers from North Africa, united by their faith in Islam, crossed the Strait of Gibraltar and arrived on the Iberian Peninsula. In less than a decade the Muslims brought most of the peninsula under their domination; they called the Iberian lands they controlled al-Andalus. Although the borders of al-Andalus shifted over the centuries, the Muslims remained a powerful force on the peninsula for almost eight hundred years, until 1492, when they were expelled by Ferdinand and Isabella. This volume, which accompanies a major exhibition presented at the Alhambra in Granada and The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, is devoted to the little-known artistic legacy of Islamic Spain.From 711 to 1492 al-Andalus was the occidental frontier of Islam. Floating on the western edge of the Mediterranean, cut off from the European continent by jagged mountains, it was geographically isolated from both North Africa and Europe, from Islamic as well as Christian lands. Physical remoteness gave al-Andalus a privileged place in medieval myths but also separated it from the communities of the east and the west, so that it received only sporadic attention from both worlds. Although a small group of scholars pursued the serious study of the arts of Islamic Spain, these arts have for the most part been viewed as brilliant and exotic vestiges of a lost culture, as objects and monuments that left no mark on European tradition.A goal of this book, the first publication in over forty years to study the art and architecture of al-Andalus in depth, is to reveal the value of these arts as part of an autonomous culture and also as a presence with deep significance for both Europe and the Islamic world. Toward this end, twenty-four international scholars have contributed a wide-ranging series of essays and catalogue entries in which the art, architecture, and cultural climate of al-Andalus are approached from a broad variety of perspectives. A significant achievement of this volume, in fact, is that it brings together American and European scholars, two groups that until now have worked largely in isolation from each other.Most of the art and architecture that remains from Islamic Spain was produced for palatine settings and aristocratic patrons; representing, as these works do, almost eight centuries of history, they issue from diverse rules and traditions. The lavishly illustrated essays and catalogue entries present the full spectrum of the art of al-Andalus: intricately carved ivories, metalwork, and ceramics, luxurious textiles, jewelry, arms, marble capitals, stucco panels, and tiles, as well as major monuments of religious and secular architecture such as the Great Mosque of Cordoba, the palace city of Madinat al-Zahra', and the Alhambra.The texts unfold chronologically to trace the brilliant architecture and courtly arts of the Umayyad caliphate, the refined and original accomplishments of the succeeding Taifa kingdoms, the more rigorous contributions of the Almoravids and Almohads who followed, and, finally, the opulent palaces and objects created for the Nasrids of Granada, the last Muslim dynasty in Spain. The essays are broad and synthetic in nature, creating cultural and artistic contexts for the objects that are discussed in detail in the 136 catalogue entries. Some authors interpret the relationship between patrons and works of art; others illuminate the architectural surroundings in which the objects existed as well as the meanings inherent in the pieces themselves. Still others trace developments within specific mediums, integrating recent technological and historical studies that view the function and meaning of crafts in their social and cultural contexts. An entire section of essays is devoted to the Alhambra of Granada, the crowning architectural achievement of the Nasrids. Every entry is illustrated in color. Notes, literature, an extensive bibliography, a chronology, a glossary, architectural plans, maps showing the extent of al-Andalus at various stages in its history, and an index are provided.Thus, the volume addresses a general as well as a specialized audience and serves both as an introduction to the visual world of a nearly vanished culture and as a point of departure for future scholarly study.Taal: Engels;Verschijningsdatum: mei 1992;Druk: 1;ISBN10: 0810964139;ISBN13: 9780810964136; Engelstalig | Hardcover | 1992
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Numéro de commande de plate-forme Bol.com: 9200000048209430
Catégorie: Kunst, Fotografie & Architectuur
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ISBN (notations alternatives): 0-8109-6413-9, 978-0-8109-6413-6

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