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A collection of 45 reference books and auction houses catalogues, mostly concerned with Islamic...

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Lot 177

A collection of 45 reference books and auction houses catalogues, mostly concerned with Islamic...

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A collection of 45 reference books and auction houses catalogues, mostly concerned with Islamic and Indian arts

Comprising:

Contadini, Anna, and Victoria. Fatimid Art at the V&a Museum. London, Victoria & Albert Museum, 1998.

Crill, Rosemary, et al. Arts of India 1550-1900. Edited by Rosemary Crill and Deborah Crill, London, Victoria & Albert Museum, 1990.

Grube, Ernst J, et al. Architecture of the Islamic World. London, Thames And Hudson, 1984.

Islam. Edited by Markus Hattstein and Peter Delius, Koln, Konemann Verlaggesellschaft mbH, 2000.

Jaffer, Amin. Furniture from British India and Ceylon. London, V&A Publications, 2001.

---. Luxury Goods from India. London, Victoria & Albert Museum, 1 Nov. 2002.

Komaroff, Linda, et al. The Legacy of Genghis Khan : Courtly Art and Culture in Western Asia, 1256-1353 : [Exhibition Held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Nov. 5, 2002-Feb. 16, 2003 and at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Apr. 13-July 27, 2003]. New York (N.Y.), Metropolitan Museum Of Art ; New Haven (Conn.) ; London, 2002.

Mez, Adam. Renesans Islamu. Warszawa, Państwowy Instytut Wydawniczy, 1980.

Niloo Imami Paydar, et al. The Fabric of Moroccan Life. University of Washington Press, 2002.

Nurhan Atasoy, et al. İpek, the Crescent & the Rose. London, Azimuth Editions, 2001.

---. Iznik : The Pottery of Ottoman Turkey. London, Alexandria Press In Association With Laurence King, 1994.

Splendeurs Du Maroc. Edited by Ivo Grammet and Min de Meersman, Tervuren, Musee Royal de l’Afrique Centrale, 1998.

Taylor, Roderick. Embroidery of the Greek Islands and Epirus. Yeovil, Martson House, 1998.

The Arts of Islam. Edited by George Michell, London, The Arts Council of Great Britain, 1976. Hayward Gallery, 8 April - 4 Juy 1976.

Zdzisław Żygulski. Dzieje Polskiego Rzemiosła Artystycznego. Warszawa, Wydawnictwo Interpress , 1987.

 

AUCTIONS CATALOGUE :

CHRISTIE'S :

London, Battilosi Tapetti d'Antiquariato, 11 February 1998

London, The Bernheimer Family Collection of Carpets, 14 February 1996

London, Oriental Rugs and Carpets, 30 April 1998

London, Indian, Himalayan and South-East Asian Miniatures and Works of Art, 10 October 1989

London, Islamic Art, Indian Miniatures, Rugs and Carpets, 8 and 10 October 1991

South Kensington, Indian and Islamic Art and Textiles, Friday 14 October 2005

South Kensington, Indian and Islamic Works of Art, Friday 20 April 2007

 

SOTHEBY'S :

New York, Indian, Himalayan, South-East Asian Art and Indian Miniatures, 20 and 21 September, 1985

London, Islamic Works of Art, Carpets and Textiles, 12 April 1989

New York, Indian, Himalayan, South-East Asian Art, 21 and 22 March 1990

London, Islamic and Indian Art, Oriental Manuscripts and Miniatures, 29 and 30 April 1992

London, Islamic and Indian Art, 29 April 1993

London, European and Oriental Rugs and Carpets, including Turkmen Rugs from the Collection of Dr. Werner Loges, 19 October 1994

London, Islamic and Indian Art, 20 October 1994

New York, Indian and Southeast Asian Art, 29 march 1996

London, Islamic, Himalayan and South-East Asian Art, 24 April 1997

London, the Bortz Collection, 29 May 1998

New York, Indian and Southeast Asian Art, including Modern and Contemporary Indian Paintings, 16 and 17 September 1998

London, Arts of the Islamic World, including 20th Century Middle Eastern Painting, 3 May 2001

London, Arts of the Islamic World, 25 April 2002

London, Arts of the Islamic World, 30 April 2003

 

BONHAMS :

Knightsbridge, Islamic Works of Art, 12 April 2000

Knightsbridge, Textiles from the Collection of Alistair Mc Alpine, 12 February 2008

Bond Street, Islamic and Indian Art, including Carpets, 8 April 2014

Bond Street, Islamic & Indian Art, including Modern and Contemporary South Asian and Middle Eastern Art, 9 June 2014

London, Modern and Contemporary Middle Eastern Art, 7 October 2014

 

OTHERS :

John McInnis Auctioneers, the Marc J. Matz Collection, 19 August 2005

Chiswick Auctions, Asian Art, 6 September 2016

 

GALLERY CATALOGUES:

V. O. C Antiguidades, Paris Catalogue, Pedro Dias, undated

Millner Manolatos, Catalogue no. 2, Arthur Millner, October 2003

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