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Kat'ı: Cutout Paper Works and Artists in the Ottoman World

Filiz Çağman
Format
Book
Published
İstanbul : Aygaz, 2014.
Language
English
Variant Title
Cut out paper works and artists in the Ottoman world
ISBN
9786056353895, 6056353893
Description
323 pages : illustrations (color) ; 32 x 25 cm
Notes
  • Preface. -- Foreword. -- Introduction. -- Cut paper work in 15th century west Iran and neighbouring regions. - Cut paper work in the Ottoman court. -- Celebrated cut paper artist of Bursa and Istanbul: Fahrî. -- Commercial cut paper work and artists in the first half of the 17th century. -- Famous cut paper artists of the late 17th century: Nakşî of Edirne and Mehmed Halazâde. -- Cut paper work in the period of innovation. -- Writing boxes dating from the late 18th century and first half of the 19th century. -- Cut paper work between the mid-19th and early 20th centuries. -- Cup paper calligraphic panels made for synagogues in the Ottoman Empire. -- From Empire to Republic. -- Conclusion. -- Annex. -- Bibliography. -- Index.
  • Includes bibliograpical references (pages 309-315) and index.
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