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Artistic values and Architecture of the Ottoman and Safavid

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Transcript of Artistic values and Architecture of the Ottoman and Safavid


Jewelry
Miniatures ans Paintings
Decorative Arts
Textiles and Embroidery
Ceramics
War as an Art
Ottoman Art
Safavid Architecture
Safavid Art
Chicken Kabob
Joojeh Kabob
Saffron Rice
Watermelon Lemonade

Types of Food
Manuscripts and Calligraphy
Ottoman vs. Safavid Art
These records and forms of communication were artistically significant. All aspects were emphasized, including the paper the were produced on and its design. In particular, the calligraphy was especially important and merits a distinction from the manuscripts themselves; however, these art forms came together to great effect in Islamic history.
Ottoman Architecture vs. Safavid Architecture
Bursa Period (1299–1437)
Classical period (1437–1703)
Empire Period (1808–1876)
Paradise Gardens
Ottoman Architecture
Ottoman Candy in Istanbul
Artistic Values and Architecture of the Ottoman and Safavid Empires

BIlly, Sarah, Harry, John, Zach

Shah Abbas- The Great
What Safavid people are known for
Architecture
War as an Art
Works Cited
Ottoman Helmet
Ottoman Cartridge Belt
Ottoman Sword
Ottoman Canteen
http://archnet.org/system/publications/contents/5122/original/DPC1855.pdf?1384788383
Ottoman Quiver
http://archnet.org/system/publications/contents/4464/original/DPC1011.PDF?1384785492
http://www.theottomans.org/english/art_culture/calligraphy.asp
https://www.boundless.com/art-history/textbooks/boundless-art-history-textbook/islamic-art-11/the-ottom-safavid-and-mughai-dynasties-83/ottoman-empire-415-7111/
http://www.jstor.org.libproxy.furman.edu/stable/1523223?s
http://www.turkishculture.org/traditional-arts/turkish-culture-portal-149.htm
http://www.jstor.org.libproxy.furman.edu/stable/25067103?Search=yes&resultItemClick=true
http://www.spongobongo.com/her9992.htm

http://www.fsmitha.com/h3/h2saf.html


Thank you Dr. Sisman for a wonderful semester
Good luck with where life takes you next
If it be a bar or not.
Bayezid Mosque
Sultanahmet Mosque
Dolmabahçe Palace
Ottoman Garden
1500-1590's no real grand architecture developed
Shah Abbas became Shah and put great effort into developing Safavidarchitecture
The architectural explosion wasn't solely Shah Abbas's doing
Political, economic, and religious influences




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Safavid buildings weren't located jutin the imperial areas of cities
Most Safavid palaces have not survived
Sketches from European travelers provide the best information
Outside of buildings were sparsely decorate while inside was lavish
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