The Timeline History Of Islamic Art and Architecture, designed by DAG Publications and the Nour Foundation, is a sweeping history of Islamic design stretching back to the 7th century. The book features 14 chapters, covering a range of Islamic design, such as: calligraphy, bookbinding, pottery, ceramics, carpets and textiles. The majority of images are sourced from the Khalili Collection, one of the world’s most important and comprehensive private collections of Islamic Art. The book is published by Worth Press on 21st November.
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