some really beautiful african architecture because honestly this site is so western-centric
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Stencil a Moroccan Pattern On A Wood Floor - Stencil Stories
Stencil Patterns Add Exotic Flair To A Wood Floor Good morning, my Cutting Edge Stencils friends! Wood floors can add beauty and comfort to a home. Don’t let the lack of patterned personality make you…
How to draw - geometry - full tutorial - basic construction of an extended 12-fold rosette
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SPA 0807 : Alhambra, Granada in Spain
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closeup of a ceramic tile in the Alhambra Palace, Granada, Andalusia, Spain
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Mughal Decoration and Indian Design - Paint + Pattern
Mughal decoration was created by Indian rulers who encouraged and financed excellence in the art of artisans from the the mid-1500s and lasting 250 years.
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The Blue Mosque, in Mazar-e-Sharif, has tiles that look like they are painted with flowers, but the floral patterns are actually made from tiles cut into different shapes and plastered together.
Islamic Art Galleries, The Louvre
Opened by Francois Hollande on 18 September, the new galleries are seriously well worth a visit. Candelabra beaten from a single sheet of metal Arranged chronologically, the art works are mainly ceramics, glass, metalwork and calligraphy on all kinds of surfaces. I love art that is basically a celebration of the word. There is an impressive selection of mediaeval Persian carpets and the mosaic tiles are all fab. Moghul jewelry and jewel-encrusted daggers could have found their way home in my…
Earthenware, Ceramics and Tiles at the Smithsonian Museum « Islamic Arts and Architecture
Bird on a Pomegranate Branch | Origin: Iran | Period: 17th century Safavid period | Details: Not Available | Type: Tile; stonepaste body painted with glaze