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Teto e paredes do Palácio de Alhambra - Espanha - Granada

Teto e paredes do Palácio de Alhambra - Espanha - Granada

A RARE CARVED WOOD DOOR PANEL, SPAIN OR MOROCCO, LATE 15TH- 16TH CENTURY of rectangular form, comprising of pinewood sections decorated with an intricate geometric pattern composed of two large sixteen-pointed stars, interstices filled with smaller stars and polygons, reverse side decorated with one half of a monumental shamsa with geometric rays radiating further smaller half shamsas, with further interlocking polygons and stars, traces of colour pigment, mounted on iron display stand

A RARE CARVED WOOD DOOR PANEL, SPAIN OR MOROCCO, LATE 15TH- 16TH CENTURY of rectangular form, comprising of pinewood sections decorated with an intricate geometric pattern composed of two large sixteen-pointed stars, interstices filled with smaller stars and polygons, reverse side decorated with one half of a monumental shamsa with geometric rays radiating further smaller half shamsas, with further interlocking polygons and stars, traces of colour pigment, mounted on iron display stand

blue tiles - perfect pattern

blue tiles - perfect pattern

Islamic Art . Picture by Veruschka

Islamic Art . Picture by Veruschka

Islamic Art -- beautiful! I love the colors.

Islamic Art -- beautiful! I love the colors.

old doors iran | ... in the old wooden giant door of Yazd Jame Mosque, central Iran

old doors iran | ... in the old wooden giant door of Yazd Jame Mosque, central Iran

Tile work and calligraphy in the Mexuar Hall, Alhambra, Granada, Spain; 14th century. This room has undergone major changes since its foundation, but the exquisite painted ceramic tile work and continuous band of calligraphy remains. We see many typical Islamic motifs, including geometric designs, such as the eight-pointed star, the use of bold colors, a focus on symmetry, and a sense of infinite repetition.

Tile work and calligraphy in the Mexuar Hall, Alhambra, Granada, Spain; 14th century. This room has undergone major changes since its foundation, but the exquisite painted ceramic tile work and continuous band of calligraphy remains. We see many typical Islamic motifs, including geometric designs, such as the eight-pointed star, the use of bold colors, a focus on symmetry, and a sense of infinite repetition.

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Stained glass in Dolat Abad garden wind tower building in Yazd, Iran

Stained glass in Dolat Abad garden wind tower building in Yazd, Iran

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