Latinized Names of Muslim ScholarsLEARN MORE
This article includes the Latinized names of Muslim scholars.
Figure 1: Frontispiece of the Latin translation of a medical work by Ibn Zuhr, the De Cognitu difficilibus (Venice, 1628).
The Influence of Islamic Culinary Art on EuropeLEARN MORE
This paper describes the results of a novel research on the Muslim influence on the European culinary art...
Islamic Art as a Means of Cultural ExchangeLEARN MORE
With the expansion of Islam over a vast area of land, Muslim artists started to develop the traits they had...
A Treasure House on the HudsonLEARN MORE
Olana is a remarkable galley of exquisite works of art collected by Fredric Edwin Church during his travels...
Andalusia’s New Golden PotteryLEARN MORE
In times past, Granada was a hub of artistic flair, imagination, and creativity, to the extent that the...
Figure 1: A sample of Hatip Ebru made by M. R. Kileci. All ebru samples illustrating this article were created by Dr. Mehmed Refi Kileci and puplished here by his permission. Visit: www.kileci.net.
Ebru: The Art of Paper MarblingLEARN MORE
Marbling is an art form developed in the Muslim world, possibly with Chinese origins. Often it has been used...