Mudéjar Art: Islamic Aesthetics in Christian Art (Islamic Art in the Mediterranean) (Paperback)

Mudéjar Art: Islamic Aesthetics in Christian Art (Islamic Art in the Mediterranean) By Gonzalo M. Borrás Gualís, Pedro Lavado Paradinas, Alfonso Pleguezuelo Hernández Cover Image
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MUD JAR ART: Islamic Aesthetics in Christian Art reveals the fascinating exuberance
of a unique cultural and artistic symbiosis that characterises Christian Spain after
the Reconquista. The Mud jars were Muslims allowed to stay in the reconquered
territories. Their artists and artisans strongly influenced the culture and art of the new
Christian kingdoms. In Aragon, Castille, Extremadura and Andaluc a sumptuously
decorated brick churches, monasteries and palaces illustrate perfectly the creative
endurance of Islamic forms in Christian art between the 11th and 16th centuries in

Thirteen Itineraries invite to discover 124 museums, monuments and sites in Madrid,
Guadalajara, Saragossa, Tordesillas, Toledo, Guadalupe and Seville (among others).
236 colour illustrations 28 plans of monuments 318 pages.

This title is part of the series "Islamic Art in the Mediterranean". Each title in this series starts with a general introduction to the series, followed by an introduction to the particular title.

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Note: the eBook includes an index of locations.

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Product Details
ISBN: 9783902782144
ISBN-10: 3902782145
Publisher: Museum Ohne Grenzen (Museum with No Frontiers
Publication Date: January 9th, 2019
Pages: 318
Language: English
Series: Islamic Art in the Mediterranean