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Antique Ottoman rugs in Transylvania

Antique Ottoman rugs in Transylvania

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Published by Verduci Editore in Rome .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Carpets -- Romania -- Transylvania.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementpublished by Stefano Ionescu ; [authors: Alberto Boralevi] ... [et al. ; additional contributions: Mircea Dunca, George E. Schmutzler ; English translation: Brenda Walker, Lidia Ionescu].
    ContributionsIonescu, Stefano., Boralevi, Alberto.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNK2869.A3 T725 2005
    The Physical Object
    Pagination226 p. :
    Number of Pages226
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16345630M
    ISBN 108876206760, 8876207050
    ISBN 109788876206764
    LC Control Number2007399352

    Stefano is the author of the ground breaking book ANTIQUE OTTOMAN RUGS IN TRANSYLVANIA. Since he has travelled frequently to Transylvania in connection with the promotion and safeguarding of Transylvania’s rug legacy and conducts regular rug tours of the region with Alberto Boralevi.   About 40 remarcable Ottoman rugs from the Churches in Transylvania and from museums in Berlin and Budapest, of which very few survived in Turkey, were exhibited at the SSM in Istanbul. This excellent exhibition, which was not part of the official ICOC program, has been assembled by Nazan Olcer and Michael Franses inspired by the volume Antique.

    English writer Emily Gerard, whose essay in Blackwood’s Magazine titled “Transylvanian Superstitions” inspired Bram Stoker’s Dracula, lived in Sibiu and Braşov in the early book The Land beyond the Forest: Facts, Figures, and Fancies from Transylvania described Braşov’s mix of Germans, Romanians and Hungarians alongside “other figures red . Mar 1, - Fascinating book on Ottoman Rugs in Transylvania, published in by the Museum of Islamic Art of Berlin and The National Brukenthal Museum in Sibiu, Romania.

    Antique Ottoman Rugs in Transylvania: A book about Antique Ottoman Rugs from the Evangelical Churches in Transylvania and the museums of Romania: Bigger is Better - Main Carpets of the Turkmen: Introducing a CD-ROM featuring commentary and structural analysis by Kurt Munkacsi, David d'Huerle and Peter Saunders: Carpet Collector. Antique Ottoman Rugs in Transylvania (limited stock) Today Transylvania continues to be the repository of the richest and best preserved corpus of Turkish carpets outside the Islamic world. Among them are almost four hundred examples attributable to the golden period of Ottoman weaving from the mid 15th to the second half 18th century.


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Tracing the Ottoman Rugs in Transylvania. Transylvania continues to be the repository of the richest and best preserved corpus of small-format Turkish rugs outside the Islamic world. Almost examples from late 15 th to mid 18 th century, including the golden period of the Ottoman production, still survive in the area.

Antique Ottoman Rugs in Transylvania Publications and tours dedicated to the beauty of the Ottoman rugs in Transylvania and to Anatolian carpets. Antique Ottoman Rugs in Transylvania – Second edition By stefano, Febru A new, revised and expanded edition launched on the occasion of ICOC Today Transylvania continues to be the repository of the richest and best preserved corpus of Turkish carpets outside the Islamic world.

Among Antique Ottoman rugs in Transylvania book are almost four hundred examples attributable to the golden period of Ottoman weaving from the mid.

Transylvania has been for centuries a borderland of the Ottoman Empire. For this reason hundreds of antique Turkish rugs from the 15th to the 18th centuries are still surviving in this area”, says Alberto Boralevi to Jozan Magazine. On the seventieth anniversary of Schmutzle’s book, we published high a new volume, Antique Ottoman Rugs in Transylvania, with quality photographs, updated information and textile analyses of almost rugs from Transylvania.

“The Rug Study Tour of Antique Ottoman Carpets is from Bucharest to Budapest on October” says Samy Rabinovic to Jozan Magazine. “For any serious student of history, classical rugs and fantastic scenery and great food, this is an opportunity not to miss”, he continues.

His first book, Antique Ottoman Rugs in Transylvania, was awarded the Romanian Academy Prize in Art History. He is a contributor to HALI and to Carpet Collector specialised magazines. • Adrian A. Rusu, born in in Mediaş, is a Doctor in History, archaeologist and historian, senior researcher in the Institute of Archaeology and Art.

Budapest, Se ptember The Hungarian version of the book, dedicated to Ferenc Batári, was presented on the second anniversary of his death. Feri’s vast knowledge of the complex history of the region, including the religious background and the trade with the Ottoman Empire, qualifies him as the greatest expert on ‘Transylvanian’ carpets of the 20th century.

Antique Ottoman Rugs in Transylvania Publications and tours dedicated to the beauty of the Ottoman rugs in Transylvania and to Anatolian carpets. Home; Mission; About the book; Working on the book; BOOK ORDERS; Contact; Carpet Study Tour to Azerbaijan, starting June By stefano, Colour images of more than rugs, drawn from all the Transylvanian collections, are published together with technical analyses.

The famous collection of the Black Church in Brasov is published in its entirely for the first time. Reviews for Antique Ottoman Rugs in Transylvania. Antique Ottoman Rugs in Transylvania on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Antique Ottoman Rugs in TransylvaniaFormat: Hardcover. Transylvanian rug. The Transylvanian Saxons are a people of German origin who settled in Transylvania from the 12th century and later.

At the opening of the exhibition 27 October Stefano Ionescu, co-organizer of the exhibition also presented the German version of his book “Ottoman Rugs in Transylvania” (“Die Osmanischen Teppiche in Siebenbürgen”).

The name Transylvanian rug is used as a term of convenience to denote a cultural heritage of 15th–17th century Islamic rugs, mainly of Ottoman origin, which have been preserved in Transylvanian Protestant (Hungarian and Saxon) churches.

The corpus of Transylvanian rugs constitutes one of the largest collections of Ottoman Anatolian rugs outside the Islamic world. Nabi Avci, Turkish Minister of Education, opens the exhibition The exhibition included photos of Anatolian carpets and of churches exhibiting carpets from Transylvania together with other textiles from Romania showing Ottoman influences: religious embroideries and Romanian folk kilims.

Text and images for the photo-exhibition were drawn from the volume Antique Ottoman Rugs in Transylvania. Published to coincide with this exhibition will be a fully illustrated catalogue. Stefano Ionescu has also published new expanded editions of his book “Antique Ottoman Rugs in Transylvania”, which fully catalogues all the rugs in the churches.

Links: and Jozan Magazine 13 April (rev.). Based in Rome, Italy, he has published extensively on the topic, including his award-winning book Antique Ottoman Rugs in Transylvania. Ionescu has also led carpet study tours in Transylvania and other regions since Currently he is involved in a challenging program aiming to produce high quality replicas of "Transylvania" rugs.

About this Item: Accademia di Romania, Rome, Paperback. Condition: Very Good. x Paperback in Very Good condition; Illustrated by 13 Color Plates; Text and illustrations are drawn from Ionescu's important Antique Ottoman Rugs in Transylvania.

11 of the illustrations are of rugs. Stefano Ionescu: Antique Ottoman Rugs in Transylvania, Find books about Oriental rugs and textiles in our rug book gallery. Read more about rug terms and rug names in The Oriental Rug Lexicon by Peter F. Stone. Find Oriental rugs in Vendors sales gallery.

Rug news & articles. A carpet exhibit in Budapest included antique Turkish the lot, had a provenance traced back to Transylvania. Then a French album was published with the title “Tapis turcs provenants des églises et collections de Transylvanie” by Végh and Layer in During these early years, cash strapped parishes sometimes took advantage of rising.

Antique Ottoman rugs in Transylvania. [Stefano Ionescu; Alberto Boralevi; et al] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.

Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 bgn.Probably derived from the borders of the 16th century small medallion Ushak rugs, see for example, Layer, K and Vegh, G., ed.

Dall’oglio, M.& C., Turkish Rugs in Transylvania, The Crosby Press,pl.9, there is a an example with a similar border in the Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts, Istanbul, (Chinese cloud Medallion Ushak.He published the book ANTIQUE OTTOMAN RUGS IN TRANSYLVANIA.

Since Stefano has travelled frequently to Transylvania in connection with the promotion and safeguarding of Transylvania’s rug legacy. Highlights April,Rome: launch of the first editions of AORT (English and Italian) and opening of the exhibition Anatolian rugs from.