Historical period(s)
Ottoman period, 1570-75
Medium
Stone-paste painted under transparent glaze
Style
Iznik ware
Dimensions
H x Diam: 6 x 29.1 cm (2 3/8 x 11 7/16 in)
Geography
Turkey, Iznik
Credit Line
Purchase — Charles Lang Freer Endowment
Collection
Freer Gallery of Art
Accession Number
F1966.25
On View Location
Currently not on view
Classification(s)
Ceramic, Vessel
Type

Dish

Keywords
flower, Iznik ware, Ottoman period (1307 - 1922), tree, Turkey, WWII-era provenance
Provenance
Provenance information is currently unavailable
Published References
  • Dr. Esin Atil. Turkish Art of the Ottoman Period. Exh. cat. Washington. cat. 18, cover and p. 26.
  • Hayat Salam Liebich. L'Art Islamique: Bassin Mediterraneen. La Grammaire des Styles Paris. p. 56.
  • Dr. Esin Atil. Ceramics from the World of Islam. Exh. cat. Washington, 1973. cat. 52, pp. 118-119.
  • Dr. Esin Atil. Ottoman Art at the Freer Gallery of Art. no. 4 Istanbul, 1970-1971. p. 195, pl. 17.
  • Nurhan Atasoy, Dr. Julian Raby. Iznik: The Pottery of Ottoman Turkey. Istanbul and London. pp. 231, 235, fig. 433.
  • Turkish Art. Washington and New York. pp. 269, 284, pl. 42.
  • Edwards Park. Treasures from the Smithsonian Institution., 1st ed. Washington and New York. p. 353.
Collection Area(s)
Arts of the Islamic World
Web Resources
Google Cultural Institute
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