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ISLAMIC ART

The Museum's collection of Islamic art is represented by a selective group of ceramics, metalwork, glass, manuscripts, and textiles from Arabia, Iran, Iraq, Egypt, Syria, Spain, Italy, Turkey, the Caucasus, Afghanistan, India, and Pakistan. Highlights include Iznik ceramics and tiles, Mughal and Persian manuscripts, and the Ballard Collection of rugs.

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Related Programs

Arts of Luxury in Islamic Lands from the Medieval to Modern Eras
Gallery Talk. Meet at the Information Center. Free.
Thursday, September 10, 11:00 am
Friday, September 11, 6:00 pm

Join Cathleen Fleck, Assistant Professor of Art History, Saint Louis University, for a lively and informative discussion on the Arts of Luxury in Islamic Lands from the Medieval to Modern Eras.

The Museum's collection of Islamic art is represented by a selective group of ceramics, metalwork, glass, manuscripts, and textiles from Arabia, Iran, Iraq, Egypt, Syria, Spain, Italy, Turkey, the Caucasus, Afghanistan, India, and Pakistan. Highlights include Iznik ceramics and tiles, Mughal and Persian manuscripts, and the Ballard Collection of rugs.

View our Islamic Art Collection


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