List of illustrations

  • Robe
  • Set of belt plaques
  • Table
  • Ceremonial vessel
  • Monk’s cap ewer
  • Bowl
  • Buddhist ablution basin with Eight Treasures
  • Buddhist ablution basin with Eight Treasures
  • Tripod incense-burner
  • Winter solstice badge (one of a pair)
  • Winter solstice badge (one of a pair)
  • Box with Scenes of a Departure
  • Folding round-back armchair
  • Ewer
  • Hand warmer
  • Illustration showing an ink stone
  • Lidded cup
  • Lady Ning performing a memorial rite
  • Bottle
  • Bottle, Treasure No. 1054
  • Stationery box decorated with peony scrolls
  • Folding screen, detail
  • Handscroll: Mon'ami's Secret Flower Arrangement Teachings
  • Writing box (suzuribako)
  • Negoro ware sake bottle
  • Shinnari-type tea kettle
  • Bizen ware storage jar
  • Tea bowl
  • Robe (kosode)
  • Sake Ewer (Hisage) with Chrysanthemums and Paulownia Crests in Alternating Fields
  • Export Portable Desk (Bargueño)
  • Dishes
  • Southern Barbarians in Japan
  • Campaign jacket (jinbaori)
  • Akbar Receives the Iranian Ambassador Sayyid Beg in 1562
  • Ceiling panel
  • Dome with tiers of lotus and figural brackets
  • Carved screen (jali)
  • Doorway lintel with a Koranic inscription
  • Painted mural with arabesque designs in lobed cartouches
  • Wall panel
  • Tile-covered sandstone façade of Man Mandir palace
  • Ceiling, detail
  • Spandrels
  • Textile made for the Indonesian market
  • Coverlet
  • Part of a Hanging or Curtain
  • Portion of a Carpet with Animals, Masks and Vases
  • Carpet
  • Sultan Murtaza Nizam Shah seated on a throne
  • Canopy inside the tomb of Salim Chishti
  • Casket
  • Casket
  • Fan
  • Water vessel
  • Ewer in the form of a Hamsa (Gander)
  • Ewer with dragon heads
  • Dagger with gilded bronze hilt, set with a few rubies
  • Tree of Life
  • Minbar
  • Basin of Sultan Qaytbay
  • The Simonetti Carpet
  • Mantle for a Statue of the Virgin with Lotus Blossoms and Medallions
  • Silk curtain from the Alhambra palace
  • Bowl
  • Jug
  • Dish
  • The Ardabil Carpet
  • Hunting carpet, detail
  • Silk Animal Carpet
  • Coat
  • Safavid Courtiers Leading Georgian Captives
  • Roundel with hunting scene (possibly decoration for a tent ceiling)
  • Bowl
  • Top of processional standard (alam)
  • Dish with a Swimming Duck
  • The "Marby" carpet
  • Bowl
  • Jug
  • Medallion carpet
  • Dish
  • Lamp
  • Caftan
  • Saz-style carpet
  • Carpet with Triple-Arch Design
  • Canteen
  • Sword (yatağan)
  • Figure of a king
  • The Ife Head
  • Head of a queen
  • Stool from the shrine of Olurogbo
  • Catalan Atlas showing northern Africa, detail
  • Chest
  • Horse and Rider
  • Spoon
  • Oliphant
  • Saltcellar
  • Saltcellar
  • Saltcellar
  • Queen Mother Pendant Mask: Iyoba
  • Plaque
  • Spoon
  • Oliphant
  • Crucifix
  • Stone walls, palace complex of Great Zimbabwe
  • Figure of a bird from the palace complex of Great Zimbabwe
  • Folding Processional Icon in the Shape of a Fan
  • Diptych with Mary and Her Son Flanked by Archangels, Apostles and a Saint
  • Leonello d'Este, 1407–1450, Marquess of Ferrara 1441, obverse
  • Lion Being Taught by Cupid to Sing, reverse
  • Grotesque ornament
  • Saltcellar (saliera)
  • Studiolo from the Ducal Palace in Gubbio
  • The Birth of the Virgin
  • Chest and spalliera with the arms of Lorenzo Morelli and Vaggia Nerli (The Morelli Chest)
  • Dish, The Triumph of Neptune
  • Footed bowl (coppa)
  • January
  • Table Fountain
  • Esther and Ahasuerus
  • The Holy Family at Table
  • Dresser
  • Plates from Ein Frembdes und Wunderbares Kunstbuchlein
  • Design for a drinking cup
  • The Merckel Table Piece
  • Cup and cover
  • Roundel with Susannah and The Elders
  • Jug (Kanne)
  • Tiled stove
  • Gallery of Francis I at the palace of Fontainebleau
  • Tapestry: Danae, Fontainebleau
  • Table
  • Saint-Porchaire candlestick
  • Platter
  • Six terms, four female and two male, with Hercules at far right, plate 1
  • Buffet
  • Drawing room chimneypiece
  • Entrance front of Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire
  • Queen Elizabeth I
  • Ambassadors' Hall (Salon de Embajadores)
  • Dish
  • Vase with the arms of Piero or Lorenzo de' Medici
  • Admiral carpet with the arms of Maria de Castilla, Queen of Aragon
  • Cardinal Fernando Niño de Guevara (1541–1609)
  • Portable writing cabinet (escritorio) on later removable trestle stand (puente)
  • Silver ewer with beak spout (jarro de pico)
  • Processional monstrance (custodia)
  • Processional monstrance (custodia), detail
  • Processional monstrance (custodia)
  • Pipe in the form of a mountain lion
  • Snow goggles
  • Cup
  • Feline vessel
  • Seed jar
  • Harold Ides, a Makah elder, with a 16th-century carved red cedar box front found at Ozette Site, Olympic Peninsula, Washington
  • A skirmish at Bloody Point, Frobisher Bay, in 1577 between Inuit and English
  • Kayak
  • Kayak, detail of interior ribs
  • Pot
  • Mantle (Powhatan's Mantle)
  • Shield with coyote (obverse)
  • Shield with coyote (reverse)
  • Mask
  • Page from the Codex Selden
  • Basin (Apaztli)
  • Urn in the form of the deity Tlaloc
  • Portrait of Nezahualpilli in the Codex Ixtlilxochitl
  • Zemi (front)
  • Zemi (back)
  • Rahua Ocllo
  • T'oqapu tunic
  • Female figurine
  • Storage Jar (Aryballos)
  • Mass of Saint Gregory
  • Notary receiving tributary payment from an Indian
  • Mudéjar-style ceiling (artesonado)
  • Eucharistic coffer
  • Framed and mounted gremial of Archbishop Juan de Zumárraga
  • Chalice (Cáliz)
  • Portal of the Franciscan mission church of Santiago, Angahuan, Michoacán, Mexico
  • Atrial cross from the hermitage at Tepeyac
  • Principal retablo in the chancel of the Franciscan convent church of San Miguel, Huejotzingo, Puebla
  • Perfume burner
  • Basin (with later arms of Johann Maurits, Prince of Nassau)
  • Portrait of Wang Shimin, detail
  • Side table
  • Folding screen
  • Panel (Furnishing Fabric)
  • Chair cover
  • Brush holder with Ode to the Pavilion of the Inebriated Old Man
  • Brush holder with Ode to the Pavilion of the Inebriated Old Man
  • Qin
  • Inkstone with phoenix design
  • Inkstone with phoenix design
  • Six-Post Canopy Bed
  • Lidded jar
  • Censer
  • Manchu-style court robe
  • Covered Box for Seal Paste
  • Vase with Kangxi mark
  • Jar
  • Bottle
  • Ink stand and document safe (gakgyesuri-yeonsang)
  • Rank badge (hyungbae)
  • Key holder (yeolsui-bae)
  • Furnishings from the Hatsune Trousseau
  • Ninsei-style Incense Burner with Flowers of the Four Seasons
  • Irises at Yatsuhashi (Eight Bridges)
  • Writing box
  • Set of Five Dishes
  • Cherry Blossom Viewing Picnic
  • Woman's Kimono (Kosode)
  • Kimono Patterns from the Shôtoku Era (Shôtoku hinagata)
  • Yūzen-technique robe (kosode)
  • Kakiemon-ware jar
  • Dish with Cherry Blossoms and Textile Curtains
  • Taj Mahal
  • Inlaid stone and jalis, tomb of I'timad al-Daula
  • Floral inlay, cenotaph of Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal
  • Arabesque and calligraphic inlay
  • Wall panel
  • Doorway tomb of Ibrahim 'Adil Shah II, Ibrahim Rauza
  • Vaults in the tomb of Akbar, Sikandra
  • Mirror hall (shish mahal), Jai Mahal, Amber
  • Mosaic tilework, mosque of Wazir Khan, Lahore
  • Mosaic tilework wall, detail
  • The Emperor Shah Jahan on the Peacock Throne
  • Cabinet
  • Cabinet
  • Side chair (one of a pair)
  • Casket with yalis
  • Carpet
  • Carpet, detail
  • Wall hanging
  • Mughal royal tent
  • Hunting coat
  • Hunting coat, detail
  • Velvet Panel with Rows of Flowers, detail
  • Kalamkari Rumal
  • Hanging, 1 of 7 Pieces
  • Chintz bed cover (palampore) for the Western market
  • Wall hanging
  • Gunpowder horn
  • Wine cup of Shah Jahan
  • Dagger with Hilt in the Form of a Blue Bull (Nilgai)
  • Ewer
  • Tray
  • Water pipe (huqqa) base and chillum support
  • Begging bowl (kashkul)
  • Turban ornament
  • Thousand-mohur presentation coin
  • Elephant Goad (Ankus)
  • Coat
  • Wall hanging
  • Tomb cover
  • Polonaise Carpet
  • The Isfahan Cope
  • Vase carpet, fragment
  • Wagner garden carpet
  • Engraved Lamp Stand with a Cylindrical Body
  • Ewer
  • Dial from an astronomical instrument
  • Ewer
  • Vase / shoe
  • Lobed Bottle with Simurghs (Phoenixes) in Flight
  • Dish
  • Garden Gathering
  • Pen Box with a Europeanizing Landscape
  • Fireplace
  • Tile
  • Caftan
  • Cushion Cover
  • Prayer rug
  • Candlestick
  • Incense burner
  • Dagger
  • Clock
  • Pilgrim's Banner
  • Curtain panel
  • Drum
  • African Man
  • African Woman and Child
  • Sword and sheath
  • Tunic
  • Man's tunic
  • Vessel for valuables (kuduo)
  • Effigy of King Ntim Gyakari of Denkyira
  • Portrait head
  • Staff finials
  • Ifa divination board
  • Divination figure with cup (agere-Ifa)
  • Figure of a Seated Musician (Koro Player)
  • Python head
  • Wall plaque from Benin palace
  • Palace-shaped container
  • Altar group (aseberia) with Oba Ewuakpe
  • Water pitcher (aquamanile) in shape of leopard
  • Commemorative head of an Oba
  • Cloth
  • Royal hat (mpu)
  • Basket
  • Ndop figure depicting Nyim Mbó Mbóosh (r. c. 1650), Nyim Mishé miShyááng máMbúl (r. c. 1710), or Nyim Kot áNée (r. c. 1740)
  • Swahili house interior with storage niches (zidaka)
  • Counterweight for a side-blown trumpet (siwa)
  • Prayer Book: Arganonä Maryam (The Organ of Mary)
  • Chasuble with the arms of Urban VIII
  • A design for a looking-glass for the Queen of Sweden
  • State bed for Maria Mancini Colonna
  • Nocturnal clock
  • Stoup (holy water basin)
  • Vase stand
  • Casket-on-stand
  • The Victory of Truth over Heresy
  • Cabinet
  • Fork and spoon set
  • Fork and spoon set
  • Lidded ewer
  • Interior with Women beside a Linen Cupboard
  • Cupboard
  • Tulip vases
  • Les Vierges Folles, from The Wise and Foolish Virgins (Les Vierges sages et les Vierges folles)
  • Tapestry: Visite de Louis XIV a la Manufacture des Gobelins, le 15 octubre 1667
  • Salon of War (Salon de la Guerre), Château de Versailles
  • Plan for the first parterre d'eau at the Château de Versailles (unexecuted)
  • Toilet mirror
  • Covered Tureen on Stand (Pot-à-oille couvert)
  • Commode
  • The Declaration of Love (La Declaration d'Amour)
  • Reliquary
  • High altar and retablo
  • Platter
  • Side chairs
  • Azulejo panel
  • Pair of candlesticks
  • The Mermaid dish
  • Caster and lid
  • Casket with scenes from the life of Abraham
  • The Melville Bed
  • A Family of Three at Tea
  • Settee
  • Landscape with the Temple of British Worthies
  • Casket
  • Ivory Goblet
  • Teapot with cover
  • Mirrored salon (Spiegelsaal) at the Amalienburg hunting lodge
  • Watchcase
  • Monogram pokals
  • Chalice
  • Neck and arm ornaments and belt
  • Bandolier bag
  • Coat
  • Pictographic exploit robe
  • Pictographic exploit robe, detail
  • Feast bowl
  • View of Plaza Mayor
  • The Mulatto Gentlemen of Esmeraldas
  • Tray (batea)
  • Búcaros de indios
  • Cover
  • Man's tunic (unqo), front
  • Man's tunic (unqo), back (detail)
  • Coca-leaf bag (chuspa)
  • Storage jar
  • Kero Cup
  • Folding screen (biombo)
  • Don Juan Xavier Joachín Gutiérrez Altamirano Velasco, Count of Santiago de Calimaya
  • Water jar or vase (tibor or archibúcaro)
  • Portable writing desk (escritorio)
  • Escritorio (writing desk)
  • Jar with serpentine handles (jarrón con asas)
  • The Wedding at Cana
  • Contador on a bufete
  • Pendant: Holy Family with God the Father and the Holy Spirit
  • Portal of the Church of San Francisco
  • Interior of the church of São Francisco de Assis
  • Holy Family with Angels
  • Monstrance for the Jesuit church of San Ignacio
  • Eucharistic urn
  • Incense boat (naveta)
  • Low Buffet in Louis XIII style
  • Chest
  • Chest-with-drawers
  • Court Cupboard
  • Great chair
  • Spindle-back armchair
  • Kast
  • Tankard
  • Tankard
  • Colonoware water jug
  • Chair (Side chair)
  • Tea table
  • Teapot
  • Stair hall, Drayton Hall
  • View of Boston Common
  • Franklin or open stove
  • Bottle with the Seal of Richard Wistar
  • Imperial altar set (wu gong)
  • Shrine with an Image of a Bodhisattva
  • Double-walled vase with revolving scenes of the seasons
  • Platter
  • Figure of Bodhisattva Guanyin
  • Carved mountain: Sage King Yu Controlling the Flood (Da Yu zhishui yushan)
  • Carved mountain: Sage King Yu Controlling the Flood (Da Yu zhishui yushan), detail
  • Stool
  • Cabinet
  • Panel
  • Robe
  • Two-tiered chest with stand
  • Box
  • Brushpots
  • Pillow end
  • Folding table-type screen
  • Spring scene from an album of paintings
  • Wrapping cloth (bojagi)
  • Jacket
  • Pot hanger
  • Playing-card makers
  • A Textiles Shop in Odemma-cho
  • Bikuni Bridge in the Snow
  • Illustration of a tea-carrying automaton
  • Customer and clerks in a fan shop
  • Kimono
  • Netsuke
  • The Courtesan Takao displaying new bedclothes
  • The Actor Iwai Kumesaburô II as Agemaki
  • Fireworks at Ryôgoku Bridge (Ryôgoku hanabi no zu)
  • An Englishman Sorting Yokohama Textiles for Trade
  • Glove box: The Six Tama Rivers
  • Incense Burner
  • Lady Impey supervising her household
  • Hall of Mirrors, Aina Mahal palace
  • Entrance to the private apartments, Lakshmi Vilas palace
  • Maharani's reception room in the women's quarters (zenana) of Jasden Palace
  • Palampore panel
  • Temple hanging (pechhavai)
  • Saddle cloth
  • Ceremonial cloth (rumal)
  • Pashmina Carpet with Gateway-and-Millefleur Pattern
  • Shawl, detail
  • Betel box (pandan)
  • Bidri water pipe (huqqa)
  • Serving Box for Betel Leaf Quids
  • Turban Ornament
  • Canopy finial from the throne of Tipu Sultan
  • Marriage necklace (kazhutthuru)
  • Vase (surahi)
  • Sword hilt
  • Maharaja Ranjit Singh's throne
  • Cabinet and stand
  • Armchair
  • Tilt-top table with specimen woods
  • Wall bracket
  • Mirror back
  • Powder flask
  • Shield
  • Ewer and basin
  • Dish with lid
  • Tombak bowls
  • Tombak coffeepot
  • Barber's towel
  • Carpet
  • Pitcher with lid
  • Plate
  • Brooch: miniature portrait of Sultan Abdülmecid I
  • Miniature portrait of Fath 'Ali Shah
  • Mirror Case, back
  • Mirror Case, interior
  • Lacquerwork casket: Siege of Herat
  • Jacket
  • Kalamkari hanging
  • Swan-Neck Glass Bottle
  • Reverse-glass painting (shamayil)
  • Shallow footed dish with English mount
  • Tabletop
  • Bowl
  • Indigo cloth
  • Warrior's protective tunic
  • Fan
  • Purse
  • Horse headpiece
  • Necklace
  • Torque
  • Pectoral badge
  • Ceremonial helmet (denkyemkye)
  • Asafo Flag
  • Gold Weight: Chair
  • Mourning cloth with adinkra designs, detail
  • Royal stool
  • Royal attendants to an Akan chief in Kwahu
  • Elephant Figure
  • Statue of the god Gu
  • Robe (Kansawu) and Trousers, from 3 Piece Royal or Noble Costume
  • Coral mesh shirt, cap, and whisk for an Oba
  • Power Figure (Nkisi N'Kondi: Mangaaka)
  • Cut-pile cloth with pom-poms
  • Fetish, Figure/Necklace
  • King Munza (Mbunza) in Full Dress
  • Figure, Female
  • Skirt
  • Shield
  • Pectoral
  • Quilted armor
  • Jug
  • Vessel Pot Pourri
  • Writing table (bureau plat) with filing cabinet (cartonnier) for Ange-Laurent de La Live de Jully
  • Writing- and reading-table
  • Breast cup (jatte tétori) for the dairy at the Château de Rambouillet, Sèvres Manufactory
  • Federation Day (La Fête de la Fédération)
  • Bedroom for Joséphine de Beauharnais, Château de Malmaison
  • Designs for chairs
  • Design for the ceiling of the Glass Drawing Room, Northumberland House
  • Vase
  • Sugar bowl
  • Settee
  • The Banqueting Room
  • Souvenir fan with views of Vesuvius
  • Chimneypiece in the Egyptian style: Giant figures supporting the lintel, flanked by chairs
  • The Coaci Inkstand
  • Dressing room and audience chamber of Ferdinand VI, Palacio Real de Madrid
  • Armchair (silla de peineta)
  • Breast ornament
  • Interior of the church of Wies with plaster and scagliola flying pulpit, Steingaden, Bavaria
  • Centerpiece from the table service of the Prince-Bishop of Hildesheim
  • Side chair
  • Parure
  • Center table
  • Jug (kvasnik)
  • Grand Salon, King’s Pavilion, Haga
  • Klismos chair
  • Commemorative textile panel
  • Wallpaper panels from La Grande Chasse
  • Tray
  • Clock
  • Chair No. 14
  • Hatstand
  • Well Spring vase
  • Moresque mosaic patterns
  • The Grand Salon, Château de Saint-Cloud, France
  • Fashion plate
  • Armoire for the Great Exhibition, London, 1851
  • Hanging cabinet for the Château de Roquetaillade, France
  • Two-part cabinet
  • Dining Room in Late Renaissance Taste (Speisezimmer im Geschmack der Spaetrenaissance)
  • Dressing table for the Palacio Güell, Barcelona
  • Seat for two
  • Serving dish from Service Rousseau (Japanese Service)
  • Strawberry Thief
  • Prologue
  • Frontispiece and title page
  • Harmony in Blue and Gold: The Peacock Room
  • Flowers on the Windowsill, depicting a room in the Larsson house in Dalarna
  • Armchairs
  • Wall cabinet
  • Jug
  • Armchair
  • Furniture from Siegfried Bing’s L’Art Nouveau pavilion, Exposition universelle, Paris, 1900
  • Thistles vase
  • Purse
  • Bottleneck basket
  • Eye-dazzler blanket
  • Eye-dazzler blanket
  • Naaxein (Chilkat Robe)
  • Coat
  • Jar
  • Portrait of Sebastiana Inés Josefa de San Agustín, daughter of a cacique
  • Woman’s tunic: Huipil de la Malinche
  • Woman’s coca cloth
  • Presentation basket
  • Festival hat
  • Charley, Weaver and Silversmith, in Native Dress with Blanket and Bowl outside Winter Hogan; Snow on Ground 1893
  • Woman's Breast Ornaments
  • Portrait of a Young Woman
  • Portrait of a novice nun, possibly Sor Juana de la Cruz
  • Facade (detail) of the Casa de los Marqueses de Jaral del Berrio (Palacio de Iturbide), Mexico City
  • De Español y Castiza, Español. 3
  • Stone portal of the Franciscan mission church of San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, San Antonio, Texas
  • Torchère
  • Butacón
  • Low Estrado Table
  • Coca Box (Coquera)
  • Chalice
  • Writing desk
  • Writing desk
  • Wreath presented to Simón Bolívar by the city of Cuzco, June 21, 1825
  • The Patriot Army Rescues the Homeland
  • Pitcher
  • Butaca
  • Sideboard
  • Woman wearing a peinetón
  • Interior in Santa Fe de Bogotá, Colombia
  • Theatro Municipal, Rio de Janeiro
  • Interior, Vila Penteado, São Paulo
  • High chest of drawers
  • High chest of drawers
  • Sons of Liberty Bowl
  • Presentation Vase
  • Pillar-and-scroll shelf clock
  • Shaker-made storage boxes with original paint
  • Coverlet
  • Coverlet, detail
  • Coverlet, detail
  • Sideboard
  • Specialized sterling silver knives in the 1895 Chantilly pattern
  • Coming to the Parson
  • Storage jar
  • Pictorial quilt
  • Interior of the New England Kitchen
  • Century Vase
  • Chapel, created by the Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company for the World’s Columbian Exposition, Chicago
  • Textile sample
  • Entryway to the Chinese section, Exposition international des arts décoratifs, Paris
  • Advertisement for Hatamen Cigarettes
  • Raging Tide 1: Struggle (Nuchao zhiyi: Zhengzha)
  • Cover, Shanghai Private Kaiming Correspondence School, Members’ Club Quarterly 5
  • Figure of Li Tiemei
  • Moon chair
  • Postage stamp celebrating the Year of the Tiger
  • Shanghai Museum, People’s Square, Shanghai
  • Women’s dresses (qipao)
  • Dress from the Mao Collection
  • Bamboo glasses
  • Design for a poster: Let’s Build a Strong Native Land
  • Vase
  • Buncheong figure
  • Two-page spread
  • Skirt
  • Design for Poppy vase
  • Advertising poster for the Mitsukoshi department store
  • Magazine advertisement for the film A Woman with Many Memories (Omohide ooki onna)
  • Meisen kimono
  • Desk lamp
  • Kikkoman Soy Sauce Dispenser
  • Murai Stool
  • A Great New '35' SP Nikon
  • The Rose-Colored Dance, A La Maison De M. Civecawa (Poster for a performance by Tatsumi Hijikata’s butoh dance company)
  • Kamiko
  • Honey-Pop Armchair
  • Casket
  • Screen
  • Presentation ewer (aftaba)
  • Durbar Hall, Kesar Vilas palace, Sirohi, Rajasthan
  • Necklaces created for Maharaja Bhupinder Singh
  • Meghwar woman’s tunic (cholo)
  • Quilt (rallí)
  • Patola wedding sari
  • Dhurrie
  • Torque (vario or hansuli)
  • Reception room, Bhagat Haveli, Nawalgarh, Rajasthan
  • Easy armchair
  • Sitting room for Amit Ambalal, Ahmadabad, Gujarat
  • Entrance hall of the Parliament Library, New Delhi
  • Main reception hall, Devi Garh palace, Delwara, Rajasthan
  • Dining room, Pathy residence, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
  • Sanganer-style textile
  • Look 3
  • Scene from the film Jodhaa Akbar
  • Tanker truck
  • Tiles based on 16th-century designs
  • Carpet
  • Dar al-Kutub (Khedival Library), now housing the Egyptian National Library and Archives and the Museum of Islamic Art, Cairo
  • The newly crowned Shahbanu Farah Pahlavi of Iran, Tehran, October 26, 1967
  • Craftsmen at work on a metal tabletop
  • Rug
  • Carpet with a nursing mother
  • Ewer
  • Tiles forming the words Masha’Allah (whatever God wills)
  • Dish with Arabic text of the shahadah
  • Embroidered hanging (susani)
  • Wide dish (maâjnà)
  • Perfume bottles
  • Plate
  • Tea and whiskey glasses from the Istanbul series
  • Şah flatware from the AH series
  • Studio portrait
  • Nuit de Noel (Happy-Club)
  • Machine-printed textile for the African market, detail
  • Machine-printed cloth commemorating the 1939 Accra earthquake
  • Adire cloth with a Jubilee pattern
  • Kente cloth
  • Asante weaver Kwaku Neyeh wearing one of his own silk kente cloths
  • Bogolan tunic
  • Prestige robe of the Mossi chiefs of Kumasi
  • Mossi chief Alhaji Abdul Rahman in prestige robe
  • Mantle (Lamba Mpanjakas)
  • Nokia Cell Phone Coffin
  • Kanaga-type funerary mask
  • Facade of the Bicycle House, Zaria, Nigeria
  • Lintel and doors from the royal palace
  • Renowned Ndebele artist Franzina Ndimande shares her knowledge with a student
  • Ceremonial apron
  • Spoon
  • Vessel
  • Altar vessel
  • Two vessels
  • Wire car
  • Basket
  • Basketry mat
  • Powder puff and cosmetic case
  • They Finally Broke the Pot of Wisdom
  • Squash blossom necklace
  • Height bracelets
  • The Skies from the Shootingway Chant
  • Yé’ii Bicheii rug
  • Haida Myth of Bear Mother
  • Eagle Sleeve Coat
  • Spike Draper performs in the Fancy dance competition, Red Earth Festival, Oklahoma City
  • Brothers, Cuzco, Peru
  • Kaqchikel women from San Pedro Sacatepéquez (Mujeres kaqchikeles de San Pedro Sacatepéquez)
  • Waja (circular serving tray)
  • Water vessel
  • Crab figure
  • Seri basket in the ethnographic galleries at the Museo Nacional de Antropología, Mexico City
  • Market, Otovalo, Imbabura Province, Ecuador
  • Beaux-Arts-style parlor suite
  • Poster for Cigarrillos París
  • Vase
  • Breakfast room at the Casa Requena, Mexico City
  • Hospital furniture
  • Design for an interior
  • Charger
  • Book cover
  • B.K.F. chair
  • Three-legged chair
  • Living room of Alfredo Boulton’s beach house, Margarita Island, Venezuela
  • Chairs No. 51, No. 52, and No. 53
  • Flávio de Carvalho performing Experiência no. 3, a presentation of his New Look: Summer Fashion for a New Man of the Tropics (New Look: Moda de verão para o novo homem dos trópicos)
  • Mayan coat
  • Mole armchair
  • Package designs for Coqueiro sardines
  • Poster with Mexico 68 logotype for the Mexico City Olympic Games
  • Glazed earthenware vases
  • Spirit ceiling fan
  • Saving Pig Lamp / Cerdo Ahorrador
  • Favela chair
  • Drawings for furniture
  • Main Reading Room, New York Public Library
  • Brooch
  • Competition design: lounge and music room
  • Poster for Arts and Crafts Den Haag
  • Window depicting Saint Brendan, Honan Chapel, University College, Cork
  • Cover design
  • Interior, main living area at Hvitträsk
  • Design for a living room
  • Tree of Life window
  • Pitcher
  • Private and Confidential
  • Poster for the Allgemeine Elektricitäts-Gesellschaft
  • Gowns by Paul Poiret
  • Fruit bowl and saucer: Draperiskålen
  • Plate: Le attività gentili. I progenitori
  • Set design for the Ballets Russes: harem scene in Scheherazade
  • Poster for The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
  • Chandelier designed for the actor Otto Boleškak
  • Design for a suit
  • Grand Salon
  • Cubic coffee service
  • Elevator doors
  • Advertisement (proof copy) for the Model T
  • Vacuum cleaner, model XXX
  • Tea infuser and strainer
  • Wassily chair, model B3
  • Kitchen (known as the Frankfurt Kitchen) for the Römerstadt housing project
  • Red Blue Chair
  • Revolving Armchair
  • Plate
  • Paimio chair, model no. 41
  • Tea set
  • Music and drawing room, London
  • Lobster Telephone
  • Director’s Room, Casa del Fascio, Como, Italy
  • The KDF-Wagen
  • The de Havilland D.H.98 Mosquito light bomber
  • Radio-Phonograph (model SK 4⁄10)
  • Poster for The Man with the Golden Arm
  • Poster for Olivetti SpA, featuring the Lettera 22 typewriter
  • Calyx furnishing fabric
  • Antelope bench
  • Advertisement for the Plymouth Sport Fury
  • Spring collections
  • Ant side chair
  • Roman Modzelewski in a prototype for his fiberglass RM58 armchair
  • Living Room, with Ray and Charles Eames seated on Indian chairs
  • Atomville USA
  • Stop Nuclear Suicide poster, for the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, England
  • Maidens skirt fabric, detail
  • Jar
  • Table
  • Vespa GS 150
  • Platter
  • Coat, dress, and boots
  • Blow inflatable armchair
  • Visiona 1 futuristic habitat for the Cologne furniture fair Interzum
  • The Souper Dress
  • Sales exhibition at Möbel Pfister, Zurich
  • Dylan promotional poster
  • Echoes of Harlem
  • Queen Anne side chair
  • Proust armchair
  • Tahiti table lamp
  • Dresses from the fall/winter collection
  • Tea and Coffee Piazza
  • Concrete stereo
  • Louis Ghost armchair
  • Egg vase
  • Cinderella table
  • Does it make sense? poster-magazine
  • Knife and cutting board
  • SL48 portable solar lantern, front
  • SL48 portable solar lantern, back
  • Clever Little Bag shoe packaging for Puma
  • Earth Day poster
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  • India c. 1400–2000
  • Islamic Lands c. 1400–2000
  • Europe c. 1400–2000
  • Africa c. 1400–2000
  • The Americas c. 1400–2000
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~JOHN ROBERT ALDERMAN—Independent art historian and writer on India, contributor to African Elites in India (2006), and author of numerous book reviews about India.
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~Creating some form of textbook of decorative arts has been in the back of my mind since I founded the Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts (BGC) in 1993. I realized that to expand the range of graduate and undergraduate courses addressing the decorative arts, we needed more pedagogical tools, and better ones. I remembered how central...
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~For a project that has been in the making for nearly a decade we have many people to thank. The title of Project Editor does not begin to cover the extraordinary contribution of Heather Jane McCormick (who holds an MA and an MPhil from the BGC and is also a doctoral candidate here). She assisted us in many and varied ways, and her subject knowledge, love of the...
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~This book began with the idea of producing a series of introductory texts for students entering the Bard Graduate Center. We were expanding and reshaping our year-long “Survey of the Decorative Arts, Design and Material Culture: The Ancient World to the Present” (required of all entering MA students) in order to reflect the greater plurality of...
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As the project took shape, it became clear that it would be beyond the scope of a single volume to explore every period, from antiquity to the present, while still preserving the desired level of detail and interpretive complexity. We therefore decided to begin our coverage in 1400. The six centuries this book addresses are divided into four chronological sections-1400–1600, 1600–1750,...
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As early as the Late Neolithic period, ancestors of the Chinese people displayed an aptitude for transforming raw materials into objects of beauty and cultural significance...
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~~From the fifteenth through the seventeenth century, the Indian subcontinent (comprising present-day India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka) was a land consisting of dozens of states of various sizes. Many of these were gradually incorporated into more extensive and powerful kingdoms and empires, until by the end of the sixteenth...
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~~Prior to 1400 several major design traditions flourished and disappeared from the Islamic world. The fifteenth century saw the “golden twilight” of Islamic Spain before the Christian Reconquest of 1492. In other parts of the Islamic world, a decorative style based on floral vine scrolls, arabesques, and Chinese-inspired...
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~~In the period 1400 to 1600, Africa comprised a multitude of cultures and linguistic groups with widely varied traditions and practices relating to the decorative arts. The continent was crisscrossed by ancient trade routes across the Sahara desert and through the equatorial regions of Central Africa. The Nile valley connected East...
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~~In 1400, and for most of the fifteenth century, Europe remained medieval in outlook. Underlying every aspect of life were the teachings of the Christian Church, which had determined the European worldview for almost a millennium. In a world bound by biblical...
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Imagine a snapshot of North America around the year 1400. Millions of people live on the continent—individuals, families, clans, communities, and nations...
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In April 1644, after a century of dynastic decline characterized by inattentive emperors, power-hungry eunuchs...
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~~India from 1600 to 1750 was marked by courtly patronage of art, architecture, and design. The magnificent surviving civic and religious buildings and objects indicate the richness and variety of form and decoration within Indian material culture at this time. The Mughal emperors dominated the subcontinent, and their power, wealth,...
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~~The three major early modern empires—Safavid, Ottoman, and Mughal—continued to provide the main patronage of design and decorative arts in the Islamic world during the period 1600 to 1750. The quality of both the design and the manufacture of ceramics, metalwork, textiles, carpets, lacquerwork, and other objects...
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~~The period from 1600 to 1750 was marked by significant changes in trading relations along the Atlantic coast, with profound consequences for Africans living there and inland. Gold had been the primary export, but by the beginning of the seventeenth century, the value of slaves exceeded that of gold. The demand for labor in the New...
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~~In many areas of Europe, the period from 1600 to 1750 was an age of grandeur, marked by expansive claims to status and authority expressed through equally exuberant languages of ornament and decoration. Sacred spaces, like St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome, offered a symphony for the senses in which colorful hardstone-encrusted...
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In the seventeenth century, new and highly prized European trade goods began to enter North America through the growing colonial settlements along the East Coast and in the Southwest...
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In 1750, China was at the height of its power and the most populous country in the world, strengthened by a century of decisive Manchu rule under the Qing dynasty...
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~~In 1750, at the start of this period, the political map of the Indian subcontinent was a patchwork of warring regional power centers. By 1900, India had become a more unified nation subjugated first to British colonial administration and then, after 1857, to direct rule. In the early eighteenth century, Mughal power in Delhi...
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~~During the period 1750–1900, a sustained and more comprehensive contact with European ideas and culture affected many aspects of the arts, sciences, education, commerce, technology, and politics of the Islamic world. There was often an uneasy balance between long-standing values and design traditions and a certain attraction...
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~~The years between 1750 and 1900 were ones of dramatic transformation on the African continent. The transatlantic slave trade had accelerated. By the 1760s more than 90,000 Africans each year were sent to slave plantations in the Americas or died during the trans-Atlantic crossing. The Indian Ocean slave trade, sometimes called the...
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By the mid-eighteenth century, rising household wealth, improvements in manufacturing, and an expanding middle class gave European consumers access to greater quantities and a wider range of goods and styles...
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Natural curiosities, sources of wealth, trading partners, and strategic allies against encroaching European powers—such were some of the many ways colonial governments viewed the Indigenous inhabitants of North America up to the mid-eighteenth century...
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By 1900, China’s last imperial dynasty—the Qing (1644–1912)—was in its death throes...
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~~Western influences on the decorative arts and design of India continued throughout the twentieth century. Until 1947, when British rule came to an end, the British, along with the Indian princely aristocracy, administrative elite, and wealthier merchants, set the fashions. They imported many goods but also bought a wide range of...
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~~Changes in design and decorative arts production and consumption in the Islamic world continued in the twentieth century and early years of the twenty-first. The leading Western countries had a strong presence in the Middle East in the early 1900s, especially as Western demands for oil increased. Long-established, but still fluid...
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~~In Africa, the twentieth century was a time of widespread change. The political map had been transformed by the Berlin Conference in 1884–85, when European nations divided up the African continent, claiming distinct areas as their own. Through the first half of the century, France, Britain, Belgium, Portugal, and Germany...
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For many people in North America, which here refers to the United States and Canada, the twentieth century began with bright optimism...
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