Moorish

Moorish design refers to a specific style of Islamic art and architecture. It emerged in the 13th Century and flourished until the 16th Century in Spain and Northern Africa. The Moorish style more commonly refers to a distinctive architectural style, which is recognised by its ‘keyhole’ arches, domes and intricate, often cut out geometric patterns. These same features are common to Moorish style furniture and artwork, which eschews figurative representation in favour of beautiful pattern work.

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  1. Moorish 7
  2. Orientalist 3
  3. Arabesque 1
  4. Arts & Crafts 1
  5. Belle Époque 1
  6. Classical 1
  7. Figurative Art 1
  8. Islamic 1
Material
  1. Mother-of-Pearl 2
  2. Bone 1
  3. Bronze 1
  4. Fabric 1
  5. Gold 1
  6. Hardwood 1
  7. Iron 1
  8. Ormolu (Gilt Bronze) 1
  9. Porcelain 1
  10. Spelter 1
  11. Textile 1
  12. Velvet 1
  13. Wood 1
Colour
  1. Red 4
  2. Brown 4
  3. White 4
  4. Blue 2
  5. Gold 2
  6. Metallic 2
  7. Black 1
  8. Multi-coloured 1
  9. Yellow 1
Country Of Origin
  1. French 2
  2. Spanish 2
  3. English 1
  4. Indo-Portuguese 1
  5. Turkish 1
Period
  1. Late 19th Century 3
  2. Early 20th Century 2
  3. 18th Century and Earlier 1
  4. 19th Century 1
Artist / Maker
  1. Hottot, Louis (French, 1829-1905) 1
  2. Zuloaga, Placido (Spanish, 1834-1910) 1
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