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many soldiers, officers, and courtiers a retreat from the administrative and economic afflictions of the second half of the sixteenth century. The hybrid nature of the Kadærga convent, with its simultaneous architectural references to public-religious and private- residential idioms in Ottoman

In: Muqarnas Online

painter was after. 
 Landscape begins to organize the space, and the horizon line, something extremely rare in Islamic figurative ceramics, enters. A fascinatingly hybrid lusterware dish from Valencia, 1625–1700 or later, features a crowned lion that stands on hilly ground marked with crosshatches, in a

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globalized con- cept of art. 4 With respect to the Arab reception of new artistic practices, Silvia Naef makes a distinction between peri- ods of adoption (1900–1945) and adaptation (1945–60), to which one can today add the reinvention of tradi- tions, hybrid works, and Arab political art. 5 Contem- porary

In: Muqarnas Online

Middle Ages to the Present (Leiden, 1992), 60–62; al-Maqqarī, History of the Mohammedan Dynasties , trans. Gayangos, 1:121.
 87 D. Fairchild Ruggles, Gardens, Landscape, and Vision in the Palaces of Islamic Spain (University Park, Pa., 2003), 64; D. Fairchild Ruggles, “Mothers of a Hybrid Dynasty

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that design can be protected alternatively as well as cumulatively under various forms of IP law and under competition law, at least in Europe, simply reflects the hybrid nature of industrial design. Design combines functional and aesthetic elements into a coherent whole, but, as seen above (§§1.2 and

In: Brill Research Perspectives in Art and Law

Such syncretic proclivities have led scholars to conclude that “Ibrahim was the product of a hybrid civilization. It is hard to label him either a Muslim or a Hindu.” 10 
 Notwithstanding the noted risks of scholarly veneration 11 —culminating in Richard Eaton and Phillip Wagoner’s insistence “to

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, while the former has remained committed to theology” (Detweiler/Jasper 2000, 2). Yet even in Britain, as a “hybrid venture,” the literature-and-theology project in Elisabeth Jay’s words “boasts no unassailable pedigree, or universally acknowledged territory” (in Hass/Jasper/Jay 2007, 3). And as F. W

In: Brill Research Perspectives in Religion and the Arts

hands walks past on its back legs, creeping ever so quietly down the path. The girl hopes this hybrid creature will stop and try to save this child but the creature is frightened and unsure what to do. Figure 1 Wearing the same dress . Suzanne Perry (2011). Acrylic paint and ink on paper. I stare at a

In: Art Therapy in Australia

.4 First Work Phase: Sculpture of a Hybrid Head Pedagogic Decisions Concerning the Task The heads and faces that the students developed from the structures mostly had a hybrid character, with both human and animalistic elements. Thus, the next step in the following creation process was already determined

In: Joseph Beuys and the Artistic Education

practice. You are skilled in “third space thinking” that attends to reciprocity and exchange, of the hybrid and the transcultural. If my generation’s old identity question was “who are we?” I imagine yours will be “how do we all find home in this interconnected world?” Art therapists of the future, more

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