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Title
Eros and sexuality in Islamic art Eros and sexuality in Islamic art
Type
Text
Language
English
Illustrative Content
illustrations
Classification
LCC: N8217.E6 E64 2013 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 704.9/428088297 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2013012209
Content
text (Source: rdacontent)
Table Of Contents
Introduction. Eros and sexuality in Islamic art: old issues and new perspectives / Francesca Leoni and Mika Natif
Making love not war: the iconography of the cockfight in medieval Egypt / Fahmida Suleman
The generative garden: sensuality, man love, and eternity in Govardhan's illustration of Saʻdi's Gulistān / Mika Natif
Where have all the boys gone? the lady of the 'sala de justicia' ceilings and Nasrid poetics of sacred and profane love / Cynthia Robinson
Visibly foreign, visibly female: the eroticization of the Zan-I Farangi in seventeenth-century Persian painting / Amy S. Landau
Frontiers of visual taboos: painted indecencies in Isfahan / Sussan Babaie
Ottomanizing pornotopia: changing visual codes in eighteenth-century Ottoman erotic miniatures / Tülay Artan and Irvin C. Schick
'Not to toil in lonely obsession': modern Persian erotica in the Kinsey Institute
Christiane J. Gruber.
Authorized Access Point
Leoni, Francesca, 1974- Eros and sexuality in Islamic art
Authorized Access Point Variant
Natif, Mika, Eros and sexuality in Islamic art