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assignment 13

Page from the Shahnama, Unknown, Iran, 16th Century, 1525/1535, From the collection of: The Museum of Islamic Art, Qatar
Secular Luxury Islamic art could have pictures of people as well as animals, unlike religious art.
Spherical component of a mosque lamp, Iznik workshop, 1530/1550, From the collection of: Benaki Museum of Islamic Art
Calligraphy, as well as geometric shapes and flowers were used in religious art.
Madonna and Child, Duccio di Buoninsegna, ca. 1290–1300, From the collection of: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Christian religious art has many pictures of icons, and Gods where Islamic religious art does not due to it being a sin for them to worship icons.
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