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Ghazni had heard of the vast wealth that had accumulated in the temples of India. He destroyed and looted many temples in the region. He called himself the `breaker of images'. In 1018 Ad. He looted Mathura after destroying many temples at the place. Kanauja and Sthaneswar cities also fell into his hands.
Published by madugundu krishna 235 months ago in Art & Art History | +0 votes | 0 comments
One of the monuments built in Eastern Afghanistan is the Minaret of Jam. One look at it will show that it is inspired by the Kutab Minar, which was erected by Kutabdin Aibak a member of the slave dynasty that ruled Delhi between the 11th and 13th century AD. Some historians believe that it was erected to mark the victory of Mohammed Ghuri over Prithviraj Chauhan
Published by Madan G Singh 64 months ago in Art & Art History | +1 votes | 0 comments
De Stijl was a radical movement in art and design, which can be understood as the Dutch version of Modernism. Modernism was not a monolithic entity. Each of the major European countries produced their own version: Germany had the Bauhaus; France had Le Corbusier; and Russia had Constructivism. The Dutch version was known as De Stijl, which is Dutch for ‘the style.’
Published by MJ5446 92 months ago in Art & Art History | +7 votes | 3 comments
De Stijl was a radical movement in art and design, which can be understood as the Dutch version of Modernism. Modernism was not a monolithic entity. Each of the major European countries produced their own version: Germany had the Bauhaus; France had Le Corbusier; and Russia had Constructivism. The Dutch version was known as De Stijl, which is Dutch for ‘the style.’
Published by MJ5446 92 months ago in Art & Art History | +7 votes | 1 comments
De Stijl was a radical movement in art and design, which can be understood as the Dutch version of Modernism. Modernism was not a monolithic entity. Each of the major European countries produced their own version: Germany had the Bauhaus; France had Le Corbusier; and Russia had Constructivism. The Dutch version was known as De Stijl, which is Dutch for ‘the style.’
Published by MJ5446 92 months ago in Art & Art History | +11 votes | 4 comments
One of the most popular and important furniture in the home is the bed.
Published by Godwill 92 months ago in Art & Art History | +8 votes | 5 comments
While the first phase of neoclassical furniture was still at its peak, the Empire furniture sprang up to displace the neoclassical design.
Published by Godwill 92 months ago in Art & Art History | +12 votes | 2 comments
The era of Neoclassicism in furniture denotes the time when the movement that favoured the ancient Greco-Roman designs to the rococo and the Renaissance furniture was in operation.
Published by Godwill 92 months ago in Art & Art History | +10 votes | 3 comments
After the reign of the baroque furniture design, a new design known as the ‘rococo’ was introduced in about 1730 in Paris and then in the rest of the Western world.
Published by Godwill 92 months ago in Art & Art History | +1 votes | 1 comments
Until in the 1940s, American furniture were being influenced and overshadowed by their European counterparts.
Published by Godwill 92 months ago in Art & Art History | +5 votes | 0 comments
Safia Said Binzagr,a Saudi painter, is a poineer in leading the artistic movement in Saudi Arabia from the early 1970s to the present day.
Published by Abdel-moniem El-Shorbagy 93 months ago in Art & Art History | +15 votes | 4 comments
A description and explanation of Felix Hidalgo's masterpiece, The Assassination of Governor Bustamante and His Son.
Published by Isabelle Salonga 93 months ago in Art & Art History | +4 votes | 0 comments
Have you ever heard of Parkour? Many people don't even know what it is.
Published by Dominik Warren 94 months ago in Art & Art History | +2 votes | 0 comments
This is the rarest show ever to grace the American Burlesque Stage.
Published by Emperor Frederick Von Seidl 96 months ago in Art & Art History | +3 votes | 0 comments
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