Arabic ceramics art
...conquests in the 600s and combined all countries they conquered into a unitary civilization. Initially, Arabs themselves had minimal art; however, amid the conquests, the Arabs came into contact with flourishing ceramic art of Persia, Syria, and Egypt (Savory 89). The blending of the cultural influences yielded a distinctive form of Arabic ceramic art prominent between the years 800 and 1700.
Arab artists developed many techniques, the bulk of which remain still in use today. For instance, Arabs engraved pots... Arabic Ceramics Art Introduction In art history, ceramics art refers to art objects detailing aspects such as tableware, figures, and tiles fashioned from clay plus other raw materials by the...