History and Origin of Artworks
The museums Asian art collection, are displayed in the exhibition area for Japanese artwork (Basch and Poole 541) at the museum, whereas the Latin American art collections, are displayed in the Latin American art galleries in the same museum (Compton 165). In addition to the above mentioned artworks, the museum has also some of the renowned Islamic art collections. Benedetti claims that the museum harbors over 1,700 different Islamic artworks (4). Most of them were collected from the region between Southern Spain extending to Central Asia, including Greece, the Roman Empire and ancient Egypt (Doak 136). These pieces of work include carved wood and stone, manuscripts on stone tablets and reeds, illumination, calligraphy, enameled glass, inlaid metal work and glazed ceramics, preferably from the Turkish and Iranian regions. Islamic artworks portray a common feature of beauty, in their brillian...
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