It was the 17th century that emerged at the end of the 15th century, which we could describe as painting anthologies offering various cross-sections from Ottoman society. One of the clothing albums, which was generally produced outside the palace, which was widely produced in the 19th century, is examined in the context of Ottoman painting art. Today, the 1688 clothing album, which is found in the Bibliothèque Nationale de France collection in Paris, was prepared by Musavvir Hussein Istanbuli, a member of the Palace nakkas. These albums, which do not have a signature on their paintings, are attributed to him by discussing comparatively with other known works of the artist. The album was reviewed and Hussein's 17th-century album. It was found that other clothing albums produced in the mid-19th century brought some innovations in stylistic and iconography. There are 60 paintings in the clothing album in question, and the painting program includes Sultan, Queen-i Azam, other court officials, men and women from the public, juggling, dervishes and clergy. The fact that clothing albums that are a return to European taste and demand are produced by the palace artist are also very important in terms of showing that the artists supported by the palace are also active in addition to the so-called bazaar painters in the clothing album market. The album, which is examined, has an original place in the tradition of clothing albums with its picture language and descriptions.
Ottoman painting art, Clothing album, Hüseyin Istanbuli, XVI. Louis
|Author :||gökçe oruç - Gökçe ORUÇ|
|Number of pages:||1-26|