Plate with a Geometric Interlaced Pattern
|Caption||Earthenware from the Islamic world was popular in Europe and imported on a large scale. European potters adopted Islamic decorative motifs early on. The ‘Turk’s head knot’ pattern, or interlaced strapwork, on this 16th-century plate from Siena is derived from ornament prints by Leonardo da Vinci or Albrecht Dürer. They too were fascinated by the intricate Islamic decorations. Date: c 1525. Object ID: BK-NM-13136.|
|Artwork medium||earthenware, tin glaze, lead glaze|
|Plate Geometric Interlaced Pattern plate|
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|YR0242432||2,500 x 2,500 pixels||1|
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