Hama and Jabla

Hama and Jabla

watercolours 1931-1961

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Beskrivelse
Ejnar Fugmann served as architect-in-chief on two Danish archaeological expeditions to Syria, first to Hama (1931-38) and much later to Jabla (1958-61). He was a skilled artist and spent much of his spare time painting watercolours of local monuments and daily life. While he also painted scenes from other parts of Syria such as Aleppo and Krak de Chevaliers, his portraits of Hama and Jabla are especially compelling for the witness they bear to two towns before modern development changed their appearance irrevocably. In addition to the waterwheels on the Orontes and other scenes from daily life, his watercolours from Hama show the ´Azm and Kilani mansions, the Han Rustam bazaar, the Great Mosque and the Abul-fida Grave Mosque, presented in their cultural and historical context. The Jabla watercolours focus on scenes in the town, by the harbour and around the expedition house. This handsome volume is introduced by P.J. Riis, who participated in the excavation of Hama and directed the Jabla expedition. He provides an especially vivid account of Hama in the 1930s, with its horse-drawn cabs and constantly turning waterwheels. Hama and Jabla offers a colourful window on a world that no longer exists. It will interest armchair time travellers as well as serious students of Islamic architecture and history.
Detaljer
Serier Proceedings of the Danish Institute in Damascus
Forlag Aarhus University Press
Udgave 1
ISBN 8772889268
Sprog Engelsk
Originalsprog ENG
Sider 104
Udgivelsesdato 20-12-2002
Basis format Indbundet
Format Indbundet
Varenr. 1455707
EAN nr. 9788772889269
Varetype Direkte
Varegruppe Kultur div.
Leverandør Nordisk Bog Center A/S
Lev. varenr. 8772889268
Højde/Dybde (mm) 10
Bredde (mm) 216
Længde (mm) 276
Vægt (g) 594

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