Jewish Costumes in the Ottoman Empire / Osmanlı'da Yahudi Kıyafetleri (Paperback)

Jewish Costumes in the Ottoman Empire / Osmanlı'da Yahudi Kıyafetleri (Paperback)
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AuthorOlcay Çetinok, Ruhiefza Verdön, HarikaYazıcı
PublisherGözlem Gazetecilik Basın ve Yayın

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Türkçe-İngilizce açıklamalı olarak hazırlanan 'Osmanlı'da Yahudi Kıyafetleri' adlı kitap 11. yüzyıl -18. yüzyıl zaman dilimi içinde Yahudi giysilerinin tarihçesini anlatmakta. Kitapta ayrıca üç ünlü tezhip ve minyatür sanatçısının yaptığı 63 illüstrasyon da yer almakta.


The book "Jewish Costumes in the Ottoman Empire" which was prepared with Turkish and English explanations recounts the history of Jewish costumes between the 11th and 18th centuries. Furthermore, the book contains 63 illustrations made by three famous illumination and miniature artists.

Olcay Çetinok: Olcay Çetinok graduated from the 'Academy of Fine Arts of Rome' in 1971 and won several awards during her studies. After an artistic ceramics education, she attended the Topkapı Palace Nakkaşhanesi to pursue her interest in miniatures and 'tezhip' and obtained a diploma. Çetinok continues her art work at the Cahide Keskiner Atelier. Most of Çetinok's Works are in private collections in Turkey and abroad.

Ruhiefza Verdön: She started working in 'tezhip' and miniatures at the Cahide Keskiner Atelier. She completed the 'Topkapı Palace Traditional Turkish Embellishment Arts' course receiving a certificate from the Ministry of Culture. A number of her works are in private collections in Turkey and abroad. The most recent exhibition she participated in was the 'Art Anatolia 2000 Collection' at Carrousel De Louvre.

HarikaYazıcı: Harika Yazıcı, after graduating from the Pharmacology Department, studied 'tezhip' and miniatures at the 'Turkish Embellishment Arts' course opened under the auspices of the Topkapı Palace. She won first prize at the Üsküdar Mihrimah Mosque, 'From Past to Present' competition organized by the Turkish Ministry of Culture. She participated in 'L'expo Istanbul Vous Ouvre les Portes de L'Orient' exhibition in Paris with her work, namely 'Ottoman Palace Costumes and Women in the Ottoman Empire'.

Illustrators: Olcay Çetinok, Ruhiefza Verdön, Harika Yazıcı

20 cm. X 28 cm.