Patterns of Revivalism: The Safavid/Pahlavi Case Study through a Pan-Islamic Lens

Keelan Overton
Curator of Islamic Art, Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art

During an era in which the definition of Islamic art is gradually being expanded to
include the “long nineteenth century” and contemporary art in both “old” and “new”
guises, Keelan Overton seeks to fill in the gap by considering artistic production during some of the most transformative decades in the history of the Islamic world, c. 1900-40.

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