Gift - V. Gervers-Molnar.
|Statement||Dikran G. Kelekian.|
|LC Classifications||N7382 K44|
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|Number of Pages||59|
Dikran Kelekian (Decem – January ), was a notable collector and dealer of Islamic art. The son of an Armenian banker from Kayseri, Dikran Kelekian and his brother Kevork set themselves up in the antiquities business in Istanbul in Born: Decem The original leather covering of the oracle, which dates back 1, years. Credit: Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Gift of Mrs. Beatrice Kelekian in memory of her husband, Charles Dikran Kelekian, The gospel may have Author: Lizleafloor. Important documents of coptic art in the collection of Dikran G. Kelekian. The Kelekian collection of Persian and analogous potteries () The potteries of Persia: being a brief history of the art of ceramics in the Near East / comp. by Dikran Khan Kelekian. - Paris, The renowned Kelekian collection of antique brocades, velvets, embroideries. Part II, final, 1 Dikran G. Kelekian, Important Documents of Cop-tic Art (New York, ); Gary Vikan, Catalogue of the Sculpture in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection, from the Ptolemaic Period to the Renaissance (Washington, D.C., ), p. 59, no. The National Museum of An-tiquities in Leiden has a frieze with identical iconog-raphy, attributed to the early Coptic period and bought.
1 Dikran G. Kelekian, Important Documents of Cop-Coptic Art and Archaeology: The Art of the Christian tic Art (New York, ); Gary Vikan, Catalogue of Egyptians from the Late Antique to the Middle Ages the Sculpture in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection, . Dikran Khan Kelekian, Nanette Rodney, the author of Coptic Art uses the surname Kelekian in more recent letters. She reported that Matisse and Derain owned Coptic tapestries knowing that they had purchased their fabrics from her grandfather Dikran Khan Kelekian, the connoisseur, collector, and dealer in Eastern antiquities. Papyrus 59 (’s’s) – snippets from John 1, 2, 11, 12, 17, with seven hermeneia. Papyrus 63 (’s) – John and , with the oracular notes in Greek and Coptic. Papyrus 76 (’s) – John , , with two notes, both resembling notes in . The obtained results will enrich our knowledge concerning some painting materials from an important example of the Coptic art in Egypt. A map of Egypt, the location of Kharga Oasis is highlighted.
COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Dikran G. Kelekian circa and Dikran Garabed Kelekian (), art, antiquities and coin collector and dealer. He was born Decem , in Caesarea, Turkey, son of an Armenian banker from Kayseri (Caesarea), Turkey. He appears to have begun his career somehow involved in the archaeological excavations of medieval Persian. This book is the first comprehensive survey of Egypt to treat this entire period including the first half-century of Arab rule. Twenty-one renowned specialists present the history, society, economy, culture, religious institutions, art, and architecture of the period. Dikran G. Kelekian Album of c. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift. Illustrated catalogue of the notable collection of modern French pictures and a group of the works of the noted American artist Arthur B. Davies: formed by and belonging to the widely known antiquarian Dikran Khan be the grand ballroom of the Plaza the American art association. ()[Leather Bound] Kelekian Dikhran G.