Islamic Art as a Means of Cultural Exchange

Islamic Art as a Means of Cultural Exchange

With the expansion of Islam over a vast area of land, Muslim artists started to develop the traits they had borrowed from other civilisations, and created their own styles, motifs and fashion which conformed to the teachings of their own religion, thus shaping their own aesthetics.

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