Access to Mideast and Islamic Resources (AMIR): Monuments of Syria
ArchNet: Islamic Architecture Community
Ashmolean: Islamic Ceramics Trail
Encyclopaedia Iranica: “Art in Iran”
Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery: Visual Poetry
Gardner, Robert (producer and director) (2012): Islamic Art: Mirror of the Invisible World
Harvard University: Women’s Worlds in Qajar Iran
Journal of Art Historiography 6 (2012): “What do we mean when we say ‘Islamic art’? A plea for a critical rewriting of the history of the arts of Islam”
Louvre Museum: “Iznik and Ottoman Ceramics,” Three Empires of Islam
Manar al-Athar, University of Oxford: Open-access photo archive
Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Glossary terms
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art:
The Metropolitan Museum of Art:
- Calligraphy in Islamic Art
- Figural Representation
- Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History
- The Birth of Islam
- The Nature of Islamic Art
University of British Columbia Museum of Anthropology: The Spirit of Islam: Experiencing Islam through Calligraphy
Victoria and Albert Museum:
Walters Art Museum, Poetry and Prayers: Islamic Manuscripts
Ann Arbor: Islamic Manuscripts Collection, University of Michigan
Athens: Benaki Museum
Baltimore: Art of the Islamic World, The Walters Art Museum
Beirut: Robert Mouawad Private Museum
Berlin: Museum of Islamic Art
Boston: Islamic Art, Museum of Fine Arts
Cleveland: Cleveland Museum of Art
Copenhagen: The David Collection
Detroit: The Arts of Asia and the Islamic World, Detroit Institute of Arts
Doha: Museum of Islamic Art
Dublin: The Islamic Collections, The Chester Beatty Library
Hawelli, Kuwait: Tareq Rajab Museum
Jerusalem: L.A. Mayer Museum for Islamic Art
Kuala Lumpur: The Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia
London: The Islamic Middle East, British Museum
London: Islamic Collection, The Khalili Collections
London: Islamic Middle East Gallery, Victoria and Albert Museum
Los Angeles: Islamic Art, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Moscow: The Armoury, Kremlin Museums
New Haven: Near East Collection, Yale University Library
New York: Arts of the Islamic World, Brooklyn Museum of Art
New York: Islamic Art Department, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Oxford: Islamic Middle East Gallery, Ashmolean
Oxford: Fitzwilliam Museum
Paris: Arts of Islam, Louvre
Princeton, NJ: Princeton Digital Library of Islamic Manuscripts
St. Petersburg: Oriental Art, State Hermitage Museum
St. Petersburg: Oriental Manuscripts, National Library of Russia
Toronto: The Aga Khan Museum
Washington, D.C.: Arts of the Islamic World, The Freer and Sackler Galleries, Smithsonian Institution
Washington, D.C.: Collections, Textile Museum
*Jonathan M. Bloom and Sheila S. Blair, “A Global Guide to Islamic Art” Saudi Aramco World (January/February 2009): 32–43
Maryam D. Ekhtiar, Priscilla P. Soucek, Sheila R. Canby, and Navina Najat Haidar, eds. Masterpieces from the Department of Islamic Art in The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2011).
Linda Komaroff, ed, Gifts of the Sultan: The Arts of Giving at the Islamic Courts (Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 2011).
Jonathan Bloom and Sheila Blair, eds. The Grove Encyclopedia of Islamic Art and Architecture (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009).
Sheila Canby, Shah ‘Abbas: the Remaking of Iran (London: British Museum Press, 2009).
Stefano Carboni and Linda Komaroff, eds., The Legacy of Genghis Khan: Courtly Art and Culture in Western Asia, 1256–1353 (New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2002).
Richard Ettinghausen, Oleg Grabar, Marilyn Jenkins-Madina, Islamic Art and Architecture 650–1250 (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2001).
Jonathan Bloom and Sheila Blair, Islamic Arts (London: Phaidon Press Ltd, 1997).
Robert Hillenbrand, Islamic Art and Architecture (London and New York: Thames and Hudson, Ltd. 1999).
Jennifer Scarce, Domestic Culture in the Middle East (Edinburgh: National Museums of Scotland, 1996).
Venetia Porter, Islamic Tiles (New York: Interlink Books, 1995).
James W. Allan, Islamic Ceramics (Oxford: Ashmolean Museum Oxford, 1991).