İsmail Saray'ın 29. Devlet, Resim ve Heykel Sergisi'nde (1968) sunduğu Kara Konut resmini yaparken esinlendiği yörük çadırı - Nomad tent that inspired by İsmail Saray while painting Kara Konut (Black Dwelling) that was exhibited at 29. Devlet, Resim ve Heykel Sergisi [29th State Painting and Sculpture Exhibition] (1968)
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Title
İsmail Saray'ın 29. Devlet, Resim ve Heykel Sergisi'nde (1968) sunduğu Kara Konut resmini yaparken esinlendiği yörük çadırı - Nomad tent that inspired by İsmail Saray while painting Kara Konut (Black Dwelling) that was exhibited at 29. Devlet, Resim ve Heykel Sergisi [29th State Painting and Sculpture Exhibition] (1968)
Note
Bu iş İstanbul Resim ve Heykel Müzesi koleksiyonundadır - This work was acquired for the Istanbul Painting and Sculpture Museum
Issue Date
1968
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/48950
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Identifier
SARW470
Rights
Open Access
Rights Holder
İsmail Saray

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