Carpets at Stefano Bardini Museum

Category: Exhibitions

As a part of the Hali Colloquium in Italy Alberto Boralevi guided a tour 6 February 2023 at noon at the Stefano Bardini Museum with focus on important Anatolian and Persian carpets from the 16th-17th centuries.

Alberto Boralevi gave an introduction to the Stefano Bardini Museum. Stefano Bardini was an Italian art dealer in Florence and his bequest to the city resulted in the opening of the Museo Bardini in 1923.
Alberto Boralevi gave an introduction to the Stefano Bardini Museum. Stefano Bardini was an Italian art dealer in Florence and his bequest to the city resulted in the opening of the Museo Bardini in 1923.
Mamluk carpet fragment, Museo Stefano Bardini
Mamluk carpet fragment, Museo Stefano Bardini
Central Persian carpet fragment, Museo Stefano Bardini
Central Persian carpet fragment, Museo Stefano Bardini
A very large mid 17th century Isfahan carpet on the backwall in the staircase, Museo Stefano Bardini
A very large mid 17th century Isfahan carpet on the backwall in the staircase, Museo Stefano Bardini
Small Medallion Ushak 17th century, Museo Stefano Bardini
Small Medallion Ushak 17th century, Museo Stefano Bardini
16th century Tabriz fragment, Museo Stefano Bardini
16th century Tabriz fragment, Museo Stefano Bardini
Transylvanian coupled column prayer rug, West Anatolia 17th century
Transylvanian coupled column prayer rug, West Anatolia 17th century
Selendi carpet 16-17th century
Selendi carpet 16-17th century
Isfahan 16-17th century
Isfahan 16-17th century
Fragment of Herat, Khorasan 17th century
Fragment of Herat, Khorasan 17th century
Left: Lotto Ushak rug, late 16th century. Right: Small Pattern Holbein Rug early 16th century
Left: Lotto Ushak rug, late 16th century. Right: Small Pattern Holbein Rug early 16th century
Damascus carpet, second half 16th century
Damascus carpet, second half 16th century
Michael Franses, Shirin Melikova and Alberto Boralevi
Michael Franses, Shirin Melikova and Alberto Boralevi

Also read the article about the carpet storage at Mozzi Bardini Palace.

More information: The Hali Colloquium in Italy: Florence, Milan, Turin and Genoa


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