Holbein rugs

Holbein rugs are taking their name from Hans Holbein the Younger, due to their depiction in European Renaissance paintings. Check also our Holbein rugs auction price guide.

Large Holbein-Design Ushak Fragment

Large Holbein-Design Ushak Fragment 198 x 237 cm Turkey, 16th century. (Austria Auction Company 30 May 2020)

Holbein carpet fragment
“Large-Pattern” Holbein Carpet Fragment, Turkey, 16th century, 3 ft. 9 in. x 4 ft. 11 in.
(Skinner 28 April 2019)
16th century Holbein rug
16th century Holbein rug from Bergama. Found in the Seyh Baba Yusuf Mosque, Sivrihisar – Eskisehir. (Anatolian carpets in the Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum – Istanbul)
16-17th century Holbein rug
16-17th century Holbein rug. Found in Ulu Divrigi – the Great Mosque in Divrigi in the Sivas region. (Vakiflar Hali Museum, Istanbul)
Large medallion Holbein carpet
Large medallion Holbein carpet late 16th century (ICOC – Museum of Turkish and Islamic Art)
Holbein rug, first quarter 16th century named after the German painter Hans Holbein the Younger. (Ottoman Turkish Carpets – Exhibition in the Museum of Applied Arts)
Holbein rug, first quarter 16th century named after the German painter Hans Holbein the Younger. (Ottoman Turkish Carpets – Exhibition in the Museum of Applied Arts)
Holbein carpet, Ushak 16th century. Museum für Islamische Kunst, Berlin
Holbein carpet, Ushak 16th century. Museum für Islamische Kunst, Berlin