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Ladies First. Dance Dance Dance. Angel Face. Bye Bye Superman. For Your Smile. Sunrise In Your Eyes. Strupid Boys. Run The Show. Billy's Barbeque. The Hero Of My Life. I Stand By You. The Doctor Likes Music. The Rebels Of The Bounty. Take Me, Don't Break Me. Rainy Love Affair. Prision Of Love. Don't Wait For A Sailor. A second group, far smaller than the first, comprises modern ornaments: moresques, interlaced bands, strapwork, and elements such as cartouches The moresque or arabesque style was especially popular and long-lived in the Western arts of the book: bookbindings decorated in gold tooling, borders for illustrations, and printer's ornaments for decorating empty spaces on the page.
In this field the technique of gold tooling had also arrived in the 15th century from the Islamic world, and indeed much of the leather itself was imported from there. According to Harold Osborne, in France, the "characteristic development of the French arabesque combined bandwork deriving from the moresque with decorative acanthus foliage radiating from C-scrolls connected by short bars".
The use of "arabesque" as an English noun first appears, in relation to painting, in William Beckford 's novel Vathek in The Grove Dictionary of Art will have none of this confusion, and says flatly: "Over the centuries the word has been applied to a wide variety of winding and twining vegetal decoration in art and meandering themes in music, but it properly applies only to Islamic art",  so contradicting the definition of still found in the Oxford English Dictionary : "A species of mural or surface decoration in colour or low relief, composed in flowing lines of branches, leaves, and scroll-work fancifully intertwined.
Also fig[uratively]. A major use of the arabesque style has been artistic printing, for example of book covers and page decoration.
Repeating geometric patterns worked well with traditional printing, since they could be printed from metal type like letters if the type was placed together; as the designs have no specific connection to the meaning of a text, the type can be reused in many different editions of different works. Robert Granjon , a French printer of the sixteenth century, has been credited with the first truly interlocking arabesque printing, but other printers had used many other kinds of ornaments in the past.
Design for a Cup for Jane Seymour, Hans Holbein the Younger and Workshop, , with zones in both Islamic-derived arabesque or moresque style and classically derived acanthus volutes. French arabesque garden planting at Vaux-le-Vicomte , in low box hedges on pink gravel.
Arabesque plasterwork in Ebersmunster Alsace , s. French 18th century Neoclassical grotesque decor at Chateau de Fontainebleau ; this would probably have been described as arabesque by its makers.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Arabesque disambiguation. Detail of 16th century Persian carpet from the Louvre. Dictionary of the Decorative Arts. Cambridge University Press. Pattern in Islamic Art. Retrieved 19 December Salon du Tapis d'Orient. Retrieved 25 August The future of art in a digital age: from Hellenistic to Hebraic consciousness.
Intellect Ltd. Islamic and Geometric Art. Lexico Dictionaries English. Retrieved For other Renaissance ornament from Henry's court, see also no 13 on page , and pp. New York: Dover Publications. Retrieved 17 August Duration varies from one day to two years. No personal data is stored. Careers Careers at Arabesque Arabesque is a firm where outstanding and pioneering individuals from diverse backgrounds and cultures can challenge themselves and develop.
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