Kedleston Hall was the country estate of the Curzon family, where several of its members held the title of Viceroy of India. One part of the family collection that is on display at Kedleston Hall is in what is called the Eastern Museum where the collection of around 1300 objects includes approximately 400 objects that are of Islamic and Indo-Islamic origin.
A Fleas Liver by Qaisra Khan The films were commissioned by the SSN for Islamic Art and Material Culture as part of their ACE funded activities that aim to support regional museums and their collections. The art of Islamic Calligraphy can be said to be one of the most important historical developments in the Islamic world. […]