“An in-depth look at the difference between ‘Islamic art’ and ‘Arab art’ as well as the inherent similarities. . . . This book should help encourage further investigations of this new and interesting art. Recommended.”—Choice
“A work of great interest that raises the bar for future studies of modern art and of cultural history in the Arab world.”—Middle East Journal
“Nicely adorned visually with several score attractive and instructive illustrations, and deserves a place in library collections including global art holdings.”—Religion and the Arts
About the Author
Nada M. Shabout is associate professor of art education and art history at the University of North Texas and author of Arab Express—The Latest Art from the Arab World.