Holbein rugs and carpets

The name is applied to the geometric style of Turkish rugs and carpets woven from the fifteenth to the seventeenth century. The name was acquired from Hans Holbein the younger, who frequently depicted rugs and carpets in his paintings. It is believed these rugs and carpets were produced in the Bergama and Ushak areas of western Anatolia.
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