Gallery 460 - Ottoman Art
Part of Islamic Art
View a Collection on the Map
View a Special Exhibition on the Map
View Facilities on the Map
The Koç Family Galleries (459 and 460)—Carpets, Textiles and the Greater Ottoman World and Arts of the Ottoman Court (14th–20th centuries)—present the art of the Ottoman world in a series of grand spaces, showing the rich diversity of courtly, provincial, and village art. The galleries provide a comprehensive overview of the multilayered nature of Ottoman patronage. Among the strengths of the collection are works from the imperial workshops of Istanbul under the reign of Sultan Süleyman, and the Museum's unparalleled collection of Ottoman carpets, textiles, and arms and armor.