Kurt Erdmann (9 September 1901, Hamburg - 30 September 1964, Berlin) was a German art historian who specialized in Sasanian and Islamic art. He is known for his work on the history of the Oriental rug. One of the former directors of the Pergamon museum, Berlin, he was part of the "Berlin school" of History of Islamic Art. Kurt Erdmann's work focused on the History of Islamic Art. One of his main interests, and subject of his best-known scientific publications, was the art history of Oriental rugs, which he established as a subspecialty within his scientific discipline.

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  • Kurt Erdmann (* 9. September 1901 in Hamburg; † 30. September 1964 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Wissenschaftler der sassanidischen und islamischen Kunst sowie der Kunstgeschichte des Orientteppichs, die er zu einem kunsthistorischen Spezialgebiet machte. (de)
  • Kurt Erdmann (Hamburgo, 9 de setembro de 1901 - Berlim, 30 de setembro de 1964) foi um historiador alemão especialista em arte islâmica e sassânida, especialmente tapetes e cerâmicas. Escreveu diversos livros sobre o tema dos tapetes orientais. Foi o diretor do Departamento Islâmico dos Museus Nacionais em Berlim Ocidental de 1958 até a sua morte. Ensinou também Arte Islâmica nas universidades de Berlim, Bonn, Cairo, e Hamburgo. De 1951 a 1958, foi professor de Arte islâmica na Universidade de Istambul. (pt)
  • Kurt Erdmann (9 September 1901, Hamburg - 30 September 1964, Berlin) was a German art historian who specialized in Sasanian and Islamic art. He is known for his work on the history of the Oriental rug. One of the former directors of the Pergamon museum, Berlin, he was part of the "Berlin school" of History of Islamic Art. Kurt Erdmann's work focused on the History of Islamic Art. One of his main interests, and subject of his best-known scientific publications, was the art history of Oriental rugs, which he established as a subspecialty within his scientific discipline. (en)
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  • Kurt Erdmann (* 9. September 1901 in Hamburg; † 30. September 1964 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Wissenschaftler der sassanidischen und islamischen Kunst sowie der Kunstgeschichte des Orientteppichs, die er zu einem kunsthistorischen Spezialgebiet machte. (de)
  • Kurt Erdmann (Hamburgo, 9 de setembro de 1901 - Berlim, 30 de setembro de 1964) foi um historiador alemão especialista em arte islâmica e sassânida, especialmente tapetes e cerâmicas. Escreveu diversos livros sobre o tema dos tapetes orientais. Foi o diretor do Departamento Islâmico dos Museus Nacionais em Berlim Ocidental de 1958 até a sua morte. Ensinou também Arte Islâmica nas universidades de Berlim, Bonn, Cairo, e Hamburgo. De 1951 a 1958, foi professor de Arte islâmica na Universidade de Istambul. (pt)
  • Kurt Erdmann (9 September 1901, Hamburg - 30 September 1964, Berlin) was a German art historian who specialized in Sasanian and Islamic art. He is known for his work on the history of the Oriental rug. One of the former directors of the Pergamon museum, Berlin, he was part of the "Berlin school" of History of Islamic Art. Kurt Erdmann's work focused on the History of Islamic Art. One of his main interests, and subject of his best-known scientific publications, was the art history of Oriental rugs, which he established as a subspecialty within his scientific discipline. (en)
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