Islamic art encompasses visual arts produced from the seventh century onwards by culturally Islamic populations.
Islamic architecture encompasses a wide range of styles, of which the principal example is the Mosque.
Glassmaking was the most important Islamic luxury arts of the early Middle Ages.
Calligraphic design was omnipresent in Islamic art in the Middle Ages, and is seen in all types of art including architecture and the decorative arts.
Manuscript painting in the late medieval Islamic world reached its height in Persia, Syria, Iraq, and the Ottoman Empire.
Islamic art has notable achievements in ceramics which reached heights unmatched by other cultures.