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PERSIAN MINIATURE

yama-bato: Arthur Upham Pope and the New Survey of Persian Art at the Art Institute of Chicago (un-published) C.

Persian Qajar Tile 19th Century | From a unique collection of antique and modern ceramics at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/asian-art-furniture/ceramics/

Persian Qajar Tile 19th Century | From a unique collection of antique and modern ceramics at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/asian-art-furniture/ceramics/

Persian Tile with Horseman Feeding Simurgh (c. 1860) - Molded and glazed fritware  - Harvard Art Museums

Persian Tile with Horseman Feeding Simurgh (c. - Molded and glazed fritware - Harvard Art Museums

Ancient Persian Tiles Mesopotamian tiles persian

Originating in the Middle East, the earliest evidence of ceramic tile art decorations dates back to Ancient Egypt to around BCE

Qajar Dynasty, Iranian Art, Glass Paint, Fine Art, Traditional Paintings, Persian, Islamic Art, Craft Art, Impressionist

Wall tile of glazed earthenware with polychrome bas-relief design of a huntsman with attendant and buildings in the background, with raised border at top: Persia, 19th century Wall tile

Wall tile of glazed earthenware with polychrome bas-relief design of a huntsman with attendant and buildings in the background, with raised border at top: Persia, century Wall tile

Tile with an Image of a Prince on Horseback Object Name: Tile from a frieze Date: second half 19th century Geography: Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; molded, polychrome painted under transparent glaze Dimensions: H. 13 1/2 in. (34.3 cm) W. 10 3/4 in. (27.3 cm) Classification: Ceramics-Tiles

Tile with an Image of a Prince on Horseback Object Name: Tile from a frieze Date: second half century Geography: Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; molded, polychrome painted under transparent glaze

Persian miniature paintings  http://www.pinterest.com/istanbulblue/persian-miniatures/

Exhibition of Persian miniature paintings organized in 2005 by the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art