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'Isa (Jesus) and The Dead Dog - Illustration to Nizami Ganjavi's 'Khamsa' made in Shiraz (year 868 of the Iranian calendar)

'Isa (Jesus) and The Dead Dog - Illustration to Nizami Ganjavi's 'Khamsa' made in Shiraz (year 868 of the Iranian calendar)

بارگاه سلیمان، منسوب به میرزا علی، قرن 16 میلادی، قزوین، دوره صفویه، موزه هنر هاروارد Circle of Mirza ‘Ali Persian (active 16th century) Solomon and his Court, folio from a manuscript, c. 1560 Manuscript Folio Persian, 16th century Safavid period Creation Place: Qazvin, Iran Opaque watercolor and gold on paper folio: 32.3 x 20.2 cm (12 11/16 x 7 15/16 in.) image: 20 x 12.5 cm (7 7/8 x 4 15/16 in.) Harvard Art Museums

Circle of Mirza ‘Ali Persian (active century) Solomon and his Court, folio from a manuscript, c. 1560 Manuscript Folio Persian, century Safavid period Creation Place: Qazvin, Iran Opaque watercolor and gold on paper folio:

The dying Esfandiyar watched by Rostam and Zal Ferdowsi, Shahnameh Safavid: Qazvin, c.1585  Opaque watercolour, ink and gold on paper  Windsor, The Royal Collection, MS A/5. RCIN 1005013, fol. 194v  Lent by Her Majesty The Queen

The dying Esfandiyar watched by Rostam and Zal Ferdowsi, Shahnameh Safavid: Qazvin, Opaque watercolour, ink and gold on paper

Preparations for the Wedding of Farangis and Siyavush (painting, recto; text, verso), folio from a manuscript of the Shahnama by Firdawsi Classification Manuscripts Work Type manuscript folio Date 1562 Places Creation Place: Middle East, Iran, Shiraz Period Safavid period Culture Persian

1562 Preparations For The Wedding Of Farangis And Siyavush (Painting, Recto; Text, Verso), Folio From A Manuscript Of The Shahnama By Firdawsi

La princesa china Humayun recibe al príncipe persa Humay en su jardín.

Humay declares his love to Humayun in a dream. Page from a poetic anthology. Herat, Afghanistan, c.

The poetic text of 'Attar’s Mantiq al‑Tair comprises a series of parables narrated by the hoopoe, who leads a gathering of birds on a difficult journey to find the mythic Simurgh. Perhaps the best‑known image from the manuscript, this folio illustrates the small, crested hoopoe bird addressing his companions before their departure

Mantıku’t-Tayr “Kuşların Diliyle” ressam Habib Allah. "The Concourse of the Birds", Folio from a Mantiq al-tair (Language of the Birds) Habiballah of Sava (active ca. Poet: Farid al-Din `Attar (ca.

Matrakçı Nasuh - Mercidâbık-Karye-i Çil Hâlit ve Fırat-Beyan-i Menazil-i Sefer-i Irakeyn-i Sultan Suleyman, written circa 1537. (Istanbul University Library)

Matrakçı Nasuh - Mercidâbık-Karye-i Çil Hâlit ve Fırat-Beyan-i Menazil-i Sefer-i Irakeyn-i Sultan Suleyman, written circa 1537. (Istanbul University Library)

Exit from Noah's Ark; detail of a miniature from BL Add MS 18850, f. 16v (the "Bedford Hours"). Held and digitised by the British Library.

Exit from Noah's Ark; detail of a miniature from BL Add MS f. (the "Bedford Hours"). Held and digitised by the British Library. between circa 1410 and circa 1430

Livre d'art Le Cantique des oiseaux d'Attar illustré par la peinture en Islam d'orient - Éditions Diane de Selliers

Livre d'art Le Cantique des oiseaux d'Attar illustré par la peinture en Islam d'orient - Éditions Diane de Selliers

Matrakçı Nasuh-Beyan-i Menazil-i Sefer-i Irakeyn-i Sultan Suleyman-Bitlis, written circa 1537. (Istanbul University Library)

Matrakçı Nasuh-Beyan-i Menazil-i Sefer-i Irakeyn-i Sultan Suleyman-Bitlis, written circa (Istanbul University Library)

"The Bird Simurgh Takes the White-Haired Zal to Her Nest in the Mountains", by Navrang

The Bird Simurgh Takes the White-Haired Zal to Her Nest in the Mountains (From the Shahnama), Persian Watercolor on PaperArtist: Navrang

le cantique des oiseaux, simorgh

kafkasapartment: “King Solomon Enthroned in the Company of Demons, Angels, Birds, and Animals AH/AD 1602 (Mughal). Ink and pigments on biscuit-colored laid paper ”

eastiseverywhere:  Shaykh ‘Abbāsī (?)Woman in a European hat holding a flowerIran (late 1600s)[Source]The Walters Art Museum says:This portrait depicts a woman in Safavid dress wearing a European hat, holding a flower. It is in the style of the Safavid painter Shaykh ‘Abbāsī, whose dated works range between 1060 AH / 1650 CE to 1095 AH / 1683-4 CE. Shaykh ‘Abbāsī often signed his name in a rectangular panel, as seen in the lower left corner here. Curiously, the signature was erased at some…

Album of Persian and Indian calligraphy and paintings, Woman in a European hat holding a flower, Walters Manuscript

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