Detail خسرو و شیرین چو دوری چند رفت از عیش سازی پدید آمد نشان بوس و بازی خسرو و شیرین نظامی گنجوی، رقم میرزا آقا امامی، گواش، آبرنگ و طلا بر روی کاغذ وچرم، مورخ ۱۳۰۸هجری شمسی، نقاشی ۱۴۹ × ۹۸ سانتی متر؛ اندازه قاب ۱۸۴ × ۱۳۱ سانتی متر، مجموعه خصوصی سوئیس. Haj Mirza Aqa Imami (1880-1955) Shirin in a landscape holding a wine bottle and porcelain cup, Iran, circa 1930 gouache and gold on leather, elaborate cut-work borders in leather, gilded and painted in poly...

Detail خسرو و شیرین چو دوری چند رفت از عیش سازی پدید آمد نشان بوس و بازی خسرو و شیرین نظامی گنجوی، رقم میرزا آقا امامی، گواش، آبرنگ و طلا بر روی کاغذ وچرم، مورخ ۱۳۰۸هجری شمسی، نقاشی ۱۴۹ × ۹۸ سانتی متر؛ اندازه قاب ۱۸۴ × ۱۳۱ سانتی متر، مجموعه خصوصی سوئیس. Haj Mirza Aqa Imami (1880-1955) Shirin in a landscape holding a wine bottle and porcelain cup, Iran, circa 1930 gouache and gold on leather, elaborate cut-work borders in leather, gilded and painted in poly...

Detail خسرو و شیرین چو دوری چند رفت از عیش سازی پدید آمد نشان بوس و بازی خسرو و شیرین نظامی گنجوی، رقم میرزا آقا امامی، گواش، آبرنگ و طلا بر روی کاغذ وچرم، مورخ ۱۳۰۸هجری شمسی، نقاشی ۱۴۹ × ۹۸ سانتی متر؛ اندازه قاب ۱۸۴ × ۱۳۱ سانتی متر، مجموعه خصوصی سوئیس. Haj Mirza Aqa Imami (1880-1955) Shirin in a landscape holding a wine bottle and porcelain cup, Iran, circa 1930 gouache and gold on leather, elaborate cut-work borders in leather, gilded and painted in poly...

Detail خسرو و شیرین چو دوری چند رفت از عیش سازی پدید آمد نشان بوس و بازی خسرو و شیرین نظامی گنجوی، رقم میرزا آقا امامی، گواش، آبرنگ و طلا بر روی کاغذ وچرم، مورخ ۱۳۰۸هجری شمسی، نقاشی ۱۴۹ × ۹۸ سانتی متر؛ اندازه قاب ۱۸۴ × ۱۳۱ سانتی متر، مجموعه خصوصی سوئیس. Haj Mirza Aqa Imami (1880-1955) Shirin in a landscape holding a wine bottle and porcelain cup, Iran, circa 1930 gouache and gold on leather, elaborate cut-work borders in leather, gilded and painted in poly...

This is one of the 12 miniatures illustrating the poem Khusraw and Shirin in the Hermitage's famous Persian manuscript of the Khamsa, an anthology of five poems by the 12th-century poet Nizami, who lived on the territory of present-day Azerbaijan. In 1431 this manuscript of the Khamsa was copied out in Herat by the calligrapher Mahmud for Sultan Shahrukh , son of the legendary Tamerlaine . Khusraw and Shirin is the first poem in the literature of the Near and Middle East in which man'...

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This is one of the 12 miniatures illustrating the poem Khusraw and Shirin in the Hermitage's famous Persian manuscript of the Khamsa, an anthology of five poems by the 12th-century poet Nizami, who lived on the territory of present-day Azerbaijan. In 1431 this manuscript of the Khamsa was copied out in Herat by the calligrapher Mahmud for Sultan Shahrukh , son of the legendary Tamerlaine . Khusraw and Shirin is the first poem in the literature of the Near and Middle East in which man'...

Khamsa (Quintet) by Nizami (d.1209) circa 1560 Safavid period  Opaque watercolor, ink, and gold on paper H: 32.7 W: 20.0 cm  Shiraz, Iran  Purchase--Smithsonian Unrestricted Trust Funds, Smithsonian Collections Acquisition Program, and Dr. Arthur M. Sackler S1986.50

Khamsa (Quintet) by Nizami (d.1209) circa 1560 Safavid period Opaque watercolor, ink, and gold on paper H: 32.7 W: 20.0 cm Shiraz, Iran Purchase--Smithsonian Unrestricted Trust Funds, Smithsonian Collections Acquisition Program, and Dr. Arthur M. Sackler S1986.50

Iskandar visits the wise man in the cave ascribed to Bihzad.

Iskandar visits the wise man in the cave ascribed to Bihzad.

This luxurious work depicting a king and his courtiers picnicking in a mountain glade is a classic example of late sixteenth century Persian miniature painting. The exquisite, marginal drawing of animals stalking in the midst of lush gold foliage, the finely detailed and lyrically dynamic composition, and the decorative use of color perfectly define Safavid court taste. The scene is drawn from the Khamsa, or Five Poems, by Nizami (1141-1202).

This luxurious work depicting a king and his courtiers picnicking in a mountain glade is a classic example of late sixteenth century Persian miniature painting. The exquisite, marginal drawing of animals stalking in the midst of lush gold foliage, the finely detailed and lyrically dynamic composition, and the decorative use of color perfectly define Safavid court taste. The scene is drawn from the Khamsa, or Five Poems, by Nizami (1141-1202).

Copie de Makhzan al-Asrâ de Nezâmi, le premier livre de son Khamseh, copié par Mir 'Ali ibn Al-Yâssi Tabrizi al-Bavargui, ouest de l'Iran

Copie de Makhzan al-Asrâ de Nezâmi, le premier livre de son Khamseh, copié par Mir 'Ali ibn Al-Yâssi Tabrizi al-Bavargui, ouest de l'Iran

AN ILLUSTRATED AND ILLUMINATED LEAF FROM A MANUSCRIPT OF AMIR KHOSROW'S KHAMSA-I DIHLAVI: KHOSROW AND SHIRIN MEET IN A HUNTING PAVILION, PERSIA, SAFAVID, HERAT, CIRCA 1610

AN ILLUSTRATED AND ILLUMINATED LEAF FROM A MANUSCRIPT OF AMIR KHOSROW'S KHAMSA-I DIHLAVI: KHOSROW AND SHIRIN MEET IN A HUNTING PAVILION, PERSIA, SAFAVID, HERAT, CIRCA 1610

"Mahan in the Wilderness of Ghouls. He rides a winged seven-headed dragon, and is surrounded by demons carrying fire in their hands. Another demon on the horizon grasps him by the shoulder. A miniature painting from a sixteenth century manuscript of the Khamsa ('Five Poems') of Nizami." - Iran 1505

"Mahan in the Wilderness of Ghouls. He rides a winged seven-headed dragon, and is surrounded by demons carrying fire in their hands. Another demon on the horizon grasps him by the shoulder. A miniature painting from a sixteenth century manuscript of the Khamsa ('Five Poems') of Nizami." - Iran 1505

Khamsa (Quintet) by Nizami (d.1209) 1433-1434 Ink, opaque watercolor and gold on paper H: 13.5 W: 10.5 cm Shiraz, Probably Iran Purchase--Smithsonian Unrestricted Trust Funds, Smithsonian Collections Acquisition Program, and Dr. Arthur M. Sackler S1986.33 Freer-Sackler | The Smithsonian’s Museums of Asian Art

Khamsa (Quintet) by Nizami (d.1209) 1433-1434 Ink, opaque watercolor and gold on paper H: 13.5 W: 10.5 cm Shiraz, Probably Iran Purchase--Smithsonian Unrestricted Trust Funds, Smithsonian Collections Acquisition Program, and Dr. Arthur M. Sackler S1986.33 Freer-Sackler | The Smithsonian’s Museums of Asian Art

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