Krishna and Radha representing the union of the divine (Krishna) with the adoring human soul (Radha) India Rajasthan Kishangarh 1750 CE Opaque watercolor and gold on cotton, via Flickr.

Krishna and Radha representing the union of the Divine (Krishna) with the adoring human soul (Radha), Rajasthan - Kishangarh, India; 1750 CE Opaque watercolor and gold on cotton Photographed at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Suleyman hunting with hawks, 16th century miniature from ms H.1524 p 248A, Book of Accomplishments, Topkapi Palace Museum, Istanbul, Turkey

Suleyman hunting with hawks, century miniature from ms p Book of Accomplishments, Topkapi Palace Museum, Istanbul, Turkey

The Aged Mullah, Farrukh Beg, c.1615. Opaque watercolour and gold on paper (India, Jahangir Period).

An aged Mullah. Opaque watercolour and gold on paper India or Pakistan; 1615 Artist: Farrukh Beg, born ca. 1545 - died active cm x cm (page), cm x cm (picture only) Museum Number: . Victoria and Albert Museum, London, Great Britain

Mohammed Splits the Moon. Illustration taken from a "Falnameh," a sixteenth century Persian book of prophesies. Artist unknown; watercolor p...

Muhammad (veiled figure on right) Points Out the Splitting Moon. Falnama, Persian Book of Prophecy.

An Ottoman Drawing of a Peri, attributable to Veli Can, Turkey, 16th century

iehudit: Judy Shreve An Ottoman Drawing of a Peri, attributable to Veli Can, Turkey, century PINNED By My Art y Lezama

Shah Abbas I and his Page (AD1627) Islamic Art | Louvre Museum | Paris

Shah Abbas of Persia and Wine Boy by Muhammad Qasim Musavvir Subject of the painting echoed through a Persian couplet: "May life bring you all you desire of three lips: the lip of your lover, the lip of the stream, and the lip of the cup.

Persian painting

Portrait of young man. Shaykh Muhammad signed and dated Shawwal 978 AH / 1571 AD Iran, Qazvin, sixteenth century.

Court Dance In The Ottoman Empire: Dancing Girl, miniature by Abdulcelil Levni ca.1710-20, Topkapi Palace Museum.

Court Dance In The Ottoman Empire: Dancing Girl, miniature by Abdulcelil Levni Topkapi Palace Museum.

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