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artdetails: Aqa Mirak, Iskandar réconfortant Dârâ pendant que ses deux…

Mughal miniature, Akbar period, 1600-1605. Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Indian miniature, Akbar period, Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Beautiful example of art from the period of Ottoman rule.

I love Persian miniatures

Illuminated Manuscript -- "Squirrels, A Peacock Peahen, Demoiselle Cranes Fishes" -- -- Source: Painting from the 'Babur Nama,' the memoirs of Zāhir ud-Dīn Mohammad Bābur the founder of the Mughal Empire -- Belonging to The National Museum, New Delhi

Persian Miniature Painting

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

Youth Pulling on a Falconer's Glove Leaf from the Read Persian Album. Herat (Afghanistan), ca. 1600

Youth Pulling on a Falconer's Glove Leaf from the Read Persian Album. Herat (Afghanistan), ca.

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A Hunter Stroking his Falcon (gouache on paper), Persian School, century) / Louvre, Paris, France / Giraudon / The Bridgeman Art Library

Persian Miniature with beautiful detail.

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Persian Painting - Flower and Bird , Mohammad Yusof Indian Moraqqa’ , First half of century , Golestan Palace , Tehran.

Ottoman Miniature or Turkish miniature was an art form in the Ottoman Empire, which can be linked to the Persian miniature tradition, as well as strong Chinese artistic influences. It was a part of the Ottoman Book Arts together with illumination (tezhip), calligraphy (hat), marbling paper (ebru) and bookbinding (cilt). The words taswir or nakish were used to define this art in Ottoman language. The studios the artists worked in were called Nakkashane. The miniatures were not signed.

Ottoman Miniature or Turkish miniature was an art form in the Ottoman Empire…

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I can never come up with what to say so here are some words that I love from Leonard Cohen:ring the bells that still can ringforget your perfect offering- there is a crack in everything that's how the light gets in ~leonard.

Persian miniature

Islamic Persia: Two Lovers, Safavid Period, Isfahan, Iran Date: 1630 AD Artist: Riza Abbasi (ca. Materials and Techniques: Tempera and gilt paint on paper. For more Arab erotica check my board Islamic Erotic Art.

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