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Persian Miniature. Blue Horse.

Persian Miniature. Blue Horse.

Persian miniatures

Persian miniatures

Riza-i Abbasi Miniatures, Gouache and gold, 26x16.7 cm Origin: Iran, 1612, Safavid Dynasty This is one of the best works by the renowned artist Riza-i Abbasi. The miniature is the right part of a diptych  showing a noble youth feasting in the company of his suite.

Convivial Party - Riza-i Abbasi

Riza-i Abbasi Miniatures, Gouache and gold, 26x16.7 cm Origin: Iran, 1612, Safavid Dynasty This is one of the best works by the renowned artist Riza-i Abbasi. The miniature is the right part of a diptych showing a noble youth feasting in the company of his suite.

This painting shows courtiers of Shah 'Abbas I (r. 1588–1629), one of the great kings of the Persian Safavid dynasty (1501–1732). In 1598.

This painting shows courtiers of Shah 'Abbas I (r. 1588–1629), one of the great kings of the Persian Safavid dynasty (1501–1732). In 1598.

Object name Manuscript Of The Guy U Chawgan Or Halnama (book Of Ecstasy) Of 'Arifi Geography Iran Period Safavid, circa 1580 CE Dynasty Safavid Materials and technique Ink, opaque watercolour, and gold on paper Dimensions 21.3 x 13.1 cm

Object name Manuscript Of The Guy U Chawgan Or Halnama (book Of Ecstasy) Of 'Arifi Geography Iran Period Safavid, circa 1580 CE Dynasty Safavid Materials and technique Ink, opaque watercolour, and gold on paper Dimensions 21.3 x 13.1 cm

Zand-majles - Painting is more than 200 years old. It is by "Agha Bagher", the celebrated pupil of Ali Ashraf. The Drawing appears in a manuscript of Divan of Hafez dated 1790.

Zand-majles - Painting is more than 200 years old. It is by "Agha Bagher", the celebrated pupil of Ali Ashraf. The Drawing appears in a manuscript of Divan of Hafez dated 1790.

Miniature from the manuscript of The Treatise on Calligraphers and Artists by Quazi Ahmad ibn Mir-Munshi al-Husayni

Miniature from the manuscript of The Treatise on Calligraphers and Artists by Quazi Ahmad ibn Mir-Munshi al-Husayni

1501: Muhammad Shaybani defeats Babur at Samarkand. Painting by Kamaledin Behzad

1501: Muhammad Shaybani defeats Babur at Samarkand. Painting by Kamaledin Behzad

مرقع سوخت اثر میرزا آقا امامی

مرقع سوخت اثر میرزا آقا امامی

Anthology of Persian Poetry - 15th century-  Iran, Shiraz

Anthology of Persian Poetry - 15th century- Iran, Shiraz

Giovinezza e vecchiaia - Tabriz - 1530 ca. Miniatura iraniana

Giovinezza e vecchiaia - Tabriz - 1530 ca. Miniatura iraniana

“Seated Princess,” attributed to Muhammad Sharif Musawwir (all photos courtesy Freer and Sackler Galleries, Smithsonian)

Freer and Sackler Galleries Release Their Entire Collections Online

“Seated Princess,” attributed to Muhammad Sharif Musawwir (all photos courtesy Freer and Sackler Galleries, Smithsonian)

habib al siyar vol 3 1579 qazvin

habib al siyar vol 3 1579 qazvin

Illustrated Manuscript  Object Name:Illustrated manuscript Date:dated A.H. 815/ A.D. 1412 Geography:Attributed to Iran, Shiraz Medium:Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper; leather binding Dimensions:6 5/16 x 4 1/2in.

Illustrated Manuscript Object Name:Illustrated manuscript Date:dated A.H. 815/ A.D. 1412 Geography:Attributed to Iran, Shiraz Medium:Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper; leather binding Dimensions:6 5/16 x 4 1/2in.

This deluxe manuscript was first copied in Shiraz in 1411 during the governorship of Iskandar Sultan, grandson of Timur and a great patron of the arts, particularly the arts of the book. Spaces for miniatures elsewhere in the volume were left blank and subsequently filled in by Turkman Aq Quyunlu and Ottoman painters, providing a chronicle for the manuscript's travels

This deluxe manuscript was first copied in Shiraz in 1411 during the governorship of Iskandar Sultan, grandson of Timur and a great patron of the arts, particularly the arts of the book. Spaces for miniatures elsewhere in the volume were left blank and subsequently filled in by Turkman Aq Quyunlu and Ottoman painters, providing a chronicle for the manuscript's travels

Manuscript of Halnameh (Book of Ecstasy) of ’Arifi, Iran 21.3 x 13.1 cm 1560–1580 This mystical poem by 'Arifi (d. circa 1449 CE) uses the concept of the polo ball and mallet as a metaphor for yearning for and being spurned by the beloved.

Manuscript of Halnameh (Book of Ecstasy) of ’Arifi, Iran 21.3 x 13.1 cm 1560–1580 This mystical poem by 'Arifi (d. circa 1449 CE) uses the concept of the polo ball and mallet as a metaphor for yearning for and being spurned by the beloved.