An angel seated on a carpet Bukhara, Shaybanid dynasty about 1550 AD

'An angel seated on a carpet Bukhara, Shaybanid dynasty about 1550 AD' Angels cross cultural and religious boundaries across the world.

Futuh al-Haramayn (Description of the Holy Cities) Muhi al-Din Lari (Bukhara)

illustration from the Futuh al-Haramayn (Description of the Holy Cities) of Muhi al-Din Lari Bukhara, cen.

Sultan Muhammad Nur (ca. 1472–ca. 1536). "The Mi'raj or The Night Flight of Muhammad on his Steed Buraq", Folio from a Bustan of Sa`di, ca.1525-35. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Louis V. Bell Fund and The Vincent Astor Foundation Gift, 1974 (1974.294.2) #horses

"The Mi'raj or The Night Flight of Muhammad on his Steed Buraq", Folio from a Bustan of Sa`di, Sultan Muhammad Nur (ca. Ink, gold, and colors on paper

Makhan in an enchanted garden, embraced by an ifrit. Illustration from an illuminated manuscript of Nizami’s Khamsa. Central Asia, dated1648, by an anonymous artist from Bukhara, with possible influences from Mughal painting.

Makhan in an enchanted garden, embraced by an ifrit. Illustration from an illuminated manuscript of Nizami’s Khamsa. Central Asia, by an anonymous artist from Bukhara, with possible influences from Mughal painting.

Muhammad Charif Musavvir The reader C. 1600-1630 Bukhara, Gouache and gold on paper H. 19.2 cm; W. 11.4 cm Page: H. 37 cm; W. 24.4 cm

Seated princess ca. 1600 Painting attributed to Muhammad-Sharif Musawwir Opaque watercolor and gold on paper H: W: cm Possibly Bukhara, Uzbekistan

Horoscope of Prince Iskandar, grandson of Tamerlane, the Turkman Mongol conqueror, by Imad al-Din Mahmud al-Kashi, from The Book of the Birth of Iskandar (ca. 1384) – Source: Wellcome Library, London.

mediumaevum: “Horoscope of Prince Iskandar, grandson of Tamerlane, the Turkman Mongol conqueror, by Imad al-Din Mahmud al-Kashi, from The Book of the Birth of Iskandar (ca.

Abdullah Khan Uzbek II slicing melons Made in Bukhara, ca. 1590

timur-i-lang: “ Painting of ʿAbdullah Khan Uzbek II slicing melons while seated, cross-legged. Made in Bukhara, ca. 1590 “ “In real economic terms, neither Central Asia nor Russia could hope to offer anything remotely balancing the wealth of goods.

Gazan-Khan gives a feast for the notables in his tent in Urjann. Masud ibn Osman-i Kukhistani. History of Abul-Khair-Khan»1540 Samarkand.

Gazan-Khan gives a feast for the notables in his tent in Urjann. Masud ibn Osman-i Kukhistani. “History of Abul-Khair-Khan”. IOS AS Usbek SSR. The Samarkand

1555. A Peri seated on carpet. Islamic Angel. Bukhara School, Central Asia or India. Shaybanid Dynasty. British Museum.

Angel, Persian miniature Is it just me, or does it look like the angel has watermelon wings?

Bustan (Orchard) of Sa'di Mir 'Ali al-Husaini Author: Sa'di (1213/19–92) Object Name: Illustrated manuscript Date: dated A.H. 929/A.D. 1522–23 Geography: present-day Uzbekistan, Bukhara

Bustan (Orchard) of Sa'di, Mir 'Ali al-Husaini, Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper;

"Bahram Gur's Skill with the Bow", Folio 17v from a Haft Paikar (Seven Portraits) of the Khamsa (Quintet) of Nizami Author: Nizami (Ilyas Abu Muhammad Nizam al-Din of Ganja) (probably 1141–1217) Calligrapher: Maulana Azhar (d. 1475/76) Object Name: Folio from an illustrated manuscript Date: ca. 1430 Geography: present-day Afghanistan, Herat

Depicting the Persian hero Bahram Gur hunting with his harp‑playing companion Azada, this painting is one of five illustrations created for a fifteenth-century manuscript of Nizami’s Haft Paikar (Seven Portraits)

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