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Antique Persian miniature painting

Antique Persian miniature painting

The Simorgh heals Rakhsh Ferdowsi, Shahnameh Safavid: Shiraz, c.1590–1595 Opaque watercolour, ink and gold on paper London, British Library, MS Add. 27257, fol. 306v

The Simorgh heals Rakhsh Ferdowsi, Shahnameh Safavid: Shiraz, c.1590–1595 Opaque watercolour, ink and gold on paper London, British Library, MS Add. 27257, fol. 306v

1685 12 musicians playing 'sarangi, kupuz, kamancha,' drums, panpipes, flute, 'vina' and tambourine. Deccani Saqinama by Nur al-Din Muhammad Tahir Zuhuri BL Or. 338 f.54v

1685 12 musicians playing 'sarangi, kupuz, kamancha,' drums, panpipes, flute, 'vina' and tambourine. Deccani Saqinama by Nur al-Din Muhammad Tahir Zuhuri BL Or. 338 f.54v

Yusuf Sold as a Slave, Probably from a Manuscript of the Kulliyat (Collected Works) of Sa'di | LACMA Collections

Yusuf Sold as a Slave, Probably from a Manuscript of the Kulliyat (Collected Works) of Sa'di | LACMA Collections

Der große Poet Baki im Dichterkreis Einer der wichtigsten osmanischen Poeten höfischer Lyrik im 16. Jh. war Baki (1526-1600). Er zeichnete sich durch einen kunstvollen Schreibstil aus und wurde zu Lebzeiten “König der Dichter“ genannt.

Der große Poet Baki im Dichterkreis Einer der wichtigsten osmanischen Poeten höfischer Lyrik im 16. Jh. war Baki (1526-1600). Er zeichnete sich durch einen kunstvollen Schreibstil aus und wurde zu Lebzeiten “König der Dichter“ genannt.

Majnun Brought to Layla's Tent by the Old Woman. Origin: Iran, 1431-1431, Timurid Dynasty Album: The Khamsa by Nizami. Personage: Majnun.   First Branch of the State Hermitage Museum, 1924. School: Herat

Majnun Brought to Layla's Tent by the Old Woman -

Majnun Brought to Layla's Tent by the Old Woman. Origin: Iran, 1431-1431, Timurid Dynasty Album: The Khamsa by Nizami. Personage: Majnun. First Branch of the State Hermitage Museum, 1924. School: Herat

This painting comes from the Khamsa of Nizami, a book of masterpiece illustrations produced in mid-16th-century Tabriz. It depicts an episode in the 12th-century Persian epic tale of Majnun—shown here in chains—and Layla, who awaits his arrival at her tent. In the background, at upper right, artist Mir Sayyid Ali included four cooks: One holds meat over a fire tend- ed by another; one brings a bowl, and one woman uses both hands to roll what is likely reshteh, a Persian word for pasta.

This painting comes from the Khamsa of Nizami, a book of masterpiece illustrations produced in mid-16th-century Tabriz. It depicts an episode in the 12th-century Persian epic tale of Majnun—shown here in chains—and Layla, who awaits his arrival at her tent. In the background, at upper right, artist Mir Sayyid Ali included four cooks: One holds meat over a fire tend- ed by another; one brings a bowl, and one woman uses both hands to roll what is likely reshteh, a Persian word for pasta.

Majnun in the Desert

Majnun in the Desert -

Majnun in the Desert

La Fille d'Haftvad entouré de ses amis, 'Suvvarahu Dust Muhammad', miniature, vers 1540. Collection du prince Sadruddin Aga Khan, Genève.

La Fille d'Haftvad entouré de ses amis, 'Suvvarahu Dust Muhammad', miniature, vers 1540. Collection du prince Sadruddin Aga Khan, Genève.

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