Detail of Bahrain Qur Pins the Coupling Onagers from Shah Tahmasp's Shah-nama (Book of kings),   fol. 568r, by Mir Sayyid Ali, ca. 1533-35.   Tabriz, Persia. Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper.   The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Detail of Bahrain Qur Pins the Coupling Onagers from Shah Tahmasp's Shah-nama (Book of kings), fol. by Mir Sayyid Ali, ca.

Woman Seated in a Tree 1616. Riza Abbasi, the most renowned Persian court artist of the Isfahan School, Safavid period.

Woman Seated in a Tree, by Riza-yi ­Abbasi, the most renowned Persian court artist of the Isfahan School, Safavid period. Opaque water­colors on paper, 10 x 20 cm.

Antique Persian Qajar Tile  http://www.textileasart.com/inventory/a2051.jpg

Antique Islamic Qajar Persian Tile, A Kashan Blue Tile With Safavi Design Shah Abbas with Indian King Circa 1850

Tile from Louvre collection from Iran circa 1590-1630

Tile from Louvre collection from Iran circa

Einzug ins Moldaugebiet/Topkapı Sarayı Müzesi, Istanbul

Sultan Suleiman I taking control of Moldova. Ottoman miniature painting from the Hünername, kept at the Topkapı Sarayı Müzesi, Istanbul (Inv. Date 1584

Tile [hunt scene], IRAN Qajar period 1794-1925  Tile [hunt scene]  19th century, Iran  earthenware, underglaze decoration

Tile [hunt scene], IRAN Qajar period 1794-1925 Tile [hunt scene] 19th century, Iran earthenware, underglaze decoration

Battle of Nicopolis, clear victory for Ottoman Empire against the Crusaders, 1396

Bayezid I, "The Thunderbolt," Routs the Crusaders at the Battle of Nicopolis, of 1588 by Lokman- Ottoman Galleon Türk El Sanatları Minyatür El Sanatı

The beauty of assymetry. 15th C. Persian Miniature from Khamseh of Nizami.  Herat via the Met.

The Metropolitan Museum Mobile - Art Object: "Bahram Gur's Skill with the Bow", Folio from a Haft Paikar (Seven Portraits) of the Khamsa (Quintet) of Nizami Nizami (Ilyas Abu Muhammad Nizam al-Din of Ganja) (probably

An Illustrated and Illuminated manuscript of Nizami's Haft Paykar ('Seven Princesses') and Layla wa Majnun, Persia, Safavid, probably Shiraz, circa 1590

An Illustrated and Illuminated manuscript of Nizami's Haft Paykar ('Seven Princesses') and Layla wa Majnun, Persia, Safavid, probably Shiraz, circa 1590

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