Layla and Majnun at School, Persian Painting, 15th Century http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-oYhc_3wxGSU/U8216Qkm9dI/AAAAAAAAAbg/nXUmauwPIvk/s1600/MajnunLayla.jpg

Layla and Majnun at School, Persian Painting, Century, Courtesy of the British Museum Elif Shafak is a captivating nove.

majnun in the desert 1538

Majnuun in the Desert H Miniature Painting; Mulk-i Vasii`' al-Fadhaa-yi Iiraan, Faaris;

Layla and Majnun embracing; single-page painting mounted in an album. Layla and Majnun seated beneath a tree, with a camel at left. Sky, carriage, reigns on camel and Layla's robes and hat gilded in gold. Surrounded by dark blue border with gold foliate design. Inscribed. From a Khamseh of Nizami. Ink, opaque watercolour and gold on paper. School/style Mughal Style. Culture/period Mughal dynasty. Date 18thC(late)

From Lailá u Majnún in the Khamsa of Ni? On paper. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Layla and Majnun meet for the last time before their deaths. Both have fainted and Majnun's elderly messenger attempts to revive Layla while wild animals protect the pair from unwelcome intruders. Late 16th-century illustration.

A miniature of Nizami’s work. Layla and Majnun meet for the last time before their deaths. Both have fainted and Majnun’s elderly messenger attempts to revive Layla while wild animals protect the pair from unwelcome intruders.

An illustration from Nizami's Layla and Majnun: Majnun's father goes to ask for Layla's hand in marriage to Majnun, Persia, Safavid, possibly Qazwin, 17th century | lot | Sotheby's

An illustration from Nizami's Layla and Majnun: Majnun's father goes to ask for Layla's hand in marriage to Majnun, Persia, Safavid, possibly Qazwin, century

Antique Tabriz pictorial rug, "Leyli and Majnun", early 19th century, Azerbaijan, State Museum of Azerbaijan Carpet and Applied Art

Antique Tabriz pictorial rug, "Leyli and Majnun", early century, Azerbaijan, State Museum of Azerbaijan Carpet and Applied Art

Layla and Majnun in the Wilderness with the Animals: An Illustration to the Khamsa of Amir Khusrau Dihlavi, 1590s.  attributed to Sanwalah (Indian)

Attributed to Sanwalah (Indian, active c. Layla and Majnun in the wilderness with animals, from a Khamsa (Quintet) of Amir Khusrau Dihlavi. Opaque watercolor, ink and and gold on paper, ca.

Layli visiting Majnun in the desert. Painting mounted on an album folio (B or verso side). Ink, opaque watercolour and gold on paper. School/style      Mughal Style.  Culture/period      Mughal dynasty.  Date      1650-1750 (circa)

Layli visiting Majnun in the desert. Painting mounted on an album folio (B or verso side). Ink, opaque watercolour and gold on paper.

Layla Visiting Majnun in the Desert, 16th century Gouache on paper The Art Institute of Chicago

Layla Visiting Majnun in the Desert, century Gouache on paper The Art Institute of Chicago

Maynun in the desert, from the Muraqqa-e Golshan.

Majnun in desert. A masterpiece of Persian miniatures - Moraqqaʿ-e Golšan شاهکار مینیاتور فارسی - کتاب کوچک مرقع گلشن - 1605 ، 1628

Salim tells Majnun of his mother's death, 1595. The ematiated Majnun,wearing a loincloth, is surrounded by the beasts of the forest. From the story Layla and Majnun by the poet Nizami. ID: Or 12208, fol. 153 verso.  The British Library, London, Great Britain

Salim tells Majnun of his mother's death, 1595. The ematiated Majnun,wearing a loincloth, is surrounded by the beasts of the forest. From the story Layla and Majnun by the poet Nizami. ID: Or 12208, fol. 153 verso. The British Library, London, Great Britain

Le roman des amours de Leïla et de Meǧnoun , récit en vers mesnevis, par Mohammed ibn Soleïman, surnommé Fouzouli Baghdadi (m. 963 de l'hégire = 1555), à l'imitation de celui que Nizami a composé sous ce même titre  Auteur : Mohammed ibn Soleïman el-Baghdadi. Traducteur  Date d'édition : 1551-1600   http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b84272029/f1.highres

Le roman des amours de Leïla et de Meǧnoun , récit en vers mesnevis, par Mohammed ibn Soleïman, surnommé Fouzouli Baghdadi (m. 963 de l'hégire = 1555), à l'imitation de celui que Nizami a composé sous ce même titre Auteur : Mohammed ibn Soleïman el-Baghdadi. Traducteur Date d'édition : 1551-1600 http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b84272029/f1.highres

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