Folio from a <i>Khamsa</i> (Quintet) by Nizami (d.1209); recto: Layla and Majnun at school

Folio from a Khamsa (Quintet) by Nizami recto: Layla and Majnun at school; verso: text circa Safavid period Ink, opaque watercolor and gold on paper

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

Would love to find an affordable English translation of Haft Paykar. An Illustrated and Illuminated manuscript of Nizami's Haft Paykar ('Seven Princesses') and Layla wa Majnun, Persia, Safavid, probably Shiraz, circa 1590

Majnun Dies on Layla's Grave “Two lovers lie awaiting in this Tomb Their resurrection from the grave’s dark womb. Faithful in separation, True in Love One tent will hold them in the world above.”

Majnun Dies on Layla's Grave -

Majnun-Dies-on-Layla-s-Grave.jpg Miniatures, Gouache, cm Origin: Iran, Timurid Dynasty Album: The Khamsa by Nizami Personage: Majnun Source of entry: First Branch of the State Hermitage Museum, 1924 School: Herat Theme: Literature

An Image of Majnun with Verses from the Poem Layla va Majnun, Persian, 19th century Painting With Calligraphy

An Image of Majnun with Verses from the Poem Layla va Majnun, Persian, century Painting With Calligraphy

Majnun in the Desert

Majnun in the Desert -

Majnun-in-the-Desert.jpg Miniatures, Gouache, cm Origin: Iran, Timurid Dynasty Album: The Khamsa by Nizami Source of entry: First Branch of the State Hermitage Museum, 1924 School: Herat Theme: Literature

Majnun and his father in the desert | 1639 | Safavid period | Ink on paper | Probably Isfahan, Iran | Purchase | Freer Gallery of Art | F1953.33

Majnun and his father in the desert 1639 Safavid period Ink on paper H: W: cm Probably Isfahan, Iran Purchase Freer-Sackler

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

Lailā Summons Majnūn to Her Camp | The Morgan Library & Museum

Lailā Summons Majnūn

Laila Summons Majnun to Her Camp, Nizami Ganjavi (ca.

Layla Standing in the Palm Grove, Page from a Manuscript of the Khamsa (Quintet) of Nizami ("Layla and Majnun") Iran, Shiraz, 1575-1585 Ink, opaque watercolors and gold on paper 8 x 5 13/16 in. (20.32 x 14.61 cm) LACMA Collections

Layla Standing in the Palm Grove, Page from a Manuscript of the Khamsa (Quintet) of Nizami ("Layla and Majnun") Iran, Shiraz, Ink, opaque watercolors and gold on paper 8 x 5 in. x cm) LACMA Collections

مجنون و رفتن او سوی اتراقگاه کاروان لیلی Attributable to Shaikh Muhammad Wildly in love with Layla, the daughter of his Family's traditional enemies, Majnun could only see his beloved surreptitiously. In this dazzling melee of horses, camels, tents, awnings, and some of the oldest human beings in Iranian art, Majnun can be Found reclining at the upper right, slyly peering at Layla who stands at the entrance to her tent

Camp scene from late in the classic period, with no frame. Majnun (at top wearing orange) spies on his beloved Layla (standing in tent doorway)

Lailā and Qais in School | The Morgan Library & Museum

Lailā and Qais in School

Majnūn Surrounded by Pairs of Animals | The Morgan Library & Museum

Majnūn Surrounded by Pairs of Animals

The Morgan Library & Museum Online Exhibitions - Treasures of Islamic Manuscript Painting from the Morgan - Majnun Surrounded by Pairs of Animals in the Wilderness

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