Acem Çengisi Maverdi Kolbaşı, minyatür Persian Dancing Woman, miniature, Levni, 18th century

Persian dancing woman at the Ottoman court. Ottoman miniature by Levni;

Mistress Hauviette in late period Ottoman costume. (Used with permission).

Mistress Hauviette in late period Ottoman costume. (Used with permission).Look out outer sleeves! and a nice shot of a gomlek.

Minyatür-miniature. Lady from the Palace. Levni, 18th century.

'A Lady from the Palace (in outdoors costume)'. Ottoman miniature by Levni, early century. Abdulcelil Levni (died was an Ottoman court painter and miniaturist.

Abdulcelil Levni (died 1732) was an Ottoman court painter and miniaturist. He was born in Edirne in the late 17th century. He became the most prominent painter in the Ottoman Empire. He composed masterpieces: the Surname-i Sultan Ahmed Han and the Surname-i Vehbi ("Book of Festival").He loved painting single-leaved miniatures depicting individuals: beautiful girls, languidly reclining ladies, and charming young men.~ we love Levni! we love history! www.armadaistanbul.com

Abdulcelil Levni (died was an Ottoman court painter and miniaturist. He was born in Edirne in the late century. He became the most prominent painter in the Ottoman Empire.

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Çerkez Library This also looks like Claes Rålambs costumebook Perhaps this Miniatures were sold back then and Claes Rålamb bought as many as he could find?

Levnî’nin minyatüründe saz topluluğu: Mıskal, kemançe, tanbur, ney ve def. Levnî’nin bu kitaptaki minyatürlerinde nakkarenin, raksa eşlik eden zurnalı topluluklarda yer aldığı dikkat çekiyor. Surname-i Vehbî, TSM A3593, y. 58a’dan ayrıntı.

Levnî’nin minyatüründe saz topluluğu: Mıskal, kemançe, tanbur, ney ve def…

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Women playing instruments, Ottoman miniature painting from the Surname-i Vehbi by Abdulcelil Levni, 1720

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The centyry miniaturist Levni almost always depicted women holding flowers and with flower motifs in their appared. His paintings are noted for their colour palette of secondary shades and gentle expressions on the faces of his figures.

A LADY HOLDING A CARAFE | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

A Lady Holding a Carafe, signed by Mohammad Yusuf, Persia, Isfahan, dated 1052 AD. Drawing: 21 by

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