"Rosette Bearing the Names and Titles of Shah Jahan", Folio from the Shah Jahan Album  Object Name: Album leaf Reign: Shah Jahan (1628–58) Date: recto: ca. 1645; verso: ca. 1630–40 Geography: India Medium: Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper Dimensions: H: 15 3/16 in. (38.6 cm) W: 10 7/16 in. (26.5 cm)  @metmuseum

Rosette Bearing the Names and Titles of Shah Jahan”, Folio from the Shah Jahan Album. Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper

Folio from a Qur'an Manuscript Object Name: Folio from a non-illustrated manuscript Date: dated A.H. 531/ A.D. 1137 Geography: Iran or Iraq Culture: Islamic Medium: Ink, gold, and watercolor on paper

Folio from a Qur'an Manuscript Object Name: Folio from a non-illustrated manuscript Date: dated A. 1137 Geography: Iran or Iraq Culture: Islamic Medium: Ink, gold, and watercolor on paper

Wonders of creation, Incipit page, Walters Art Museum Ms. W.593, fol. 1b    A Persian version of the famous "Wonders of creation" (ʿAjā’ib al-makhlūqāt) by Zakariyāʾ al-Qazwīnī

Wonders of creation, Incipit page, Walters Art Museum Ms. A Persian version of the famous "Wonders of creation" (ʿAjā’ib al-makhlūqāt) by Zakariyāʾ al-Qazwīnī

This frontpiece is from an illuminated copy of the Qur’an (723 AH / 1323 CE - Walters Ms. W.559) by Mubārakshāh ibn Quṭb, honored with the epithet zarrīn qalam (golden pen). Mubārakshāh ibn Quṭb was one of the six pupils of the illustrious calligrapher Yāqūt al-Mustaʿṣimī (d. 698 AH / 1298 CE).

treasures-and-beauty: “ This frontpiece is from an illuminated copy of the Qur’an AH / 1323 CE - Walters Ms. by Mubārakshāh ibn Quṭb, honored with the epithet zarrīn qalam (golden pen). Mubārakshāh ibn Quṭb was one of the six pupils of.

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Islamic Patterns, Arabesque, Illuminati, Persian, Miniature, Persian Cats

Fig: 107 - Right-hand page from copy of the Qur'an/Koran Copied for the Sultan Uljaytu Hamadani Date: 1313 Location: Baghdad Materials: ink, colour and gold on paper Size: 56x41cm Significance: Ancient page from a giant manuscript made for public use. pg. 206

Fig: 107 - Right-hand page from copy of the Koran Copied for the Sultan Uljaytu Hamadani Date: 1313 Location: Baghdad Materials: ink, colour and gold on paper Size: Significance: Ancient page from a giant manuscript made for public use.

Illuminated Timurid copy of the Qur'an

Illuminated Timurid copy of the Qur'an « Islamic Arts and Architecture

Title page of the Acts of the Apostles, in Arabic, Damascus, 1342. . This Arabic translation of the New Testament was copied by a Christian scribe in Damascus for a Christian patron. It is written in beautiful Thuluth script, a large and elegant cursive popular during the Mamluk period (1250–1517).. a colophon which states that the manuscript was commissioned by the merchant Sir George Aumada and was copied by Thuma ibn al-Safi ibn Yuhanna in 1342…

Title page of the Acts of the Apostles, in Arabic, Damascus, “ Islamic decorative patterns were also used by Christians who lived under Muslim rule. This Arabic translation of the New Testament.

zencerek nasıl çizilir - Google'da Ara

zencerek nasıl çizilir - Google'da Ara

Türk ve Osmanlı dönemi hattatlarımız: Hattat Pir Ali el Cami

Türk ve Osmanlı dönemi hattatlarımız: Hattat Pir Ali el Cami

Qur'an Manuscript Folio (Verso); Right folio of Double-Page Illuminated Frontispiece, 1500s Iran, Herat, Safavid Period, 16th century ink, gold, and colors on paper, Sheet - h:28.00 w:17.40 cm (h:11 w:6 13/16 inches) Text area - h:8.40 w:6.40 cm (h:3 1/4 w:2 1/2 inches).  Cleveland Museum of Art

Qur'an Manuscript Folio (Verso); Right folio of Double-Page Illuminated Frontispiece, 1500s Iran, Herat, Safavid Period, 16th century ink, gold, and colors on paper, Sheet - h:28.00 w:17.40 cm (h:11 w:6 13/16 inches) Text area - h:8.40 w:6.40 cm (h:3 1/4 w:2 1/2 inches). Cleveland Museum of Art

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