Persian talisman. According to The New Inquiry, “a brass amulet to render its bearer more attractive and help her capture and subdue a lover. The lover is symbolized here as a beast of burden.” Middle East Cuts

Ancient Persian talisman: a brass amulet to render its bearer more attractive and help her capture and subdue a lover. The lover is symbolized here as a beast of burden.

زن با روبند، منتسب به محمد، ایران، حدود ۱۸۴۵، رنگ و روغن روی بوم، ۸۱*۱۴۵

زن با روبند، منتسب به محمد، ایران، حدود ۱۸۴۵، رنگ و روغن روی بوم، ۸۱*۱۴۵

Fath Ali Shah Qajar (Kadjar) "Baba Khan" (b. 1185/1770-71--d. 1250/Oct. 1834) (r. 1797-1834)

The portrait of Fath' Ali Shah Qajar, Iran oil on canvas by Mirza Baba - The Qajar dynasty was an Iranian royal dynasty of Turkic origin, specifically from the Qajarlar tribe.

Hünername'den nakkaş Osman çizimi ile " Macarların Niğbolu kalesini muhasarası ve Yıldırım Bayezid'in gelişi. " minyatürü.

Hünername'den nakkaş Osman çizimi ile " Macarların Niğbolu kalesini muhasarası ve Yıldırım Bayezid'in gelişi. " minyatürü.

Khosrow et Shirin en compagnie du marchand de poissons, artiste anonyme, miniature, Meched, 1556-1565. Freer Art Gallery, Washington.

Double-folio from the Haftawrang(Seven Thrones) by Jami (d. Khusraw Parrizand Sirin deal with the fish monger (f. TYPEManuscript folioMAKER(S)Author: Jami (died

Persian Art

"A fine modern example of Persian Arts: Iranian Miniature evolved in digital age. A beautiful Woman is serving Wine and playing a musical Ins.

Good times in Persia :) (Qajar-era painting from a museum in Shiraz)

REORIENT is a magazine celebrating contemporary Middle Eastern arts and culture // edited by Joobin.

Amorous Couple Painting, Oil on canvas, Iran, Early 19th century, Qajar Dynasty

Amorous Couple Painting, Oil on canvas, Iran, Early century, Qajar Dynasty

Emperor Aurangzeb Receives Prince Mu'azzam, later Shah Alam Bahadur Shah

Emperor Awrangzib Receives Prince Mu'azzam, Shuja' al-Dawla Album, Attributed to Bhawani Das c.

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