L'astronome turc a découvert la planète du petit prince, mais les gens ont vu son appearance, pas ses idées.

Emily would love this piece because it is the study of the moon and stars with Ottoman people miniature picture from century. This a type of Istanbul portrait.

Persian miniature art

A Hunter Stroking his Falcon (gouache on paper), Persian School, century) / Louvre, Paris, France / Giraudon / The Bridgeman Art Library

An Aristocratic Smithy | Leaf from the Read Persian, after Ḥabīb-Allāh al-Mashhadī | Afghanistan, Herat | ca. 1600 | The Morgan Library & Museum

An Aristocratic Smithy

1600 CE Islamic Safavid Miniature Painting, Herat, Afghanistan, Persia) -Ḥabīb-Allāh al-Mashhadī (Painter (?)) (The Morgan Library & Museum)

این نخستين تصوير شاهنامه شاه طهماسبي است. فردوسي در گوشه چپ پائين ايستاده به بزم سه شاعر بزرگ غزنوي مي‌نگرد. مجلس مذاكره شاعران. عنصري با يكي از شاعران ديگر «فرخي يا عسجدي» مباحثه مي‌كند و فردوسي در گوشه عكس ايستاده است، Folio From The Shahnama Of Shah Tahmasp: Firdawsi And The Three Court Poets Of Ghazna Geography Iran Period Safavid, circa 1532 CE Dynasty Safavid Materials and technique Watercolour, gold and ink on paper. Dimensions Page 47 x 31.8 cm

Folio From The Shahnama Of Shah Tahmasp: Firdawsi And The Three Court Poets Of Ghazna Iran, Safavid, circa 1532 CE Materials and technique Watercolour, gold and ink on paper. Dimensions Page 47 x cm Accession number The Aga Khan Museum

A Youth Standing ca. 1630-1640  Opaque watercolor and gold on paper mounted on an album page H: 29.6 W: 19.3 cm Isfahan, Iran

A Youth Standing ca. Opaque watercolor and gold on paper mounted on an album page H: W: cm Isfahan, Iran Purchase--Smithsonian Unrestricted Trust Funds, Smithsonian Collections Acquisition Program, and Dr. Arthur M.

Bangla Ragini Ragmala. in the style of Malwa, India.

Bangala Ragini "With a view to enthrall her husband, a great and noble lord, the woman repeats the Sama mantra, wearing the aspect of a sage" Malwa.

Die große Tulpe Nicht nur in der Gartenkultur, auch in der Bildenden Kunst der Osmanen ist die Tulpe omnipräsent. Ihrer Bedeutung bewusst, präsentiert hier die Gärtner- und Blumenzüchterzunft eine überdimensionierte Tulpe bei einer Parade.

Die große Tulpe Nicht nur in der Gartenkultur, auch in der Bildenden Kunst der Osmanen ist die Tulpe omnipräsent. Ihrer Bedeutung bewusst, präsentiert hier die Gärtner- und Blumenzüchterzunft eine überdimensionierte Tulpe bei einer Parade.

eclecticacollecta:  Persian Miniature with beautiful detail. (via Pinterest)

Persian Painting - Flower and Bird , Mohammad Yusof Indian Moraqqa’ , First half of century , Golestan Palace , Tehran.

برگی از فالنامه امام جعفر صادق(ع)،دیر مینا، احتمالاً تحت نظارت آقامیرک و عبد العزیز،1550 میلادی، قزوین Miniature from a copy of Jafar al-Sadiq’s Fal-nama. “Idolaters Before an Idol” Iran, Qasvin; c. 1550 Miniature: 57.7 × 43.8 cm

برگی از فالنامه امام جعفر صادق(ع)،دیر مینا، احتمالاً تحت نظارت آقامیرک و عبد میلادی، قزوین Miniature from a copy of Jafar al-Sadiq’s Fal-nama. “Idolaters Before an Idol” Iran, Qasvin;

30 Kuşun Kaf Dağında Simurg'a Ulaşması

Sandpipers on their nest while the simurgh leads an army of birds to their rescue. From Anvar-I Suhayli, a version of Kalila va Dimna fable, India, -- From Celia Fisher's book "The Magic of Birds",

Lovers Observed by a Youth Leaf from the Read Persian Album. Persia, ca.. 1630, by Muḥammad Yūsuf al-Ḥusainī. 378 x 241 mm ; MS M.386.15.

Lovers Observed by a Youth

عاشقان و ناظر شگفت زده محمد یوسف حسینی 1630 میلادی هرات 378 x 241 mm Lovers Observed by a Youth Leaf from the Read Persian Album. Persia, ca. by Muḥammad Yūsuf Ḥusainī. 378 x 241 mm

The Sufi mystic Shah Daula. Mughal, late 17th C. Brush drawing with washes and opaque pigments. Detail.

The Sufi mystic Shah Daula. Mughal, late C. Brush drawing with washes and opaque pigments.

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

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