Unknown Artist Calligraphy attributed to Mir Ali al Husayni (flourished 1514-43) Written by Mahmud 'Arifi of Herat (died 1449) Ownership Notes and Stamps (recto), The Angels Who Pray for the King, Introduction (frontispiece painting, verso), folio 1 from an illustrated Manuscript of the Guy u Chawgan by `Arifi, 1523 Manuscript Folio Persian 16th century Safavid period, AH 907-1145 / AD 1501-1732 Creation Place: Herat

Mahmud 'Arifi of Herat (c.)): The Angels Who Pray for the King Century CE Islamic Safavid Miniatire Painting, Herat, Afghanistan, Khurasan (?), Persia) -Mir Ali al Husayni (c.

Matrakçı Nasuh-Diyarbakır-Beyan-i Menazil-i Sefer-i Irakeyn-i Sultan Suleyman, written circa 1537. (Istanbul University Library)

Tatvan-Matrakçı Nasuh-Diyarbakır-Beyan-i Menazil-i Sefer-i Irakeyn-i Sultan Suleyman, written circa (Istanbul University Library)

This watercolour, dating from the very end of the 16th century, shows a horse likely to belong to Shah Abbas as its blanket, feather ornament and brand all suggest it is from the royal stables.

In pictures: The British Museum's Shah Abbas exhibition

Shah Abbas Horse and groom: very late C., a horse likely to belong to Shah Abbas as its blanket, feather ornament and brand all suggest it is from the royal stables.

A TREATISE ON HORSEMANSHIP NORTH INDIA, LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY Persian manuscript on paper, 157ff., each with 11ll. of black nasta'liq script, phrases and important words picked out in red, text within blue, red and gold frame, catchwords, with original miniatures depicting horses, in red morocco binding Folio 22.8 x 15cm.

A treatise on horsemanship north india, late / early century. Persian manuscript on paper.

Persian Islamic art. Walters manuscript W.559 is an illuminated copy of the Qur'an and was made in Sha'ban in the year 1323 AD (723 AH - Islamic Calendar) by Mubarakshah ibn Qutb, aka "The Golden Pen" (zarrin qalam). Persian/Iranian.

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.

Drawing pasted on an album leaf with calligraphy, "Two Wild Boars" Iran, 2nd half of 15thc, the David Collection

Drawing pasted on an album leaf with calligraphy. “Two Wild Boars” Iran, Herat or Tabriz; half of century Drawing: × cm The David Collection - Copenhagen

Obras Maestras de la Miniatura Persa- tomado del libro “Bustan” del poeta “Sa'di” - hecho en 970 hL. (1562 dC.)

Persian Miniature -taken from the works of the Great Poet “Saadi” book of “Bustan” - 1562 از کتاب بوستان

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