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Layla et Majnun  (C) RMN-Grand Palais (musée Guimet, Paris) / Thierry Ollivier  époque moghole (17e siècle)  peinture sur papier  Dekkan, Inde

Layla et Majnun (C) RMN-Grand Palais (musée Guimet, Paris) / Thierry Ollivier époque moghole (17e siècle) peinture sur papier Dekkan, Inde

shirin presents a jugs of milk to farhad 1500

shirin presents a jugs of milk to farhad 1500

An episode from the story of Layla u-Majnun 16th century Color and gold on paper H: 14.9 W: 11.0 cm  Iran  Purchase F1923.6  Freer-Sackler | The Smithsonian’s Museums of Asian Art

An episode from the story of Layla u-Majnun 16th century Color and gold on paper H: 14.9 W: 11.0 cm Iran Purchase F1923.6 Freer-Sackler | The Smithsonian’s Museums of Asian Art

Arts of the Islamic World | An episode from the story of Layla u-Majnun | F1923.6

Arts of the Islamic World | An episode from the story of Layla u-Majnun | F1923.6

Lailā Summons Majnūn to Her Camp | Lailā Summons Majnūn | The Morgan Library & Museum

Lailā Summons Majnūn to Her Camp | Lailā Summons Majnūn | The Morgan Library & Museum

Lailā Visits Majnūn in the Wilderness | Lailā Visits Majnūn | The Morgan Library & Museum

Lailā Visits Majnūn in the Wilderness | Lailā Visits Majnūn | The Morgan Library & Museum

Majnūn Mourns at Lailā's Tomb | Majnūn Mourns at Lailā's Tomb | The Morgan Library & Museum

Majnūn Mourns at Lailā's Tomb | Majnūn Mourns at Lailā's Tomb | The Morgan Library & Museum

Majnūn Grasps the Door Knocker of the Kaaba | Majnūn Grasps the Door Knocker | The Morgan Library & Museum

Majnūn Grasps the Door Knocker of the Kaaba | Majnūn Grasps the Door Knocker | The Morgan Library & Museum

Majnūn Surrounded by Pairs of Animals in the Wilderness | Majnūn Surrounded by Pairs of Animals | The Morgan Library & Museum

Majnūn Surrounded by Pairs of Animals in the Wilderness | Majnūn Surrounded by Pairs of Animals | The Morgan Library & Museum

Majnūn Visits Lailā's Camp for the Last Time | Majnūn Visits Lailā's | The Morgan Library & Museum

Majnūn Visits Lailā's Camp for the Last Time | Majnūn Visits Lailā's | The Morgan Library & Museum


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لیلی و مجنون خمسه نظامی گنجوی  قزوین، 1549-1551 ، کارگاه سیاوش گرجیان، 20x30 سانتیمترAlso featured are illustrations from each of the five poems of the Khamsa (Quintet), by Niẓāmī (ca. 1141–1209), especially Lailā and Majnūn (The Persian Romeo and Juliet) and Bahrām Gūr's Seven Princesses

لیلی و مجنون خمسه نظامی گنجوی قزوین، 1549-1551 ، کارگاه سیاوش گرجیان، 20x30 سانتیمترAlso featured are illustrations from each of the five poems of the Khamsa (Quintet), by Niẓāmī (ca. 1141–1209), especially Lailā and Majnūn (The Persian Romeo and Juliet) and Bahrām Gūr's Seven Princesses

Manizha Entertains Bizhan- Book of Kings

Manizha Entertains Bizhan- Book of Kings

Khosro being cared for by Shirin - Safavid miniature painting, 17th c    Gouache on paper heightened with gilt, depicting Khosro being cared for by Shirin in a rocky landscape with wild animals at his side, an encampment behind and mounted figures in the mountains, with floral gilt margins.

Khosro being cared for by Shirin - Safavid miniature painting, 17th c Gouache on paper heightened with gilt, depicting Khosro being cared for by Shirin in a rocky landscape with wild animals at his side, an encampment behind and mounted figures in the mountains, with floral gilt margins.

'Leyli and Mejnun at school' painting, 1480. Quays' unrequited loved for Leyli causes people to call him 'Mejnun', meaning 'madman'

'Leyli and Mejnun at school' painting, 1480. Quays' unrequited loved for Leyli causes people to call him 'Mejnun', meaning 'madman'

Khiżr żand Ilyās at the Fountain of Life Niẓāmī Ganjavī (ca. 1141–1209), Khamsa (Quintet), in Persian. Persia, Qazvin, written 1549–51, illustrated ca. 1579 by Siyāvush the Georgian and his workshop for ˓Alī Khān. 180 x 186 mm Iskandar (Alexander the Great) and Khiżr, his vizier, set out to reach the end of the world in order to find the Water of Life. They took different paths, however, and only Khiżr found it, achieving immortality.

Khiżr żand Ilyās at the Fountain of Life Niẓāmī Ganjavī (ca. 1141–1209), Khamsa (Quintet), in Persian. Persia, Qazvin, written 1549–51, illustrated ca. 1579 by Siyāvush the Georgian and his workshop for ˓Alī Khān. 180 x 186 mm Iskandar (Alexander the Great) and Khiżr, his vizier, set out to reach the end of the world in order to find the Water of Life. They took different paths, however, and only Khiżr found it, achieving immortality.

The Sculptor Farhad Brought before the Princess Shirin, from a manuscript of Khusraw and Shirin by Nizami (d. 1209) early 15th century - Timurid period:: Ink, opaque watercolor and gold on paper H: 27.3 W: 16.5 cm, Tabriz, Iran

The Sculptor Farhad Brought before the Princess Shirin, from a manuscript of Khusraw and Shirin by Nizami (d. 1209) early 15th century - Timurid period:: Ink, opaque watercolor and gold on paper H: 27.3 W: 16.5 cm, Tabriz, Iran

"Zulaykha Bidding for Yusuf in the Slave Market in Egypt", Folio from Yusuf and Zulaykha Date: second half 16th century Geography: Iran, Shiraz

"Zulaykha Bidding for Yusuf in the Slave Market in Egypt", Folio from Yusuf and Zulaykha Date: second half 16th century Geography: Iran, Shiraz

Majnun and the deer

Majnun and the deer

34095 1.009×1.800 piksel

34095 1.009×1.800 piksel

Majnun Watching thr Battle of the Tribes

Majnun Watching thr Battle of the Tribes -

Majnun Watching thr Battle of the Tribes

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