青い - 中村

青い - 中村

青い - 中村
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An assembly of animals and birds - Johnson Collection (c.1610)

An assembly of animals and birds, author unknown, Mughal, Courtesy of the British Library, Johnson Collection.

"Jonah and the Whale", Folio from a Jami al-Tavarikh (Compendium of Chronicles) Object Name: Painting Date: ca. 1400 Geography: Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Ink, opaque watercolor, gold, and silver on paper Dimensions: H. 13 1/4 in. (33.7 cm) W. 19 1/2 in. (49.5 cm) Classification: Codices Credit Line: Purchase, Joseph Pulitzer Bequest, 1933 Accession Number: 33.113

"Jonah and the Whale", Folio from a Jami al-Tavarikh (Compendium of Chronicles) Object Name: Painting Date: ca. 1400 Geography: Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Ink, opaque watercolor, gold, and silver on paper

Warrior and an Emaciated Horse

Warrior-and-an-Emaciated-Horse.jpg Author: Mu'in Musawvir Miniatures, Indian ink and watercolour, cm Origin: Iran, Second half of the century Album: Album of Polovtsov Source of entry: Museum of the Stieglitz School, 1924

A Young Man Offering a Cup of Wine to a Girl  • Persian, Safavid, 16th century  possibly Herat, Afghanistan or Iran  DIMENSIONS  Overall: 33.8 x 23.9 cm (13 5/16 x 9 7/16 in.) Image: 20.8 x 15.1 cm (8 3/16 x 5 15/16 in.)  MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE  Album leaf; painting and calligraphy on paper  CLASSIFICATION  Books and manuscripts  TYPE  Album page  ACCESSION NUMBER  14.595  NOT ON VIEW  A young man offering a cup of wine to a girl. Possibly by Muhammadi.

A Young Man Offering a Cup of Wine to a Girl Persian, Safavid, century possibly Herat, Afghanistan or Iran Dimensions Overall: x cm x 9 in.) Medium or Technique Album leaf; painting and calligraphy on paper

Ali slaying the 6 headed dragon. Miniature illustration in a manuscript of the Khavarnama poem.

سیمرغ 1390 محمود فرشچیان El Simurg 2011 Obras maestras de la miniatura persa Artista Profesor Mahmud Farshchian

سیمرغ 1390 محمود فرشچیان ♥♥The Simurg 2011 ♥♥Obras maestras de la miniatura persa Artista Profesor Mahmud Farshchian

The Simurgh is the magical mythical bird of ancient Persia, who saved the abandoned albino infant Zal and raised him as his own. He later joined his father as champion warriors of Iran. His son was the even more famous warrior Rustam.

The Simurgh is the magical mythical bird of ancient Persia, who saved the abandoned albino infant Zal and raised him as his own. He later joined his father as a champion warrior of Iran. His son became the even more famous warrior, Rustam.

The Hoopoe tells the birds about the Simurgh. From a manuscript of Attar (?), Mantiq al-Tayr (Conference of the birds), dated AH 898 (1493–94 AD). Bodleian Library, University of Oxford, MS Elliott 246, fol 25v.

The Hoopoe tells the birds about the Simurgh. From a manuscript of Attar (?), Mantiq al-Tayr (Conference of the birds), dated AH 898 AD). Bodleian Library, University of Oxford, MS Elliott fol

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, 1610-11. Illustration from Celia Fisher's The Magic of Birds bit.ly/1wNrOH6

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",