It is difficult to trace the origins of the art of Persian miniature, as it reached its peak mainly during the Mongol and Timurid periods (13th - 16th Century). Mongolian rulers of Iran instilled the cult of Chinese painting and brought with them a great number of Chinese artisans. Paper itself, reached Persia from China in 753 AD. Hence, the Chinese influence is very strong.

The art of the Persian miniature reached its peak mainly during the Mongol and Timurid periods - Century). Mongolian rulers brought a great number of Chinese artisans. Paper itself, reached Persia from China in 753 AD. and a strong Chinese influence.

Iran (Persia) | Young girl in urban dress, featuring hat with crown ornament | ca. Late 19th to early 20th century | Qajar Dynasty

Young Girl in Urban Dress, featuring Hat with Crown Ornament, One of 274 Vintage Photographs Medium: Albumen silver photograph Dates: late century Dynasty: Qajar

Woman dancer Persian Painting Musee du Louvre. Manuscript. Inv. 7131 Later Safavid painting of Isfahan Iran -- Isfahan Safavids - Iran -- 17th century Women dancers c. 1630 Current Exhibition Site Musee du Louvre

Title Woman dancer Category Persian Painting, not turkish, but is a dancer

Sam Returns with His Son Zal (Abu'l Qasim Firdausi (935–1020 CE Persian): Shahnama (Book of Kings) (ca. 1520 CE Safavid Miniature Painting))

Sam Returns with His Son Zal (Abu'l Qasim Firdausi CE Persian): Shahnama (Book of Kings) (ca.

a shop 1587 golden chain by jami

Miniatures, Gouache, cm Origin: Iran, 1587 Album: Manuscript 'Silsilat Al-Dhahhab' by Jami Source of entry: 1945 School: Qazvin-Mashkhad Theme: Literature

Portrait of the infant Rostam shown to Sam Ferdowsi, Shahnameh Timurid: Herat, c.1444 Patron: Mohammad Juki b. Shah Rokh Opaque watercolour, ink and gold on paper London, Royal Asiatic Society, Persian MS 239, fol. 30v

Asia Society Museum presents an exquisite fifteenth-century manuscript commissioned by the Timurid prince Muhammad Juki This rarely exhibited volume,

استاد و شاگرد، قرن 19 میلادی رنگ و روغن روی بوم 160.6 X 83.8cm A SAGE AND HIS PUPIL IRAN, 19TH CENTURY Oil on arched canvas, a young prince sits with an elderly sage on a carpeted terrace, an open book between them and more piled up before them, a small pearl-studded box in the foreground, beyond them a window through which a figure looks on from a grassy hilly landscape. 160.6 x 83.8cm

A SAGE AND HIS PUPIL IRAN, CENTURY Oil on arched canvas, a young prince sits with an elderly sage on a carpeted terrace, an open book between them and more piled up before them, a small pearl-studded box.

Sultan Muhammad c.1475- c.1550 Turkish- WikiPaintings.org

unknown title - Sultan Muhammad - Turkish - Safavid Period (before miniature

Firdausi, Shahnama http://www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/gallery/cockerell/directorcollector/manuscripts.html

The miniature shows the Iranian Prince Siyavush, who had fled from his father, being welcomed at the rival Turanian court of king Afrasiyab.

File:Naser al-Din Shah by Abul Hasan Ghaffari 1854.jpg

Abu’l-Hasan Ghaffari (Sani’ al-Molk) 1854 "Portrait of Nassereddin Shah Qajar"

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