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Study of the moon and stars.  Ottoman miniature from 17th century.   Istanbul.

Study of the moon and stars. Ottoman miniature from 17th century. Istanbul.

Syrian aba via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Syrian aba via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ottoman Kaftan

Ottoman Kaftan

Ottoman, caftan from 16th century

Ottoman, caftan from 16th century

sultan selim II 1570

sultan selim II 1570

Bedouin Chief of Palmyra, Holy Land i.e., Tadmur, Syria

Bedouin Chief of Palmyra, Holy Land i.e., Tadmur, Syria

Ottoman Empire Costumes (are those pockets or slits?)

Ottoman Empire Costumes (are those pockets or slits?)

[Recueil de costumes turcs et de fleurs] Sujet : Turquie. Costumes Type : image fixe Format : 2 Vol. Format : image/jpeg Droits : domaine public Identifiant : ark:/12148/btv1b69358193

[Recueil de costumes turcs et de fleurs] Sujet : Turquie. Costumes Type : image fixe Format : 2 Vol. Format : image/jpeg Droits : domaine public Identifiant : ark:/12148/btv1b69358193

Bride wearing Homsieh Lancé hand woven brocade from Aleppo. "Newlyweds.  Bedouin Christians".  Dated 1923, Beyrouth (Beirut) || Vintage postcard; publisher J. Deychamps.  No 61.

Bride wearing Homsieh Lancé hand woven brocade from Aleppo. "Newlyweds. Bedouin Christians". Dated 1923, Beyrouth (Beirut) || Vintage postcard; publisher J. Deychamps. No 61.

This deluxe manuscript was first copied in Shiraz in 1411 during the governorship of Iskandar Sultan, grandson of Timur and a great patron of the arts, particularly the arts of the book. Spaces for miniatures elsewhere in the volume were left blank and subsequently filled in by Turkman Aq Quyunlu and Ottoman painters, providing a chronicle for the manuscript's travels.

This deluxe manuscript was first copied in Shiraz in 1411 during the governorship of Iskandar Sultan, grandson of Timur and a great patron of the arts, particularly the arts of the book. Spaces for miniatures elsewhere in the volume were left blank and subsequently filled in by Turkman Aq Quyunlu and Ottoman painters, providing a chronicle for the manuscript's travels.

Persian Embroidery - A Study in Miniatures - Sayyida Dinah bint Ismai'l

Persian Embroidery - A Study in Miniatures - Sayyida Dinah bint Ismai'l

Ikat Coat  Bukhara, Uzbekistan  The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Ikat Coat Bukhara, Uzbekistan The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston


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