Echannon in a landscape, Iran, style qajar Painted leather panel, mounted in an album page with brown margins. A young cupbearer wearing a turban with an egret rests on two tall jars, a cup of wine in his hand. He stands in a landscape with gilded trees several cups at his feet. 34.2 × 22.8 cm
Tiger Ibn Bakhtīshū˓ (d. Manāfi˓-i ḥayavān (The Benefits of Animals), in Persian. Persia, Maragha, between 1297 and for Shams al-Dīn Ibn Ẓiyā˒ al-Dīn al-Zūshkī. 140 x 200 mm. Purchased by Pierpont Morgan, MS fol. The Morgan Library & Museum
Riza-i Abbasi Miniatures, Gouache and gold, cm Origin: Iran, Safavid Dynasty This is one of the best works by the renowned artist Riza-i Abbasi. The miniature is the right part of a diptych showing a noble youth feasting in the company of his suite.