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charming,by Mahmoud Farshchian

Recently over the summer I started looking into Persian art and discovered one of the well known Artist, Mahmoud Farshchian.

Miniatures, 18th Century, Turkish Art, Traditional Paintings, Illuminated Manuscript, Islamic Art, Persian, Art History, Youth, Night, Persian People, Miniature, Persian Cats, Young Man, Minis, Young Adults, Teenagers

The Conference of the Birds: Page from a manuscript of the Mantiq al-Tayr (The Language of the Birds) of Farid al-Din Attar [Iran (Isfahan)]

Mantıku’t-Tayr “Kuşların Diliyle” ressam Habib Allah. "The Concourse of the Birds", Folio from a Mantiq al-tair (Language of the Birds) Habiballah of Sava (active ca. Poet: Farid al-Din `Attar (ca.

The Drowning Man: Page from a manuscript of the Mantiq al-Tayr (The Language of the Birds) of Farid al-Din cAttar, ca. 1487; Timurid  Iran (Herat)

The Drowning Man (Mantiq al-Tayr (The Language of the Birds) CE Timurid Miniature Painting, Herat) -Farid ad-Diin Attar)

The Beggar and the King: Page from a manuscript of the Mantiq al-Tayr (The Language of the Birds) of Farid al-Din cAttar, ca. 1487; Timurid Iran (Herat)

The Beggar Who Professed His Love for a Prince: Folio from the Mantiq al-tair (Language of the Birds) of Farid al-Din 'Attar, Timurid period dated A. 892 / A. 1487 Present-day Afghanistan, Herat

Nizami (Ilyas Abu Muhammad Nizam al-Din of Ganja) (probably 1141–1217)."Laila and Majnun in School", Folio from a Khamsa (Quintet) of Nizami, A.H. 931/A.D. 1524–25. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Alexander Smith Cochran, 1913 (13.228.7.7) | One of the best-known stories of Nizami’s Khamsa is that of Laila and Majnun, a tale akin to that of the star-crossed lovers Romeo and Juliet. This folio illustrates their meeting at the  school where they fall in love at first sight.

One of the best-known stories of Nizami’s Khamsa (Quintet) is that of Laila and Majnun, a tale akin to that of the star-crossed lovers Romeo and Juliet. This folio illustrates their meeting at the madrasa (school) where they fall in love at first sight