The bird she bade fly high and swiftly, and the kitten she placed on her lap - Ottoman Wonder Tales by Lucy M.J. Garnell, 1915
Circa 1720, woman in ferace (feh-rah-jeh), "overcoat", for going out of the house, by Levni (d. 1732)
Minyatür-miniature. Persian youth. Levni, 18th century.
Abdulcelil Levni (died 1732) was an Ottoman court painter and miniaturist. He was born in Edirne in the late 17th century. He became the most prominent painter in the Ottoman Empire. He composed masterpieces: the Surname-i Sultan Ahmed Han and the Surname-i Vehbi ("Book of Festival").He loved painting single-leaved miniatures depicting individuals: beautiful girls, languidly reclining ladies, and charming young men.~ we love Levni! we love history! www.armadaistanbul.com
Painting. Portrait. A bashful, pensive youth. Mashq-i Muʿín Musavvir. On an Indian mount. Painted in gouache and gilded on paper. Producer nameMade by: Mu'in Musavvir biography School/styleIsfahan School Culture/periodSafavid dynasty term details Date1676 (AH 1087)
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Dervish wearing tippet and cap in summer landscape and warming hand and foot at a fire.