Turkish Miniature, Noah's Ark.  A fanciful gold leaf ark with private port holes for the animals is portrayed in this mid-20th century Turkish miniature painted on a page from a 19th century Islamic manuscript. http://www.silkroad1.com/items/391331/item391331store.html

A fanciful gold leaf ark with private port holes for the animals is portrayed in this century Turkish miniature painted on a page from a century Islamic manuscript.

ca. 1730. Mughal miniature from Nizami’s famous romance about Khusraw and Shirin written in Iran in the 12th C. Painted in Hyderabad, a state that was created in the Deccan india when the Mughal Empire had begun to disintegrate. The man is in persian garb while the woman wears Indian attire.

“Khusraw Beholding Shirin Bathing” India, Deccan, Hyderabad (c. via The David Collection

Simurgh. "Si-", the first element in the name, has been connected in folk etymology to Modern Persian si "thirty". Although this prefix is not historically related to the origin of the name simurgh, "thirty" has nonetheless been the basis for legends incorporating that number, for instance, that the simurgh was as large as thirty birds or had thirty colours.

Reza Badrossama نقاشی رضا بدرالسما سیمرغ ققنوس phoenix foenix آبرنگ و گواش Water Color& Gouach

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Floral Artwork, Turkish Art, Gourd Art, Islamic Art, Ottoman, Art Nouveau, Arabesque, Acrylic Paintings, Calligraphy

Persian miniature paintings, artists, and the history of the Persian miniature

Persian Miniature Paintings, History of Persian Miniature art, Iranian Miniature Artists

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Turkish Art, Islamic Art, Islamic Calligraphy, Sufi, Manish, Istanbul, Illustration Art, Art Ideas, Bellisima

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Parrot Album of Polovtsov Gouache. 14.2x10.5 cm Iran. 18th century Source of Entry: Museum of the Stieglitz School (formerly in the collection of A.A. Polovtsov). 1924 Leningrad

Parrot Album of Polovtsov Gouache. century Source of Entry: Museum of the Stieglitz School (formerly in the collection of A.

The Tale of the Firebird, 2002 (Gennady Spirin,1948; Russian, now living in US).  [text taken from website link]: In this wonderful retelling of the Tale of the Firebird, Spirin combines aspects of classic Russian folktales such as “Ivan-Tsarevitch and Gray Wolf,” “Baba Yaga,” and “Koshchei the Immortal.” As always, his illustrations are amazing - filled with wolves and beautiful images of the firebird, along with gorgeous detailing of brocades & ornate architecture of Russian palaces...=5…

The Tale of the Firebird – Gennady Spirin translated by Tatiana Popova Art Passions, the website, focuses primarily on late century and Golden Age illustrators.

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