Mughal minature, Google Image Result for http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/a6/PeafowlBaburnama.jpg

Illuminated Manuscript -- "Squirrels, A Peacock Peahen, Demoiselle Cranes Fishes" -- -- Source: Painting from the 'Babur Nama,' the memoirs of Zāhir ud-Dīn Mohammad Bābur the founder of the Mughal Empire -- Belonging to The National Museum, New Delhi

Young Man with a Book by Sultan Muhammad,1540s (Reinette: Persian Art,Miniature and Painting)

unknown title - Sultan Muhammad - Turkish - Safavid Period (before miniature

Persian, Safavid period, late 16th century  Iran,  4.5 x 11.4 cm,  Paper; painting  Prince seated under a tree, and attendant offering him a cup and a musician with tambourine. Sky dark blue with white clouds. Rocks lavender. The dresses are brown, dull green and red. Gold arabesque mount.  A Prince and his Servants

Safavid period, late century Iran, Prince seated under a tree, and attendant offering him a cup and a musician with tambourine

An Aristocratic Smithy | Leaf from the Read Persian, after Ḥabīb-Allāh al-Mashhadī | Afghanistan, Herat | ca. 1600 | The Morgan Library & Museum

An Aristocratic Smithy

1600 CE Islamic Safavid Miniature Painting, Herat, Afghanistan, Persia) -Ḥabīb-Allāh al-Mashhadī (Painter (?)) (The Morgan Library & Museum)

Humayun was the second Mughal emperor. When he was growing up he learned Turki, Arabic, and Persian. He was interested in mathematics, philosophy, and astrology.

The first four Mughal emperors. The cross collar was present in early Mughal attire but the tunic was worn loose and with a long overgarment.

Moraqqa i Golshan (900s H Miniature Painting; Islamic; Safavid Empire, Persia) #Iiraan #Afghanistaan

“From the first day of Creation His love is in my home”- miniature of the book Moraqqaʿ-e Golšan

Thesis5: Akbar because he was responsible for initiating Akbar-style design, which combined Persian, Indian, Byzantine, Turkish, and Islamic motifs.

Indian miniature, Akbar period, Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Beautiful example of art from the period of Ottoman rule.


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