A persian miniature by mohammad Yousef 16th century
AN OTTOMAN DRAWING OF A PERI, TURKEY, 16TH CENTURY
In Southeast Asian mythology Kinnaras, are depicted as half-bird, half-woman creatures, and are one of the many creatures that inhabit the mythical Himavanta. Kinnaris have the head, torso, and arms of a woman and the wings, tail of a swan.
Partly colored drawing pasted on an album leaf. “A Prince with Courtiers in a Landscape”. Attributed to Muhammad Qasim Iran, Isfahan (Herat); c. 1650