Canan Harmancı Demirel

Canan Harmancı Demirel

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

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

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Türk İslam Sanatları - turkishislamicarts.com

Türk İslam Sanatları - turkishislamicarts.com

Miniature Art Horse

Miniature Art Horse

7 sufi masters trying to have one dream together (Persian drawing 12th century)

7 sufi masters trying to have one dream together (Persian drawing 12th century)

Acem Çengisi Maverdi Kolbaşı, minyatür   Persian Dancing Woman, miniature, Levni, 18th century

Acem Çengisi Maverdi Kolbaşı, minyatür Persian Dancing Woman, miniature, Levni, 18th century

Kadın; bilmeyene 'nefs', bilene 'nefes'tir..! [Şems-i Tebrizi]

Kadın; bilmeyene 'nefs', bilene 'nefes'tir..! [Şems-i Tebrizi]

Princeton University Library, Islamic Manuscripts, Garrett no. 82G. Qazwini, ʻAjāʾib al-makhlūqāt wa-gharāʾib al-mawjūdāt.    "The copy (or the text?) is dated Ṣafar 895 [1489] or 865 [1460] and signed ʻAbd Allāh son of ʻAlī Bey Damāvandī in the colophon (fol. 240a). According to Moghadam, illustrations and binding probably from 18th century India."    Marvels of Creatures and the Strange Things Existing, by Zakarīyā’ ibn Muḥammad al-Qazwīnī

Princeton University Library, Islamic Manuscripts, Garrett no. 82G. Qazwini, ʻAjāʾib al-makhlūqāt wa-gharāʾib al-mawjūdāt. "The copy (or the text?) is dated Ṣafar 895 [1489] or 865 [1460] and signed ʻAbd Allāh son of ʻAlī Bey Damāvandī in the colophon (fol. 240a). According to Moghadam, illustrations and binding probably from 18th century India." Marvels of Creatures and the Strange Things Existing, by Zakarīyā’ ibn Muḥammad al-Qazwīnī

Türk İslam Sanatları - turkishislamicarts.com

Türk İslam Sanatları - turkishislamicarts.com

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