Seated Youth Persian Safavid Period late 17th century
A reverse glass painting Persia, 19th century portrait of a maiden holding a small glass beaker, with a landscape in the background, mounted and framed 62.6 x 43.1 cm.
Gentile Bellini. Sultan Mehmet II. 1480. Oil on canvas. 70x52cm. National Gallery, London, UK
مادر و کودک، نقاشی پشت شیشه، نیمه اول قرن 19 میلادی، نقاشی 65 در 35 سانتیمتر، قاب 119 در 70سانتیمتر Reverse-glass painting of a mother and child, Persia, First half 19th century glass painted in reverse, a beautiful woman in European dress holding a child in her arms and a song bird on her finger, the wooden frame painted and gilded window 65 by 35cm. frame 119 by 70cm.
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