Khidr or al-Khidr, and possibly Khwaja Khadir. Sometimes Hizir.
The Immortal Al-Khizr (a.k.a. Khwaja Khizr or Khidr).
Title Two prophets converse Category Persian Painting Object Name Ibn Husam, Muhammad, d. 1470. Khavarnamah Detail Turkmen painting of the Aq Qoyunlu Courts Location Iran -- Shiraz Dynasty Aq Qoyunlu Subject, LCSH Art, Islamic -- Iran Miniature paintings -- Iran -- 15th century
Khidr and Ilyas and Iskandar | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
KHIDR - 1760 - Bibliothèque Nationale de France - known in India as Khawaja Khidr, a river spirit dressed in green, riding upon a fish, and presiding over the well of immortality. In Sufi tradition Khidr is the hidden initiator of those who travel the mystical path.
Iskandar, in the likeness of Husayn Bayqara, visiting the wise man in a cave. Ascribed to Bihzad underneath, but to Qasim ʻAli in the text panel. (BL Or.6810, f. 273r). - Herat, 1494-95
Sufi Saint Khidr (the Green One) - c.18 Century. US Public Domain. and jungian archetypes