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برگی از دیوان ابراهیم میرزا، نگارگر ناشناس، میلادی1582، مشهد Double Finispiece From The Diwan Of Sultan Ibrahim Mirza Geography Iran Period Safavid, 1582 CE Dynasty Safavid Materials and technique Opaque watercolour, gold and ink on paper Dimensions Page 23.8 x 16.6 cm

برگی از دیوان ابراهیم میرزا، نگارگر ناشناس، مشهد Double Finispiece From The Diwan Of Sultan Ibrahim Mirza Geography Iran Period Safavid, 1582 CE Dynasty Safavid Materials and technique Opaque watercolour, gold and ink on paper Dimensions Page x cm

Persian Miniature from "Shahname de Ferdowsi" (Ed. Baysanqori)

Masterpieces of Persian miniature - Shahname Ferdowsi Bayasanghori

برگ مصور از ﻣﺜﻨﻮﻱ «ﮔﻮﻱ ﻭ ﭼﻮﮔﺎﻥ» ﺳﺮﻭﺩﻩ ﻋﺎﺭﻓﻲ ﻫﺮﻭﻱ قرن 16 میلادی، اصفهان ARIFI (D. AH 853/1449 AD): GUY O CHAUGAN -BALL AND MALLET SAFAVID IRAN, 16TH CENTURY

برگ مصور از ﻣﺜﻨﻮﻱ «ﮔﻮﻱ ﻭ ﭼﻮﮔﺎﻥ» ﺳﺮﻭﺩﻩ ﻋﺎﺭﻓﻲ ﻫﺮﻭﻱ قرن 16 میلادی، اصفهان ARIFI (D. AH 853/1449 AD): GUY O CHAUGAN -BALL AND MALLET SAFAVID IRAN, 16TH CENTURY

This luxurious work depicting a king and his courtiers picnicking in a mountain glade is a classic example of late sixteenth century Persian miniature painting. The exquisite, marginal drawing of animals stalking in the midst of lush gold foliage, the finely detailed and lyrically dynamic composition, and the decorative use of color perfectly define Safavid court taste. The scene is drawn from the Khamsa, or Five Poems, by Nizami (1141-1202).

A King Picnicking in the Mountains c. 1560 Artist Unknown (Iran, Asia) Ink, colors, and gold on paper 12 x 8 in. x cm) Minneapolis Institute of Arts - The Collection

Safavid Iran, late 16th c.This painting is a rare depiction of a young woman applying henna to her feet, a ritual associated with rite of passage celebrations, specifically marriage, in Iran and surrounding regions. The subject chosen by this unknown artist reflects the increasing interest in depictions of everyday people and events that marked Safavid court painting at this time. The sitter’s right foot rests on a pile of henna leaves.

Woman applying henna, Iran, late century “This painting is a rare depiction of a young woman applying henna to her feet, a ritual associated with rite of passage celebrations, specifically.

King Sheba (Bilqīs) enthroned; part of a double-page composition featuring also King Solomon (Sulaymān) from Collection of poems (divan), Walters Art Museum Ms. W.631, fol.3a | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

File:Hafiz - Left Side of a Double-page Illustrated Frontispiece Depicting Queen Sheba (Bilqis) Enthroned - Walters - Full Page.