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Prophet Solomon and the phoenix’s agreement is witnessed by members of his court. The two yogis in the foreground represent the assembled jinns. Untitled tale of Solomon and the Phoenix from the Tipu Library. British Library, IO Islamic 1255, f. 2v.

Prophet Solomon and the phoenix’s agreement is witnessed by members of his court. The two yogis in the foreground represent the assembled jinns. Untitled tale of Solomon and the Phoenix from the Tipu Library. British Library, IO Islamic 1255, f. 2v.

Two women enter the mosque early in the morning in Cairo Egypt.  #cairo #egypt #rcmemories #mosque #islam  #streetphotography #travelphotography #ritzcarlton @ritzcarlton

Two women enter the mosque early in the morning in Cairo Egypt. #cairo #egypt #rcmemories #mosque #islam #streetphotography #travelphotography #ritzcarlton @ritzcarlton

https://flic.kr/p/QMGwQ | Untitled | from: www.irantour.org/Iran/mosque/Imam Mosque Semnan.html  Imam Mosque (Masjid-e Jam 'e Abbasi), also called Masjid-e Shah (Royal Mosque) before the victory of Islamic Revolution, is one of the finest and the most stunning buildings in the world. The Mosque, begun in 1612 during the reign of Shah Abbas I and, despite the Shah's impatience, under construction until 1638 represents the culmination of a thousand years of mosque building and a magnificent…

https://flic.kr/p/QMGwQ | Untitled | from: www.irantour.org/Iran/mosque/Imam Mosque Semnan.html Imam Mosque (Masjid-e Jam 'e Abbasi), also called Masjid-e Shah (Royal Mosque) before the victory of Islamic Revolution, is one of the finest and the most stunning buildings in the world. The Mosque, begun in 1612 during the reign of Shah Abbas I and, despite the Shah's impatience, under construction until 1638 represents the culmination of a thousand years of mosque building and a magnificent…

Collage: Textile and Fabric on Soft (Yarn, Cotton, Fabric).  Size: 19.7 H x 19.7 W x 3.9 in  The perfect geometry behind Islamic art and patterns were the main inspiration for the creation of this series.

Collage: Textile and Fabric on Soft (Yarn, Cotton, Fabric). Size: 19.7 H x 19.7 W x 3.9 in The perfect geometry behind Islamic art and patterns were the main inspiration for the creation of this series.

Left: Ali Jamshidi, Untitled, Acrylic on canvas, 99x200 cm, 2010 / Right: Einoddin Sadeghzadeh, You Belong To Me, Tar on canvas, 2009, 199x100 cm / Courtesy of The Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia

Left: Ali Jamshidi, Untitled, Acrylic on canvas, 99x200 cm, 2010 / Right: Einoddin Sadeghzadeh, You Belong To Me, Tar on canvas, 2009, 199x100 cm / Courtesy of The Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia

Mohsen Daeinabi / Untitled, Mixed media on canvas, 120x80cm, 2008 / Courtesy of The Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia

Mohsen Daeinabi / Untitled, Mixed media on canvas, 120x80cm, 2008 / Courtesy of The Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia

Fereydoon Omidi / Untitled, Oil on canvas, 200x160 cm, 2008 / Courtesy of The Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia

Fereydoon Omidi / Untitled, Oil on canvas, 200x160 cm, 2008 / Courtesy of The Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia

Farouq Molloy, born Sean Molloy in 1957 in Plymouth, is a British "outsider" artist. He initially drew on graph paper with a black biro, then began working with colours. His patterned drawings incorporate "Islamic and North African decorative elements", reflecting his conversion to Islam in the early 1990s.

Farouq Molloy, born Sean Molloy in 1957 in Plymouth, is a British "outsider" artist. He initially drew on graph paper with a black biro, then began working with colours. His patterned drawings incorporate "Islamic and North African decorative elements", reflecting his conversion to Islam in the early 1990s.

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