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My Childhood Pet by Riyaz Udin - Indian miniature painter from Jaipur. He has collaborated with British artist Alexander Gorlizki to produce cross-cultural artworks.

Turan Melek ve Ahmet Şah ve Divriği Şifahanesi | Sivas | Collections | Fine Islamic Arts | Şermin Ciddi

Turan Melek ve Ahmet Şah ve Divriği Şifahanesi | Sivas | Collections | Fine Islamic Arts | Şermin Ciddi

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. Qazwini, ʻAjāʾib al-makhlūqāt wa-gharāʾib al-mawjūdāt. "The copy (or the text?) is dated Ṣafar 895 or 865 and signed.

Bowl Iran, Kashan Bowl, 1187/Muharram, 538A.H. Ceramic; Vessel, Fritware, underglaze-painted and overglaze-enameled (mina'i), overall: 3 3/8 x 8 3/8 in. (8.57 x 21.27 cm) Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Allan C. Balch (M.45.3.116) Art of the Middle East: Islamic Department.

Minai ware bowl, Kashan, Iran, dated x cm) Gift of Mr. Allan C. Balch Art of the Middle East: Islamic Department.

An Ottoman Drawing of a Peri, attributable to Veli Can, Turkey, 16th century | Lot | Sotheby's

iehudit: Judy Shreve An Ottoman Drawing of a Peri, attributable to Veli Can, Turkey, century PINNED By My Art y Lezama

Folio from a Mu'nis al-Abrar fi Deqa'iq al-Ash'ar / top: The Moon and Fish; bottom: Twelve different birds in 2 registers

Folio from a Mu'nis al-Abrar fi Deqa'iq al-Ash'ar (Free Man's Guide to the Subtleties of Poetry) by Badr al-Din Jajarmi (d. The Zodiac Constellation of Pisces, the moon, and two registers of birds; reverse: text: verses of poem

Birds in a Silver River Object Name: Single Work, Illustrated Date: late 17th century Geography: India, Deccan, probably Aurgangabad Culture: Islamic Medium: Ink, opaque watercolor, and silver on paper

Folio From The Khawass Al-Ashjar (de Materia Medica): Rasiyun Plant Geography Iran Period century CE Materials and technique Ink and opaque watercolour on paper Dimensions 24 x cm

Ottoman Diagram of Heaven and Hell. Caucasus. 1700s, naming the realms of the divine, the seven spheres of heaven and the seven spheres of hell, heaven with an image of the Toba tree, the Pen and the Hidden Tablet,with the Qaf mountain marking the outer limits of earth, the levels of hell surmounted by the bridge (sirat) are unnamed but flanked by named images of Qazan al-Qitran (the cauldron with boiling tar) and the dreadful tree Zaqqum.

Ottoman Diagram of Heaven and Hell. Gouache on paper, naming the realms of the divine, the seven spheres of heaven and the seven spheres of hell, the upper section showing heaven with.

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