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Nizami (Ilyas Abu Muhammad Nizam al-Din of Ganja) | Khamsa (Quintet) of Nizami | Islamic | The Met

Khamsa (Quintet) of Nizami Medium: Vellum paper, leather Gift of Alexander Smith Cochran, 1913 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York,

An Uzbek Prisoner | Read Persian Album | Herat, Afghanistan | ca. 1600 | The Morgan Library & Museum

An Uzbek Prisoner

An Uzbek Prisoner | Read Persian Album | Herat, Afghanistan | ca. 1600 | The Morgan Library & Museum

Folio from a Khamsa (Quintet) by Nizami (d.1209); recto: Layla and Majnun at school; verso: text circa 1600-1610 Safavid period  Ink, opaque watercolor and gold on paper H: 26.3 W: 15.3 cm  Iran  Purchase--Smithsonian Unrestricted Trust Funds, Smithsonian Collections Acquisition Program, and Dr. Arthur M. Sackler S1986.286

Folio from a Khamsa (Quintet) by Nizami recto: Layla and Majnun at school; verso: text circa Safavid period Ink, opaque watercolor and gold on paper

Death of Alexander-Persian Miniature, from Khamse or Panj Ganj by poet Nezami Ganjavi مرگ اسکندر - مینیاتور از کتاب خمسه و یا پنج گنج، شاعر نظامی گنجوی

Death of Alexander-Persian Miniature, from Khamse or Panj Ganj by poet Nezami Ganjavi مرگ اسکندر - مینیاتور از کتاب خمسه و یا پنج گنج، شاعر نظامی گنجوی

1650-1670 Period/Culture Safavid dynasty, Islamic

1650-1670 Period/Culture Safavid dynasty, Islamic

Persian miniature illustrating Islamic poetry    Persian miniature illustrating Iranian Islamic poetry, at the Reza Abbasi museum of Tehran.

Persian miniature illustrating Islamic poetry Persian miniature illustrating Iranian Islamic poetry, at the Reza Abbasi museum of Tehran.

Minyatür

Turkey and Australia Nusret Çolpan (October 1952 – May was a Turkish painter, architect and miniaturist`༺✿༻Minyatür Sanatı

Hilālī, a Persian poet of Turkish origin, wrote three masnavīs (narrative poems in rhyming couplets), including a Lailā and Majnūn story with a happy ending and the present work, which was criticized in the memoirs of Bābur, the future Mughal emperor. Hilālī had made the dervish the lover and the king the beloved, making him a shameless strumpet.

Classroom Scene

The Morgan Library & Museum Online Exhibitions - Treasures of Islamic Manuscript Painting from the Morgan - Classroom Scene

Youth Holding a Pomegranate - Second half of the 18th century

Youth Holding a Pomegranate -

Youth-Holding-a-Pomegranate.jpg Miniatures, Indian ink and watercolour, cm Origin: Iran, Second half of the century Source of entry: Collection of A.

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