Zenith of Islamic Art and Architecture in Iran

VISUAL ART OF PERSIA BY: KHUSHBOO MEHBOOB Painting Miniature Nushirvan Eating Food Brought by the Sons of Mahbud: Folio from the Shahnama (Book of Kings), Ilkhanid aeon (1206–1353), 1330s Iran, Tabriz Ink, blurred watercolor, and gold on cardboard Nushirvan Receives Mihras, Envoy of Caesar: Folio from the Shahnama (Book of Kings), Ilkhanid aeon (1206–1353), ca. 1300–1330 Iran or Iraq Ink, blurred watercolor, and gold on paper Kamal-od-Din Behzad Of Herat School, "Khamseh Nezami" Baysunghur's_Shahname Garden Scene, Aq Quyunlu aeon (1396–1508), ca. 1430 Iran, possibly Tabriz Blurred watercolor and gold on undyed cottony Khusraw actuality cared for by Shirin, Safavid miniature painting, Iran, 17th aeon Allegory of Worldly and Otherworldly Drunkenness: Folio from the Divan (Collected Poems) of Hafiz, Safavid aeon (1501–1722), ca. 1531–33 Sultan Muhammad (Iranian, alive aboriginal bisected of 16th century) Iran, Tabriz Blurred watercolor, ink, and gold on paper Saki by Reza Abbasi from the Moraqqa’ e Prince Muhammad-Beik by Reza Abbasi Golshan 1609 Golestan Palace Mollahs in the attendance of Nasser-ed-Din Shah Qajar, Iran Fat‘? -‘Ali Shah Qajar, in 1798 3. Calligraphy A Calligraphic Panel in Nastaliq Script. Iran. Anachronous 1021 AH / 1612 AD. Active Ahmad Al-Hosseini Qur'an of Ibrahim Sultan, anachronous 1427; Timurid Iran (Shiraz) Ink, colors, and gold on cardboard An Illuminated Quran, Iran. Anachronous 734 AH / 1333 -1334 AD. Mir Emad Hassani (1554 - 1615) Nizam Ganjavi's Khamsa. Iran. Dated 875 AH / 1471 AD. Book of Prayers, commissioned by Fath ‘Ali Shah Persia, Qajar, 19th century, Arabic argument in naskh calligraphy aural gold clouds, interlinear Persian translation; bark bounden with gold floral architecture Octagonal Qur’an Case, Persia, Qajar, 19th century, busy with calligraphic Qur’anic inscriptions and prayers Bark Pen-box, active by Muhammad al-Sultani, Persia, apparently Isfahan, Safavid, 17th century, cartouches absolute inscriptions in nastaliq script, and busy with gold blooming motifs Stand for a Qur'an manuscript, Muzzafarid aeon (1314–93), anachronous a. h. 761 / a. d. 1360 Made by Hasan ibn Sulaiman al-Isfahani Iran or Central Asia Wood (teak); carved, painted, inlaid THREE SAMANID CALLIGRAPHIC POTTERY BOWLS NISHAPUR, EASTERN IRAN, 10TH CENTURY Each with amber blooper corrective adornment about the cavetto over white ground, one 'signed' Ahmad in its centre and inscribed baraka wa yumn wa surur wa sa('a)da wa sala(ma), one with august bird in its centre 9 7/8in. (25. 3cm. ) diam. (max. ) (3) Mihrab (prayer niche), Ilkhanid aeon (1206–1353), a. . 755 / a. d. 1354– 55 Iran, Isfahan Mosaic of polychrome-glazed cut tiles on stonepaste body; set into adhesive Safavid Cut Steel Panel. Iran. Backward 10th aeon AH / 16th aeon AD Illustrated A Pair of Antique Persian Isfahan Qalamkar Blocked Print & Painting in the Center with Persian Calligraphy at top Wall Hanging Carton. Qajar Dynasty iranian calligraphy on bill Helmet, backward 15th century; A Argent Inlaid Assumption Bowl. West Iran. 8th aeon AH / 14th Aeon AD Casket, assumption with inlaid gold and silver, Iran, 1300-1350 Thanks

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