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Attribuée à Hoseyn Behzad (1894-1968) La rencontre de Yusuf et Zulaykha Aquarelle et or sur papier La scène ici représentée est celle de la rencontre de Yusuf et Zulaykha, dans la maison du vizir du Pharaon. Ce texte dont la version la plus fameuse est attribuée au poète persan Jami (1414-1492) est extrait du Haft haurang. Iran. Vers 1920 Hauteur : 47 cm - Largeur : 33 cm Provenance : Ancienne collection privée française

Attribuée à Hoseyn Behzad (1894-1968) La rencontre de Yusuf et Zulaykha Aquarelle et or sur papier La scène ici représentée est celle de la rencontre de Yusuf et Zulaykha, dans la maison du vizir du Pharaon. Ce texte dont la version la plus fameuse est attribuée au poète persan Jami (1414-1492) est extrait du Haft haurang. Iran. Vers 1920 Hauteur : 47 cm - Largeur : 33 cm Provenance : Ancienne collection privée française

Persian Miniature, taken from Shahname by the great iranian poet Ferdowsi - Shah Tahmasbi مینیاتور فارسی - شاهنامه کتاب شاعر بزرگ ایرانی فردوسی - نسخه شاه طهماسبی - 243

Persian Miniature, taken from Shahname by the great iranian poet Ferdowsi - Shah Tahmasbi مینیاتور فارسی - شاهنامه کتاب شاعر بزرگ ایرانی فردوسی - نسخه شاه طهماسبی - 243

KHUSRAW AND SHIRIN AT POLO SAFAVID SHIRAZ, CIRCA 1570 AD From the Khusraw and Shirin of Nizami, gouache heightened with gold on paper, a vigourous game of polo takes place at the centre of the composition as spectators look on from the sides, an elaborately decorated building behind housing further spectators and musicians above, with lines of black nasta'liq arranged in four columns and one heading in white on a gold floral ground, with gold and polychrome rules, mounted 32.4 x 20.2cm

KHUSRAW AND SHIRIN AT POLO SAFAVID SHIRAZ, CIRCA 1570 AD From the Khusraw and Shirin of Nizami, gouache heightened with gold on paper, a vigourous game of polo takes place at the centre of the composition as spectators look on from the sides, an elaborately decorated building behind housing further spectators and musicians above, with lines of black nasta'liq arranged in four columns and one heading in white on a gold floral ground, with gold and polychrome rules, mounted 32.4 x 20.2cm

Bihzad A holy personage at the gate of a shrine consoles a son over his father-s death

The Son Who Mourned His Father: Page from a manuscript of the Mantiq al-Tayr (The Language of the Birds) of Farid al-Din ‘Attar, ca. Timurid, Herat “This illustration is associated with a story.

Son’s lamentation at his father’s funeral - In the bottom right corner is a later attribution to the famous Persian artist Bihzād (d. 942 AH / 1536-7 CE). The inscription reads ʿamal-i Bihzād … [?]. fol. W.678

Son’s lamentation at his father’s funeral - In the bottom right corner is a later attribution to the famous Persian artist Bihzād (d. 942 AH / CE). The inscription reads ʿamal-i Bihzād … [?

Miniature from a copy of al-Sarai’s Nahj al-Faradis (The Paths of Paradise). “The Prophet Muhammad at the Gates of Paradise” (verso) Iran, Herat; c. 1465. The David Collection, Copenhagen.

Miniature fra et eksemplar af al-Sarais _Nahj al-Faradis_ (Paradisets Veje). ”Profeten Muhammad ved Paradisets port” / “The Prophet Muhammad at the Gates of Paradise”. From a copy of al-Sarai's _Nahj al-Faradis_ (The Paths of Paradise)

From the Asia and African Studies blog post 'Jahangir's Hafiz and the Madrasa Jurist'. Image: The Madrasa Jurist. Painting by Muḥammad Riżā ca. 1611.

The extraordinarily diverse collections in Asian and African Studies constitute one of the world’s finest resources for the study of Asia, the Middle East and Africa.

The Prophet mounted on the Buraq and escorted by angels passing over the Kaʻbah (BL Or.6810, f. 5v). - Herat, 1494-95

The Prophet mounted on the Buraq and escorted by angels passing over the Kaʻbah (BL f.

Nushaba recognising Iskandar by his portrait. (Inscription: The gate of the afflicted ones through which God comes). A miniature painting from a fifteenth century manuscript of Nezami's Khamsa ('Five Poems'). Herat, Afghanistan; 1442 (manuscript), 1535-40 (folio) Shelfmark: Add. 25900 Page Folio Number: f.245v The British Library, London, Great Britain

Nushaba recognising Iskandar by his portrait. (Inscription: The gate of the afflicted ones through which God comes). A miniature painting from a fifteenth century manuscript of Nezami's Khamsa ('Five Poems'). Herat, Afghanistan; 1442 (manuscript), 1535-40 (folio) Shelfmark: Add. 25900 Page Folio Number: f.245v The British Library, London, Great Britain