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Página de un álbum de la caligrafía de tradiciones proféticas

Page from an Album of Calligraphies of Prophetic Traditions (Hadith), ca. Ottoman Signed by Hamdullah ibn Mustafa Dede Turkey (Istanbul)

Tile in the shape of a mihrab | Origin:  Iran | Period: 13th century | Details:  Not Available | Type: Stone-paste, molded, with turquoise glaze | Size: H: 61.3  W: 42.2   D: 7.6  cm | Museum Code: S1987.89 | Photograph and description taken from Freer and the Sackler (Smithsonian) Museums.

Earthenware, Ceramics and Tiles at the Smithsonian Museum « Islamic Arts and Architecture

Islamic Calligraphy, Quran, Allah

شاه و درباریان، پنل کاشی  عمل میرزا عبد الجواد، در کارخانه استاد (...) ابراهیم، نیمه دوم قرن 19 میلادی با الهام از نقاشی آبرنگی چهلستون اصفهان، متشکل از بیست و کاشی رنگارنگ، صحنه با وقار، یک شاهزاده و درباریان، نوازندگان و رقاصان ، با دو کتیبه  83.2 X 115cm A LARGE FIGURAL POTTERY TILE PANEL SIGNED MIRZA 'ABD AL-JAWWAD, QAJAR IRAN, SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY Inspired by the Chehel Sutun Safavid fresco in Isfahan, composed of twenty polychrome tiles, depicting a courtly scene with a prince and…

شاه و درباریان، پنل کاشی عمل میرزا عبد الجواد، در کارخانه استاد (...) ابراهیم، نیمه دوم قرن 19 میلادی با الهام از نقاشی آبرنگی چهلستون اصفهان، متشکل از بیست و کاشی رنگارنگ، صحنه با وقار، یک شاهزاده و درباریان، نوازندگان و رقاصان ، با دو کتیبه 83.2 X 115cm A LARGE FIGURAL POTTERY TILE PANEL SIGNED MIRZA 'ABD AL-JAWWAD, QAJAR IRAN, SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY Inspired by the Chehel Sutun Safavid fresco in Isfahan, composed of twenty polychrome tiles, depicting a courtly scene with a prince and…

Painting attributed to Manohar (active ca. 1582–1624)."Hamid Bhakari Punished by Akbar", Folio from an Akbarnama, ca. 1604. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Theodore M. Davis Collection, Bequest of Theodore M. Davis, 1915 (30.95.174.8) | This object is on view in “The Royal Hunt: Courtly Pursuits in Indian Art through December 13, 2015.:

"Hamid Bhakari Punished by Akbar", Folio from an Akbarnama, ca. Mughal court painting attributed to Manohar

A Sufi Ruler Nimbate Reading a Qur'an on a Terrace, c. 1700 (watercolor, gold, and ink on paper). Deccani?

A Sufi Ruler Nimbate Reading a Qur'an on a Terrace, c. 1700 (watercolor, gold, and ink on paper).

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This page once formed part of an album assembled for Nur al-Din Jahangir (ruled the fourth Mughal ruler of India. The borders, which depict artisans of a library at work, were painted at the beginning of the century.

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