Brief history of Nasir-ud-Din Muhammad Shah. After the death of his grandfather Bahadur Shah I, at the age of twelve, Muhammad Shah and his

Brief history of Nasir-ud-Din Muhammad Shah. After the death of his grandfather Bahadur Shah I, at the age of twelve, Muhammad Shah and his

Portrait of a Nobleman or Royal Figure (Possibly Muhammad Shah Qajar)      Artist: possibly Abul Hasan Ghaffari, Sani al-Mulk, active, 1814-1866     Medium: Ink and opaque watercolor on ivory or shell     Place Made: Tehran, Iran     Dates: first half 19th century     Dynasty: Qajar     Period: Qajar     Dimensions: 5 3/8 x 4 1/4 in. (13.7 x 10.8 cm)  (show scale)     Collections:Arts of the Islamic World

Portrait of a Nobleman or Royal Figure (Possibly Muhammad Shah Qajar) Artist: possibly Abu'l Hasan Ghaffari, Sani' al-Mulk, active, Medium: Ink and opaque watercolor on ivory or shell Place Made: Tehran, Iran Dates: first half century Dynasty: Qajar

A YOUNG WOMAN WITH A WHITE VEIL, ATTRIBUTABLE TO MUHAMMAD, QAJAR, PERSIA, CIRCA 1845

womeninarthistory: “A young woman with a white veil, Attributed to Muhammad Shah ”

Royal Round Tent Made for Muhammad Shah (ruled 1834–48) (detail). Iran, Rasht, Qajar period (1779–1925). Interior: Plain weave: inlaid work, wool; embroidery: chain stitch, silk; tape, leather, rope. Exterior: Plain weave: cotton; iron ring, rope; h: 360 cm, diam: 400 cm. Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund 2014.388.

A royal tent from Century Persia is now in the permanent collection of the Cleveland Museum of Art

Muhammad Shah enthroned with Nawab Qamar al-Din 'Itimad al-Dawla and Nawab Asafjah Nizam al-Mulk in attendance, Deccan, Hyderabad, late 18th century gouache with gold on paper, inscriptions of identification in back on painted surface on upper border and on reverse, inner red borders with gold floral motifs, outer green borders painting: 34.2 by 23.2cm. leaf: 41.6 by 26.6cm.

Mughal Emperor Muhammad Shah enthroned with Nawab Qamar al-Din 'Itimad al-Dawla and Nawab Nizam al-Mulk Asaf-Jah I [Chin Kilich Khan] in attendance, Deccan, Hyderabad, late century

A Portrait of the Mughal Emperor Muhammad Shah (r. 1719-1748), 1764 | Cleveland Museum of Art

Posthumous portrait of the Mughal emperor Muhammad Shah (r. holding a falcon, Muhammad Rizavi Hindi (Indian, active Mughal India, probably Lucknow. Opaque watercolor with gold on paper; x cm (painting).

Muhammad Shah

Muhammad Shah

Sir Sultan Muhammad Shah, Aga Khan III. Photo Copyright National Portrait Gallery, London,(2 November 1877 – 11 July 1957) was the 48th Imam of the Nizari Ismaili community. He was one of the founders and the first president of the All-India Muslim League. His goal was the advancement of Muslim agendas and protection of Muslim rights in India.

Sir Sultan Muhammad Shah, Aga Khan III – The Imam of the Socio-Economic Revolution

Emperor Muhammad Shah Rangeela seated in the center. (L) Raushan-ud-daulah (front) and  Burhan ulk Mulk Saadat Khan I (Back). (R) Khwaja Asim Khan Dauran VII (back) and Qamar-ud-din Khan (front).

File:Chitarman II, Emperor Muhammad Shah with four courtiers, smoking huqqah, ca. Bodleian Library, University of Oxford.

Emperor Muhammad Shah, by Muhammad Reza-i Hindi, 1764. The Cleveland Museum of Art

Posthumous portrait of the Mughal emperor Muhammad Shah holding a falcon Muhammad Rizavi Hindi, active mid {WSJ

File:Chitarman II, Emperor Muhammad Shah with Falcon Viewing his Garden at Sunset from a Palanquin ca 1730 Metmuseum.jpg

File:Chitarman II, Emperor Muhammad Shah with Falcon Viewing his Garden at Sunset from a Palanquin ca 1730 Metmuseum.

Muhammad Shah celebrating Holi, ca. 1737

Bhupal Singh (active ca. Muhammad Shah celebrating Holi ca. 1737 Opaque watercolor and gold H. 18 in. × cm) Bodleian Library, University of Oxford, MS Douce Or.

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