Habib Moradi

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SAFAVID IRAN, 17TH CENTURY AND LATER

SAFAVID IRAN, 17TH CENTURY AND LATER

An Uzbek Prisoner

An Uzbek Prisoner

Emaciated Horse and Rider

Emaciated Horse and Rider

Archer Riding an Aged Horse

Archer Riding an Aged Horse

A Man Falls from His Horse

A Man Falls from His Horse

The horse of the heavily armed warrior has stumbled, causing the rider to fall head over heels, dislodging his helmet, knives, arrows, and riding crop. But what is the explanation for the bleeding wound on the top of his head? Has he been struck by his own page? The man has central Asian features, and his horse has slit nostrils and a tail knotted in the Turkman fashion. Men are shown falling off or being pulled from horses in Firdausī's Shāhnāma; perhaps this miniature represents an enla...

A Man Falls from His Horse, Leaf from the Read Persian Album. Probably Herat (Afghanistan), ca.

The horse of the heavily armed warrior has stumbled, causing the rider to fall head over heels, dislodging his helmet, knives, arrows, and riding crop. But what is the explanation for the bleeding wound on the top of his head? Has he been struck by his own page? The man has central Asian features, and his horse has slit nostrils and a tail knotted in the Turkman fashion. Men are shown falling off or being pulled from horses in Firdausī's Shāhnāma; perhaps this miniature represents an enla...

A Man Falls from His Horse, Leaf from the Read Persian Album. Probably Herat (Afghanistan), ca.

The horse of the heavily armed warrior has stumbled, causing the rider to fall head over heels, dislodging his helmet, knives, arrows, and riding crop. But what is the explanation for the bleeding wound on the top of his head? Has he been struck by his own page? The man has central Asian features, and his horse has slit nostrils and a tail knotted in the Turkman fashion. Men are shown falling off or being pulled from horses in Firdausī's Shāhnāma; perhaps this miniature represents an enla...

A Man Falls from His Horse, Leaf from the Read Persian Album. Probably Herat (Afghanistan), ca.

This is one of the 12 miniatures illustrating the poem Khusraw and Shirin in the Hermitage's famous Persian manuscript of the Khamsa, an anthology of five poems by the 12th-century poet Nizami, who lived on the territory of present-day Azerbaijan. In 1431 this manuscript of the Khamsa was copied out in Herat by the calligrapher Mahmud for Sultan Shahrukh , son of the legendary Tamerlaine . Khusraw and Shirin is the first poem in the literature of the Near and Middle East in which man'...

This is one of the 12 miniatures illustrating the poem Khusraw and Shirin in the Hermitage's famous Persian manuscript of the Khamsa, an anthology of five poems by the 12th-century poet Nizami, who lived on the territory of present-day Azerbaijan. In 1431 this manuscript of the Khamsa was copied out in Herat by the calligrapher Mahmud for Sultan Shahrukh , son of the legendary Tamerlaine . Khusraw and Shirin is the first poem in the literature of the Near and Middle East in which man'...

Youth Holding a Pomegranate; Illustration from a Single Page Manuscript | Cleveland Museum of Art

Youth Holding a Pomegranate; Illustration from a Single Page Manuscript, style of Riza-yi Abbasi (Iranian) opaque watercolor and gold on paper, Image - cm inches) Overall - cm inches).

Siyah Qalem - Google zoeken

Siyah Qalem - Google zoeken

Two drawings: a man holding a fawn, and a dervish holding a dragon-form kashkul, the latter signed by Reza-i 'Abbasi, Persia, Safavid, Isfahan, 17th century

Two drawings: a man holding a fawn, and a dervish holding a dragon-form kashkul, the latter signed by Reza-i 'Abbasi, Persia, Safavid, Isfahan, 17th century

Two Bearded Men in Conversation in a Landscape Iran, Isfahan, 1650

Two Bearded Men in Conversation in a Landscape Iran, Isfahan, 1650 Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper 5 x 2 in. x cm) LACMA Collections:

Partly colored drawing pasted on an album leaf. “A Prince with Courtiers in a Landscape”. Attributed to Muhammad Qasim Iran, Isfahan (Herat); c. 1650

Partly colored drawing pasted on an album leaf. “A Prince with Courtiers in a Landscape”. Attributed to Muhammad Qasim Iran, Isfahan (Herat);