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2011 Hat: Mehmet Tahir Efendi Tezhib: Emel Sönmezışık Türkmen Ebat:73-61 Zeki Cemal Özen kolleksiyonu-İstanbul 3 1.

2011 Hat: Mehmet Tahir Efendi Tezhib: Emel Sönmezışık Türkmen Ebat:73-61 Zeki Cemal Özen kolleksiyonu-İstanbul 3 1.

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Illumination Art, Turkish Art, Geometric Art, Islamic Art, Calligraphy, Art Designs, Mandala, Illumination, Good Ideas

Illumination Art, Arabic Art, Islamic Art, Paisley, Calligraphy, Mandalas, Embroidery

This panel of calligraphy conforms closely to the type probably established by the celebrated calligrapher Sultan cAli about forty or fifty years earlier. The border illumination is signed by the artist Daulat, who executed paintings and marginalia for three generations of Mughal emperors, from Akbar to Shah Jahan. Mir cAli was both the calligrapher and author

Folio from the Kevorkian Album, ca. 1540 Bukhara, Uzbekistan Calligraphy signed by Mir cAli Haravi Ink, gold, and colors on paper;

Page of Calligraphy with Stenciled and Painted Borders from a Subhat al-Abrar (Rosary of the Devout) of Jami

“Portrait of Mulla Muhammad Khan Vali of Bijapur”, Folio from the Shah Jahan Album by Hashim via Islamic Art Medium: Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper Purchase, Rogers Fund and The Kevorkian.

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