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Сообщение velizariy » 20 ноя 2016, 09:07

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An illustrated and illuminated leaf from the Tarikh-i ‘alam-ara-yi Abbasi of Iskander Bayg Munshi: the capture of Yerevan citadel, Persia, Isfahan, circa 1650
This illustrated leaf originates from a rare illustrated manuscript of the Tarikh-i 'alam-ara-yi 'Abbasi, the history of Shah 'Abbas by Iskandar Munshi. Few examples survive from such a manuscript, as unlike the Mughals and Ottomans, the Safavids tended not to produce lavish manuscripts of their own reigns and histories.
The leaf belongs to a group of paintings produced in Isfahan during the first half of the seventeenth century, some of which were previously thought to be Ottoman (see, for example, a group of leaves from a Timurnama of Hatifi in E. Binney, 3rd, Turkish Miniature Paintings and Manuscripts from the Collection of Edwin Binney, 3rd, Los Angeles, 1973, pp.126-7, nos.48a and b). Another similar illustration is in the Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, from a manuscript of the Akhlaq-i Muhsini, dated 1640 (see Y.A Petrosian (ed.), De Bagdad à Ispahan: manuscrits islamiques de la filiale de Saint-Pétersbourg de l’Institut d’études orientales, Académie des sciences de Russie, exhibition catalogue, Musée du Petit Palais, Paris, 1994, no.46).
Iskander Bayg Munshi chronicled the reign of Shah 'Abbas, completing it in 1628-29. Many of the events described in the history he witnessed himself, in his post as a secretary in the royal chancellery.
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Сообщение velizariy » 20 ноя 2016, 09:11

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Mirza Mahdi Khan Astarabadi, the Jahan-gusha-ye Nadiri, North India, dated 1171 AH/1757-58 AD
Persian manuscript on paper, 435 leaves plus 8 flyleaves, 17 lines to the page, written in neat naskh script in black ink, occasional marginal comments, margins ruled in colours and gold, 27 full page miniatures in gouache heightened with gold, f.1b with an illuminated headpiece composed of scrolling polychrome vines within lobed cartouches, later reddish-brown morocco binding with gilt-stamped and tooled cartouches and cornerpieces
27.5 by 19.2cm.
This is a rare and lavishly-illustrated copy of the Jahan-gusha-ye Nadiri of Mirza Mahdi Khan Astarabadi. It is also the earliest recorded version of the text, which chronicles the life of Nadir Shah (r.1736-47), written in 1757-58, only ten years after his death.
All the lithographed copies and manuscripts used for the publication of Jahan-gusha-ye Naderi by Anvar were copied in nasta’liq. This copy is the only one in naskh and similar in style to a few manuscripts copied by order of Nadir Shah, now in the Gulistan Palace Library in Tehran. According to this manuscript, Astarabadi, Nader Shah's official historian, had planned a second volume dealing with subsequent events. However, there is no record of this text so it does not seem to have ever been written.
Whilst it seems more likely that a manuscript chronicling the life of Nadir Shah would be produced in Persia, the general feel of the illumination, calligraphy and style of illumination point towards an origin in North India. Parallels can be drawn in terms of both the palette, composition and style with an illustrated leaf from an unidentified manuscript related to the Siyar-i Nabi, attributed to Northern India (or even Sindh), formerly in the collection of Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan, and now in the Aga Khan Museum, Toronto (see S.R. Canby, Princes, Poets & Paladins, London, 1998, p.177, no.136). Although attributed to the nineteenth century, the similarities between the two illustrations, combined with the date of the present manuscript, suggest the possibility that it may perhaps be earlier.
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Сообщение velizariy » 25 дек 2017, 14:05

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Folio from the Haft awrang (Seven thrones) by Jami (d. 1492); verso: Bandits attack the caravan of Aynie and Ria; recto: text
Calligrapher: Malik al-Daylami 1556-1565
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