ORIENTAL ART TIMED AUCTION SEPTEMBER 2021
Timed auction. Auction closed. Number of lots: 427.

Lot 35 - TAHMASP I IN A LANDSCAPE, TIBRIZ, 17TH CENTURY

Lot nr: 35
Reference: 300-2350 (€ 1.000 - € 2.000)

Opaque pigment heightened with gold on paper, depicting Shah Tahmasp I seated with his servants in a landscape.
Above two panels enclosing two Persian couplets written diagonally in nastaliq script, on the side Persian inscriptions reserved in clouds on a cream-colored ground.
All ruled in gold and polychrome border decorated with floral motifs.
26 by 19 cm.

CATALOGUE NOTE
Tahmasp I (1514-1576) was an influential Shah of Persia, enjoyed the longest reign of any member of the Safavid dynasty, son and successor of Ismail I the founder of the Safavid dynasty.



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Reference: 300-2350
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