Turkey: Ancient Miniatures

By Richard Ettinghausen; M. Ş. IpŞiroǦlu et al. | Go to book overview

CONTENTS
Preface by Richard Ettinghausen* PAGE 5
The Album of the Conqueror - Siyah Kalem. XVth century. Scene of magic PAGE5
Semail al-i Osman (The Portraits of the Ottoman Sultans). Süleyman the Magnificent and his son PAGE11
Varka and Gulshah. XIIIth century. Varka's meeting with the mother of Gulshah PAGE16
Introduction by M. S. ImpsiroŞlu an dS. Eyuboǧlu** PAGE 17
Bibliography PAGE27
Varka and Gulsha. XIIIth century. Meeting of the two lovers in the garden. (Height of manuscript page: 28 cm) PL.I
Varka and Gulshah. XIIIth century. Attack upon the Beni Shibe tribe during the wedding celebration. (Height of manuscript page: 28 cm) PL.II
Shahname of Firdausi. 1330. One of the seven exploits of Isfandyar: the fight with the fabulous bird Simurgh. (Height of manuscript page: 37.5 cm) PL.III
Shahname of Firdausi. 1330. Death of the two heroes. (Height of manuscript page: 37.5 cm) PL.IV
The Book of Fables. XIVth century. Animal scenes. (Height of original miniature: 37.5 cm) PL.VI
The Album of the Conqueror - Siyah Kalem. XVth century. Nomad encampment. (Height of original miniature: 19.3 cm) PL.VII
The Album of the Conqueror - Siyah Kalem. XVth century. Scene of nomad life. (Height of original miniature: 16.7 cm) PL.VIII
The Album of the Conqueror - Siyah Kalem. XVth century. Strolling medicine-men. (Height of original miniature: 14.5 cm) PL.IX
The Album of the Conqueror - Siyah Kalem. XVth century. Scene of magic. (Height of original miniature: 22.2 cm) PL.X
The Album of the Conqueror - Siyah Kalem. XVth century. Horse training. (Height of original miniature: 15.5 cm) PLXI
The Album of the Conqueror - Siyah Kalem. XVth century. Hunting scene. (Height of original miniature: 17.8 cm) PL.XII
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*
Original in English
**
Original in French

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  • Title Page 3
  • Preface 5
  • Bibliography 27
  • Contents 29
  • Plates 31
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