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Bihzad

Bihzad A dervish begs to be admitted in the mosque oil painting on canvas
A dervish begs to be admitted in the mosque
Painting ID::  34197
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Bihzad A dervish begs to be admitted in the mosque oil painting on canvas



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  Bihzad
  the period of 1465-153 Persian illustrator. The most famous master of Persian painting, he is important both for the paintings he executed and for the wider influence of the style associated with his name. Evidently orphaned at a young age, Bihzad is said to have been raised and trained by MIRAK, a painter and calligrapher employed in Herat by Husayn Bayqara.
  A dervish begs to be admitted in the mosque
  mk90 Illustration by Bihzad for the Bustan

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