Bahram Gur and Dragon in Khamsa of Nizami, Persian traditional miniature available with frame, Persian painting
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Note: despite the best efforts, due the age of the painting, please except a few areas that are deteriorated in color or design as shown in the photos
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ABOUT THE PAINTING
Painting by Muhammad Zaman dated 1086 (1675/76). Bahram Gur proves his worthiness by killing a dragon and recovering treasure from a cave.
Perhaps the best known of all the British Library’s Persian manuscripts is a copy of the Khamsah (‘Five Poems’) by the 12th century poet Nizami, copied and illustrated for the Safavid ruler Shah Tahmasp (ruled 1524-76).
Muhammad Zaman, the painter was a native of Kerman, Persia. He received his education in Tabriz. He was sent to Rome under the reign of Shah Abbas II. He returned to Persia as a Catholic Christian with the name Paolo. Because of his conversion to Roman Catholicism he was obliged to escape from Persia to India where he obtained the protection of the Moghul dynasty.
Mohammad Zaman was influenced by Italian painting techniques. However, as Ivanov suggests, Mohammad Zaman studied under a European artist in Isfahan, Persia, and the report of his being sent by Shah Abbas II to study in Italy, where he adopted Roman Catholic Christianity, is no more than a colourful legend.
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