Persian Miniature Painting Mullah, Safavid 17th Drawing Islamic Indian
You will find similar paintings listed in my other auctions. Mullah Hassan the naked headed. Ink and gold on paper. A mullah in a pink robe is shown seated in contemplation under a tree which is intricately outlined in gold pigment. The identity of this mullah is inscribed on a painting recently offered on the London market. That picture, which is shown above, is inscribed molla hasan-e sar berehneh ,'Mullah Hassan the naked headed'. Molla Hassan Ksh was a religious figure and Shiite poet in the court of Sultan Muhammad Khudabande a. 1304 - 1316, the eighth Ilkhanid dynasty ruler. His family was from Kashan but lived in Amol. When Uljeitu expressed his Shiite tendencies, he asked. To help him propagate his beliefs through his poetry. Spent his whole life propagating Shiite beliefs, composing poems for Ahl al-Bayt (the family of the prophet Muhammad), especially Imam Ali.
The biographer Dawlatshah Samarqandi mentions. Serenity and elegance and introduces him as a knowledgeable scholar. His mausoleum (pictured above), which lies 2.5 km to the south of Soltaniyeh, Iran, was built in the 16th-century during the reign of Shah Tahmasp I. Item is guaranteed to be authentic. High resolution images are available upon request.
Thank you for viewing my listing. The item "Persian Miniature Painting Mullah, Safavid 17th Drawing Islamic Indian" is in sale since Thursday, October 19, 2017.
This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\India". The seller is "orientalminiatures" and is located in Honolulu, Hawaii. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Age: Pre-1800
- Region of Origin: Middle East
- Primary Material: Paper
- Type: Painting, Scroll & Print
- Original/Reproduction: Antique Original