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A STANDING FIGURE

STYLE OF REZA ABBASI, ISFAHAN SCHOOL, IRAN, FIRST HALF 17TH CENTURY

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A STANDING FIGURE
STYLE OF REZA ABBASI, ISFAHAN SCHOOL, IRAN, FIRST HALF 17TH CENTURY
Gouache heightened with gold on paper, a single figure stands wearing gold illuminated purple robe, gold sash, yellow cloak and red turban, one hand holds up the cloak, the other holds a small gold cup, with light gold floral illumination around, laid down between gold and polychrome rules on wide gold speckled borders with coloured palmettes, slight scuffing, mounted, framed and glazed
Miniature 6¾ x 3¼in. (16.7 x 8.4cm.); folio 11 x 7in. (28.2 x 17.7cm.)
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