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A SHAYKH AND TWO PUPILS
A PRIVATE COLLECTION DONATED TO BENEFIT THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD
A SHAYKH AND TWO PUPILS

ATTRIBUTED TO REZA QULI SHAMLU, SAFAVID IRAN, 17TH CENTURY

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A SHAYKH AND TWO PUPILS
ATTRIBUTED TO REZA QULI SHAMLU, SAFAVID IRAN, 17TH CENTURY
Ink with coloured wash on paper, a turbanned Shaykh observes his young students, around them a rocky landscape with a curved windswept tree and cusped clouds, attribution in black ink on the left, laid down on later gold and polychrome illuminated floral margins, traces of two seal impressions
Painting 3 1/8 x 4 5/8in. (7.8 x 11.8cm.); folio 7½ x 11in. (18.8 x 28cm.)

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