Португальский юноша глазами иранского художника 17 века
Object Name: Illustrated single work
Date: mid-17th century
Medium: Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper
The arrival of European traders was soon reflected in the art of Safavid Iran. Male dress, poses from oil portraits, and the depiction of architecture and landscapes were all incorporated into traditional Persian paintings. Here the languid, handsome youth popular in many early seventeenth-century albums appears in the type of costume worn by Portuguese visitors to the court.
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