Collections: Items Tagged "Folio"

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On View: Statue of Hori Represented as a Scribe

Fashioned much like a funerary figurine, or shabti, this statuette of a man named Hori features the fastidious braided wig and the loose, fl...

Hiroshige's One Hundred Famous Views of Edo

Hiroshige's 118 woodblock landscape and genre scenes of mid-nineteenth-century Tokyo, is one of the greatest achievements of Japanese art.

    On View: Madonna and Child Enthroned with Angels

    The altarpiece of which this is a direct replica was commissioned from Luini in 1523 for the church of San Magno in the Northern Italian tow...

     
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    Found 17 Items Tagged "Folio"


    Umar, Disguised as Mazmahil the Surgeon, Practices Quackery on the Sorcerers of AntaliFolio of Poetry From the Divan of Sultan Husayn MirzaZumurrud Shah Takes Refuge in the Mountains"Job Lying Under a Tree," Page from an Illustrated Manuscript of the Majma` al-tavarikh (Collection of Chronicles) of Hafiz Abru (d. 1430)Folio from a Gandavyuha ManuscriptFolio from a Gandavyuha ManuscriptIllustrated Manuscript of the Dalail al-Khayrat (The Ways of Edification) of al-JazuliKamoda Ragini, Page from a Dispersed Ragamala SeriesMahasura Attacks the Devi, Folio from a Dispersed Devi Mahatmya SeriesDouble-Sided Folio from a Bhagavata Purana SeriesDouble-Sided Folio from a Bhagavata Purana SeriesDouble Folio from a QuranMiniature PaintingDrunken Son of a Cobbler Mounted on Bahram Gurs Lion, Folio from an Illustrated Shahnama ManuscriptAn Evenings MusicSixty-seven Folios Containing Manuscript and Miniature Paintings, The Story of Khosrow and Shirin and Laila and MajnunIllustrated Title Page from "History of the Kings" (Univan or Unwan from a Shah Namah)
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