Yusuf Gives a Royal Banquet in Honor of His Marriage

Persian Miniature Painting: "Yusuf Gives a Royal Banquet in Honor of His Marriage" from the Haft Awrang of Jami made for Soltan Ibrahim Mirza, 1556 to 1565

Yusuf Gives A Royal Banquetin Honor of His Marriage" from the Haft Awrang of Jami made for Soltan Ibrahim Mirza, 1556 to 1565.
Yusuf Gives A Royal Banquetin Honor of His Marriage" from the Haft Awrang of Jami made for Soltan Ibrahim Mirza, 1556 to 1565.
"Yusuf Gives A Royal Banquet in Honor of His Marriage" from the Haft Awrang of Jami made for Soltan Ibrahim Mirza, 1556 to 1565. Simpson, Haft Awrang Page 135 Folio 114b.
I selected this piece for the study because the tile seems very close to the style of Duust Muhammed . I do not think he painted it but it is a question as to why a painting attributed to Mirza Ali should be so close in style to Duust Muhammed .
Yusuf Gives A Royal Banquetin Honor of His Marriage" from the Haft Awrang of Jami made for Soltan Ibrahim Mirza, 1556 to 1565.
For a discussion please see Interlocking Arrow Tile
Yusuf Gives A Royal Banquetin Honor of His Marriage" from the Haft Awrang of Jami made for Soltan Ibrahim Mirza, 1556 to 1565.
For a discussionof the Arrow Tile please see Interlocking Arrow Tile
For a discussionof the Mashrabiyya please see Mashrabiyya
Doost Muhammed was a student of the herati master Bihzad.
Yusuf Gives A Royal Banquetin Honor of His Marriage" from the Haft Awrang of Jami made for Soltan Ibrahim Mirza, 1556 to 1565.
For a discussion of the Mashrabiyya please see Mashrabiyya
Yusuf Gives A Royal Banquetin Honor of His Marriage" from the Haft Awrang of Jami made for Soltan Ibrahim Mirza, 1556 to 1565.

Yusuf Gives A Royal Banquetin Honor of His Marriage" from the Haft Awrang of Jami made for Soltan Ibrahim Mirza, 1556 to 1565.
Yusuf Gives A Royal Banquetin Honor of His Marriage" from the Haft Awrang of Jami made for Soltan Ibrahim Mirza, 1556 to 1565.
This piece is excerpted from Simpson, Marianna Shreve, and Farhad, Massumeh. Sultan Ibrahim Mirza's Haft Awrang, A Princely Manuscript from Sixteenth-Century Iran. Page 98 Folio 38b. for the purposes of non-commercial discussion.