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The story of Haftvad's daughter
 
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Geneva, Aga Khan Trust for Culture (in index)
 
M. 199 2005.1.164 (in index)
 
21 - The Ashkanians (200 years)
 
The story of Haftvad's daughter
 
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Title of Work:
Shahnama (Shah Tahmasp)
Manuscript:
M. 199 2005.1.164
Accession Number:
2005.1.164 (M. 199)
Scene:
The story of Haftvad's daughter
English Title:
The story of Haftvad and the worm

Dimensions (h x w):
406 x 267 mm
Format:
Full page within borders including text (inscription)
Reconstructed Folio:
521v
Gregorian Date:
1540 (circa)
School:
Safavid
Painter:
Dust Muhammad
Last updated by:
charles
Date last updated:
2017-01-03 11:33
Record Status:
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Public Notes

The only painting in the Shah Tahmasp Shahnama that is signed, by the artist Dust Muhammad. It was inserted into the ms. after the rest of the work was completed.

Exhibited at Musee Rath in Geneva in 1985, reproduced in Falk (ed.), Les tresors de l'Islam, pl. 58.


Editions
Mohl Bertel's Khaleghi- Motlagh Dabir-Siyaqi
Chapter The Ashkanians (200 years) Ashkaniyan (777) Ashkaniyan (717)
First Line 514 514
Break Line Before 515 515
Break Line After 516 516
Last Line 518 518
 
References
Dating Ref:
Dickson, M.B. & Welch, S.C. The Houghton Shahnameh. Fogg Art Museum. Cambridge, Mass.. USA.
Painter Ref:
Signature Signed painting.
Style Ref:
Dickson, M.B. & Welch, S.C. The Houghton Shahnameh. Fogg Art Museum. Cambridge, Mass.. USA.