Muhammad Isfahani

Portrait of Nasir al-Din Shah

Portrait of Nasir al-Din Shah
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Author: Muhammad Isfahani
Portraiture, Miniatures, Gouache and gold, 32.5x20.6 cm
Origin: Iran, 1850s
Personage: Nasir al-Din Shah
Source of entry: Museum of the Stieglitz School, 1924

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`Ali Muhammad Isfahani: Information from Answers.com
Ali Muhammad Isfahani ( fl 1870s-1888). Persian potter and tilemaker. Trained as a mason in Isfahan, he probably followed his father's trade and.
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I have informed him of your arrival and he instructs you to leave Baghdad immediately and stay with Siyyid Muhammad Isfahani in Karbila." ...
Baha'u'llah's Surah of God
Among the many inhabitants of the house were two strong partisans of Azal, Sayyid Muhammad Isfahani and Mirza Ahmad Kashani. ...

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