Painting

Military Review with Fath Ali Shah and Abbas Mirza

Military Review with Fath Ali Shah and Abbas Mirza
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Painting, Oil on canvas, 203x415 cm
Origin: Iran, Circa 1815/1816, Qajar Dynasty
Personage: Fath Ali Shah
Source of entry: Provenance: 1928
Theme: History
Exibition: Art and Culture of the Near and Middle East: 3rd - 19th centuries

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History Forum ~ All Empires - History of the break-up of Iran
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NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Abbas Mirza
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