The Cabman was written in Persian by his court historian and biographer, Babul F-cal, between 1590 and 1596, and the V’s partial copy tooth manuscript is thought to have been illustrated between about 1592 and 1595. This is thought to be the earliest illustrated version of the text, and drew upon the expertise of some of the best royal artists of the time Many of these are listed by Babul Faze in the third volume of the text, the Gin-i Kabuki, and some of these names appear in the illustrations, written in red ink beneath the pictures, showing that this was a royal copy made for Kafka himself.
After his death, the manuscript remained in the library Of his son Changer, from Whom it was inherited by Shah Johan. The Drowning of the Chinese Beauty A folio from the Airy-e-Danish (A Book Of Animal Fables) McHugh, Reign of Kafka, 1596-7 Painter: Manikins Size: 24. 8 x 13. 9 CM Brat Kola Banyan, No. 065/22 This startling miniature, one of the finest from the brush of the well-known master Manikins, illustrates the story to the King to Baghdad getting rid of a beautiful Chinese damsel by drowning her in the waters of the Tigris, It was necessary for him to do this in order to overcome his mad infatuation for her so hat he could fulfill the greater need of his distressed subjects who he been badly neglecting. Manikins has captured the dramatic moment when the king himself undertook this terrible task as earlier attempts to eliminate her did not succeed.
Manikins was a prolific painter who worked with Distant, Baseman, and Save, and avidly studied the form and technique of European paintings and engravings coming to the McHugh court. The impact of this exposure is apparent in his later works including this painting& Manikin’s treatment of the pensive looking king, the hapless damsel, the young boatman riding on the mast of the boat or raring and arranging the sails, as well as the careful use Of pigments Of various shades, aptly reveal his superior vision and his praiseworthy technique. Advisable visits the Sage Paid Painter: Dharma Brat Kola Banyan, No. 065/7 King Advisable had a dream one night in which he encountered a sage who instructed him to search for a certain treasure which included the tour-teen precepts of Hushing, The following morning Advisable set off according to directions given in his dream. After traveling for a long time he came to a cave at the foot of the mountain where he met the sage Paid_ Dharma, a seasoned master of Saba’s tsarina’s, has created a surreal composition of rocks with strange shapes and colors as a background against which to set the figures of the sage Paid vita his two young disciples and the visiting king and his retainers.
Dharma worked as portraitist in the Chinning Mama completed in the same year (presently in the Sultana Palace Library, Tehran). The figures Of the sage, his disciples, and the king amply reveal his interest in carefully delineating observed character types. Mourning at Court A folio from the Airy. E. Danish (A Book of Painter: La Brat Kola Banyan, No. 9065/17 All was a major painter of Saba’s tsarina’s who contributed the largest number of miniatures in the Razz Mama, Ramadan, Tariku-i Khan-i Itinerary, Kafka Mama and other imperial manuscripts.
Yet he failed to develop a personal style of his own, This particular court scene does not differ in any manner from similar court scenes in other Kafka period manuscripts Though the drawing is powerful the choice of rather dull and obtuse colors tends to make the painting less remarkable than it might have been. The artist has, however, not failed to make the characters?namely the king, the assembly of courtiers and the men standing in a semi-circle before him?alive and expressive. A King in Court A folio from the Airy-e-Danish (A Book of Painter: Baseman Brat Kaka Banyan, No. 065/3 The Assassin King Answering sent his physician-counselor Bury to collect the animal stories from India which later formed the basis of Inn almanac’s 8th century Arabic Khalid’s WA Dinah and Hussar Visa alkali’s Persian Near- i Usually, The “introduction” relates the story of King Adaptable who wanted to ravel to distant Sarandon, but his viziers would not let him undertake such a long and perilous journey. In this opening miniature, Baseman, one of the most talented and mature painters of Saba’s tsarina’s, has recreated the splendor and glory of the McHugh court in an amazing manner.
ABA” Earl has described him as a master in every part of picture making: designing, drawing, coloring, and portraiture. In this example his deliberate use of jewel-like pigments to depict the brilliant red and blue floral carpets, curtains, thrones, railings, costumes, and paraphernalia is remarkable. At the same time his sympathetic comprehension of human individuality is apparent in the figures of the king, the argumentative viziers, the startled courtiers, the musicians and attendants, and even the restless horse and the grimacing cheetah.
A King while Hunting accidentally shoots a Woodcutter Painter: Sandals Size: 24. 8 x 13,9 CM Brat Kaka Banyan, No. 9065/25 Though Sandals did not possess the innovation of Baseman or Manikins, he was also a keen observer of men and nature. This is apparent in this composition illustrating the story of the King of Yemen who, while on a deer hunt accidentally killed an unwary woodcutter, Sandals has made his men subservient to nature, as the rolling landscape with mauve, yellow, ochre, and blue colored hills and rivers, trees, and plants, and also a distant cityscape, fill almost the whole of this composition.
The king on a majestic blue-colored horse is seen wearing an expression Of helpless despair while the dead woodcutter, a replica of a detail from a European engraving, and the king’s retainers as well as the caparisoned elephant in the background all occupy only the lower half of the composition. Meeting of Prince Maraud and Krause Sultan Detached miniature from the Pads Mama of Bad. Al Humid Lahore McHugh, Reign of Shah Johan, c. 1650 Painter: Fate Chain Size: 27. 3 x 18,4 CM Brat Kola Banyan, No. 403 This painting of Prince Maraud and Krause Sultan, son of Anza Muhammad Khan, the ruler of Balk and Babushka is an illustration from the second volume of Loris’s Pads Mama. The scene is described in Inanity Khan’s Shah Johan Nard, an abridged version Of Lahore and Muhammad Wards’ bulky chronicle, in the following manner, “When Krause Sultan arrived in the vicinity of His Royal Highness’ camp at Scarab, the Prince immediately sent Emir LU-Lazar out o bring him into his presence.
When the Sultan entered the pavilion, the Prince advanced to the edge Of the carpet to embrace him. The painter Fate Chain. Though not as prominent as Abide Baldhead, and Pays, has excelled in his task by vividly depicting the opulence of Shah Khan’s court. Prince Maraud is shown embracing the visiting prince, both standing on a raised platform under a richly embroidered canopy within a pavilion made of delicately designed white Kanata. The courtiers stand in rigid rows arranged in such a manner that one’s focus is effortlessly set on the figures of the princes.
The background with its stark mountains, a large reservoir, and the sprawling encampment of the McHugh army, is treated with unusual and marked realism. Saba’s Adventures with the Elephant Hawaii in 1561 Kafka Hunts Near Lahore and Humid Baker is Punished by Having his Head Shaved and Being Mounted on an Ass The court of young Kafka, age 13, showing his first imperial act: the arrest of an unruly courtier, who was once a favorite of Saba’s father. Illustration from a manuscript of the Cabman Kafka and Tenses, visit Swami Harridans at Virginian, a painting c. 1750