Miniature of Isfahan School Framed Print
Esfahan school, last great school of Persian miniature painting, at its height in the early 17th century under the patronage of the Safavid ruler Shah Abbas I (died 1629). The Esfahan school’s leading master was Reza Abbasi, who was greatly influenced by the Qazvin school of portraiture, particularly the work of Sadi Beg (flourished late 16th century).
A Persian miniature is a richly detailed miniature painting which depicts religious or mythological themes from the region of the Middle East now known as Iran. The art of miniature painting in Persia flourished from the 13th through the 16th centuries, and continues to this day, with several contemporary artists producing notable Persian miniatures. These delicate, lush paintings are typically visually stunning.
This Museum Quality print delivers a vivid image with maximum color accuracy and exceptional resolution for the standard museums and galleries. For photographers requiring a flat matte surface, Epson Enhanced Matte Paper is the ideal choice. This bright white paper is perfect for images that do not require gloss. It produces highly saturated images, while maintaining excellent highlight and shadow detail.
- Alder, semi-hardwood frame
- Acrylite front protector
- Hanging hardware included
- Gesso coating for rich color and smooth finish
- Printed on Museum quality, thick, matte paper.
- Available in four sizes
Fulfillment time 3 to 6 days + Shipping time